Travel Newsletter - 3 July, 2020
Nomadic Notes monthly update, the Falklands, hiking the Dolomites, haunted hotel rooms, Barcelona from above.
A weekly newsletter of great travel reads and news by James Clark from Nomadic Notes.
Hello from Ninh Binh, Vietnam. I’ve been meaning to visit here for years, so with my travels limited to Vietnam I finally got here. Check my Instagram (below) for updates, and I will write about it soon.
This week I posted my monthly round up, and here are the best travel reads I found online.
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“With new tech like robot janitors, thermal cameras, and health passports at their disposal, the world's flight hubs—and air travel as we know it—will never be the same.”
Assorted travel reads
“Once a distant outpost of the British Empire, the islands have become a global crossroads. In the season of the coronavirus, the intimate communities may evolve yet again.”
“With their colossal limestone walls and gloriously green valleys, Italy’s Dolomites are home to some of the world’s most majestic scenery — and mountain huts called rifugios make it all the more accessible.”
“How did the city of elegant classicism give birth to an explosive modernism, threatening to destroy its very traditions?”
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