Travel Newsletter: 8 October 2021
Yemen's ancient, soaring skyscraper cities, how Matera left its dark days behind, and the only tourist in the entire country.
Greetings from Budva in Montenegro, where in the space of a week we have gone from glorious Mediterranean blues to off-season grey. I’ve been moving around a lot this week so there are no new blog posts. I have a backlog of writing for when I slow down next week.
Here are this week’s interesting travel reads from around the web.
COVID-19 and travel
Some more news and links regarding the gradual reopening of Southeast Asia…
Assorted travel reads
“After 18 months of pandemic parenting isolation, the writer Jon Mooallem knew just where the cure might lie: a minor-league baseball game in eastern Washington.”
This ode to street food in Saigon has me missing Vietnamese food something bad.
“Customers find excruciatingly long wait times; ‘By hour seven I was questioning my entire existence’.”
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The Nomadic Notes Travel Newsletter is a weekly newsletter of the best travel reads and interesting travel news from around the web, and random ramblings by the editor.
- James Clark