The travel blogging industry has been growing for sometime now and this infographic shows some statistics on travel blogs. If you are thinking about starting a travel blog you have to first make sure you can handle all of the work of a blog. You also need to be able to work while on the go and capture everything on camera. Travel blogs are fun but there is a lot of planning and logistical work that must be done.
Infographic Design: B
I like the color scheme and images that are used in the infographic. The layout is go and using the different sections helps to break up the information.
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The information is helpful and those who are looking to get into travel blogging will find this a good resource.
The last time I went to talk to the owners of the LHC (Large Hadron Collider), they acted like they’d never seen anybody who was trapped in the wrong timeline before.
They said something about “Mental Health”, and authorities. Then they tried to keep me there, which was not going to work out for me, I needed to hurry and get back to my own timeline before my great-grandmother could catch up with me.
I don’t know why I always get into these situations, about every third or fourth time I take a temporal vacation, there’s something hitting the rotary oscillator. I can’t afford to pay for the Temporal Stabilization Service that is offered at some of the more legitimate travel agencies.
At this point, I think that I am just going to build one from scratch, I’m tired of trying to use these primitive Particle Accelerators to try to activate my return card.
The only problem is, the legality of unregulated privately owned wormholes, and the self destructive feedback loop.
Simply put, it’s illegal to make a wormhole for yourself, unless you’re rich enough to afford the insurance, and can deal with the Paradox Regulation Administration (PRA).
Paradox Insurance and Radiation Mitigation are the worst expenses, especially when compared to the relatively inexpensive commercial services.
I have all the parts I need now, well except the Radiation Mitigation tools, hopefully this thing won’t consume the Solar System if it explodes.
That’ll teach them to make safety components so expensive.
Festivals are a great way to experience the unique culture of a destination. Here at Flight Centre, we’ve put together this festival guide to spotlight what’s going on around the world in February. Maybe you might like to consider arranging your travels so that you’re visiting a city when the locals are hosting a fantastic festival such as the Carnival in Venice, Igloofest in Montreal or the Organic River Festival in New Zealand. Alternatively, celebrate diversity at the Sydney Mardi Gras, party at the Rio Carnival or enjoy the cinematic gems at FESPACO in Burkina Faso.
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The design for this infographic is just boring and a little too simple. Could there not have been a more creative way to showcase some of the world’s best festivals. There are no pictures no history just where and when the festivals take place.
Infographic Information: C
I don’t feel really fair giving the information a grade, mainly because there is not much information. The opening paragraph explained a little about festivals but I would have appreciated some more in depth information about each festival.
He leaped from the highest bridge to the tallest building and when Earth seemed too small to contain the BASE jumping ambitions of Felix Baumgartner, he looked to space instead. This 43-year-old former soldier from Austria is always chasing the ultimate experience, going higher and faster than anyone before him. Overcoming fear and facing the unknown, Felix Baumgartner is the man who fell to Earth. Here’s a look at the career highlights of one of the world’s greatest thrill seekers.
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THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH
Outdoor World Direct, leading supplier of outdoor gear and sporting goods, are celebrating the greatest freefalls of Austrian BASE jumper Felix Baumgartner with a dynamic infographic entitled Born To Fly.
Trace the career of former soldier Baumgartner with the help of Outdoor World Direct’s original graphic illustration and learn how the thrill seeker advanced from the world’s lowest BASE jump in Rio de Janeiro to a leap from the stratosphere.
Combining a timeline with details of Baumgartner’s desire to go higher and faster than any man before him, Born To Fly, gives you everything you need to know about the world’s greatest BASE jumper.
Felix Baumgartner shocked the world and smashed multiple world records, including the highest and the fastest freefall, when he became a supersonic skydiver in October 2012 leaping from 120,000 feet.
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