Howdy all. Three exciting updates to share with you all. So far September has been a great month and included several exciting events!
The first of which is that the above photo which I shot in Belize back in December is today’s featured travel photo on BootsnAll Today via WhyGo.com. The photo is one of several shots I’ve taken that have been featured as the photo of the day over the last 6 months or so.
Second, if you’re a regular reader of MSNBC’s Travel Tips section you may have noted a familiar name. I was quoted in last Friday’s article by Christopher Elliott of Elliott.org, “Falling Into A Vacation Deal: Autumn is a perfect time to get away – and save money in the process“. The entire article is well worth a read, however, I’ve included the following excerpt for your immediate review:
Speaking of dollars, off-season getaways can be considerably cheaper.
Where to go? For video blogger Alex Berger, it’s Mexico, Belize and Guatemala. Two weeks’ vacation costs him between $2,000 and $3,000, including airfare. “Traveling during the off-season can be a huge money-saver,” he said. “Off season offers a significantly cheaper option for the budget-conscious. Less hassle and increased room availability, most of the time. Greater access to locals. Better insights into local culture and increased camaraderie among travelers.”
Lastly, as those of you familiar with Oktoberfest are well aware, it’s not only one heck of a party, but a party which actually starts in September! I had the pleasure of spending several days in Munich back in 2007 as part of my 3 month adventure across Europe and weighed in with advice in a recent Savings.com article, “Oktoberfest 2010: A Holiday Worth Saving For“. My advice and suggestions are scattered throughout the article so you’ll have to click on over to see what I had to say.
Eager for more original content? Stay tuned. I’ve got several great blogs in the works which will cover the Norwegian Fjords outside of Bergen and the ancient port city of Copenhagen.
Interested in picking my brain? Feel free to reach out to me via twitter or by e-mail alex [@] virtualwayfarer.com.