Our blog is called Monkey’s Tale. We have both enjoyed international travel for many years and for the past 16 years have been traveling together.
In 2017 we decided that life is too short, so we decided to travel full-time through South Asia for 20 months.
As with many travel bloggers, we started Monkey’s Tale to share our adventures and pictures with family and friends. The longer we traveled the more we realized that we were gaining valuable information that other travelers could use.
We are now beginning to include helpful tips for others traveling to these interesting destinations on our blog.
We are the regular people who quit their once adventurous lifestyle to settle down in Europe with steady eight-to-four jobs. We want to change the myth that quitting your “boring” job to travel will improve your life. In most cases, it won’t.
Traveling does not require giving up your lifestyle, job, and family. And it’s not true you cannot afford it unless you have a CEO salary. Believe us, if we can afford it, so can you.
Looking for some help or inspiration? Check our ready-to-use travel itineraries and plan your trip in no time.
” No harm’s done to history by making it something someone would want to read. ”
The History Honey is a history, literature and travel blog that explores all things vintage, historical, mythical, or travel related in nature. I personally have a slight obsession with knowledge and learning, and have always been fascinated with the history of our world.
I see the things that have happened in the past as the building blocks of our future and believe that it is important to preserve that legacy. I have also always had a love for writing as a way to express myself. An introvert by nature, writing always came more naturally to me than speaking when it came to all of the thoughts bouncing around in my head.
I started this blog as way to share my knowledge and passion with others and start as new career path in my life. I also want to service those out there in need of assistance with their own history or travel based businesses, such as museums, magazine articles, or research projects. So if any of this sounds like it is up your alley, I would love to have you join me on my journey of self- discovery and learning, as I am going to some pretty cool places to learn some amazing things. 😉
My blog Manja Mexi Movie is already my third. I started out four years ago without any plan or many expectations. It was obvious that I was getting a bit lonesome in the middle of rural Tuscany with amore who works long hours and the dog whom we call bestia.
The last straw to do something like starting a blog came when I got upset because my family and friends back home in Slovenia, to whom I kept sending photos from around here, didn’t respond to my mails at all or rarely. Obviously I needed a larger audience if I was to get any feedback.
I simply started to write and post photos, and looking back now I cannot believe how much personal information I shared willingly. Sometimes it makes me cringe but not enough to delete anything. I leave both my previous blogs as they were, for anybody who might find them as well as for me to look back and reminisce.
When the first blog was full, I simply started another and then another. The accent is on photography with more or less entertaining or merely informative captions, but sometimes I also burst out writing – always non-fiction, I cannot invent – most recently even poetry. Sometimes I translate poetry or songs, since this is my profession. Sometimes I post quotations.
My posts can be about present goings-on or a past trip to any of the little towns of Tuscany, to Rome or Slovenia where I return twice a year. These are my playgrounds.
Oh, and every four months or so I post flash film reviews. There is Movie in my blog name after all. And I’ve almost forgot: on Thursdays I and about 40 other enthusiasts worldwide post photos of doors. Welcome to join us or just come and have a look if you like doors, and who doesn’t.
Everybody welcome, especially those who like their lives a bit quirky, a bit out of the way and fully unapologetic. And who don’t do it for the money.
My blog is about a full-time student still making traveling possible. This blog is mostly me venturing, taking pictures, and then writing about my days abroad, travel tips, and-of course-local cuisines. I’ve seen a small part of the World, and am currently on an ongoing process to see the rest of it.
I started my blog to trace my footsteps, see where I’ve been and which destinations I’ve crossed my bucket list. However, along the journey, I have also discovered my love for writing and other amazing bloggers, which motivated me to keep posting!