Most recent stories in A Thousand Roadtrips
I’ve driven on the Isle of Skye. We hired a Mercedes from Avis Prestige – a lovely car, but I was hoping for a Jag like the previous year – and set off from Fort William to Dunnet Head, the most northerly part of the British mainland. We may have spent a little too long at Eilean Donan, the glorious and much-photographed castle a little further south, and I was contemplating the chances of our arrival at the night’s accommodation before dusk. http://athousandflights.com/skyedriver/
Kerri of Beer and Croissants describes three weeks touring France in a motorhome. Her amazing photographs of quaint villages, chateaux, green countryside, tranquil rivers, and spectacular surf beaches summon up a desire to do the same.
I'm planning a French road trip next year. It will be my fifth, believe it or not, though only a few days; nothing compared to Kerri's epic adventures. Still, there's a lot to be said for pootling along French backroads, stopping in for lunch or coffee when an opportune moment appears. France is full of history, delicious food, great wine, and some wonderful scenery. http://athousandflights.com/french-roaming/
“As you might already know I am back from Bali and unlike our last trip, this time we rented a self-drive car in Bali for just 300000 IDR ( 1450 INR ) per day and went crazy exploring offbeat places in Bali. We were in Bali for 5 days. Over the five days, we did everything we could — chasing waterfalls, stumbling upon lesser known temples, hopping from one beach to other and devouring local food. The trip was quite short but we tried to cover a lot of places in just 4 days and the last day was reserved for a bit of pampering. Since my parents were with me, so we tried to cover all the popular temples possible on our trip. You can skip temples and change your itinerary if you want to.” http://thetalesofatraveler.com/5-days-in-bali-itinerary-self-drive-trip-tips-tricks/