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Travel Blogging Conference Lessons, Video from TBU Umbria

Posted on September 3rd, by Peter Parkorr in Italy, Video Adventures. 6 comments
Anticipating the upcoming travel blogging conference, TBU Porto, I’ve made a short video from clips of the previous TBU conference in Umbria. Featuring lots of your favourite travel bloggers, the footage quality varies, but it might still bring a smile to your face. Enjoy, and I look forward to meeting you soon in Porto!  See also, the post on a similar theme from The Jaunting Kerrs.…

Beautiful, Resplendent Assisi: City Of Peace

Posted on August 19th, by Peter Parkorr in Italy, Travel Tales. 9 comments
Or, Don’t Judge a Holiday Destination by its Cover Story.When I decided to travel to the City of Peace, I didn’t know it was one of the top 5 tourist destinations in Italy. I didn’t know it was the place that Saint Francis (San Francesco) had earned his charitable reputation, and I didn’t know that many people arrive on foot, at the end of a pilgrimage.…

Great places to see before you die

Posted on August 16th, by Peter Parkorr in Categories, Travel Tales. No Comments
A list of great places to see before you die, from me, because these are all places I’ve seen and things I’ve done! While progress on TravelUnmasked is slow and steady, my whereabouts in the world has been anything but. In the last few months (and years) I have travelled a lot, and blogged very little. But this does mean that I have hundreds of great photo’s and loads of great stories from the mix of places I’ve been.…

A Windy Experience – Climbing Mount Etna

Posted on June 26th, by Peter Parkorr in Picture Perfect, Sicily. 1 Comment
In late April this year, I took a day trip to Mount Etna. It was kindly gifted to me by the owners of Ostello Del Plebiscito in Catania, as i’d been working for them the previous couple of months in exchange for a bed. The trip was with EtnaExperience who are the guide group of choice for most visitors to the mountain.…