Roads and Kingdoms
For the armchair globetrotter or travel enthusiasts in general, this site offers all-encompassing view of exciting travel destinations throughout the world with bright and vibrant glimpses of the mosaic of culture, people, history, political struggles, food and a refreshing podcast. Speaking of food, this beguiling travelling journal had the inspiring and loveable Anthony Bourdain as the editor-at-large before his tragic suicide. A wonderful cross-pollination of long-form articles, travel guides, and food articles composes this site.
Those interested in knowing the artistic creativity, coupled with historical and aesthetic significance, can surely try out this site. The site not only offers a deep seated look at the past and present, it connects us to the future by suggesting places to travel, restaurants to chow down in, art houses to scroll by, and books to read. It is an online travelling blog that arouses an awakened curiosity from its deep slumber in ignorance. Encouraging to find not only the cultural and creative differences between people and location, it is a stimulating read helping to find what connects us as people in general.
Many of us who are travel geeks never miss a chance to find our inner adventurer. Be it skiing in the Alps or riding a bike in the mountainous regions of the Himalayas, travel brings us to adventure instead of the other way around. We are constantly swamped into a new world where our inner senses clamor for more sightseeing and new adventures, something we never get to explore in a world full of constant workload and pressure. Sidetracked offers the adventurers out there a publication just for them, suiting their needs and wants. With vibrant photography of places untouched by many photographers, it is the perfect map out there for the adventurers.