Saturday, May 08, 2010

music & world travel

Each traveler experiences the world in different ways -- through sight, sound, color, rhythm of language, angle of light, conversation, time, architecture -- and of course, music, as well as all sorts of other things. Music, light, language, and history are what we focus on most often here along the music road, and most often in Celtic lands. You’re reading, though, from all around the world, areas as different as Iceland and Kenya, Belfast and Bangkok, Chinatown in San Franciso and Shanghai in China. You travel the world too, through music and through geographic journeys.

You may have noticed over there on the right hand side of the page, there’s a logo telling you that Music Road is a featured blogger on Lonely Planet. You’ll find the voices and views of this group of travelers, of course, featured on individual destination pages at Lonely Planet.

Another way to explore the varied interests and wide ranging locations of this select group of travelers is to visit World Travel where you may view a changing rotation of stories from these travelers and writers and photographers from all parts of the world. Explore and enjoy.

you may also wish to see
Music Road: Road Trip Music in Virginia

Music Road: Irish music, Irish landscape

Music Road: Songs of Homecoming, to Scotland and other places

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for pointing this out. I love reading about travel (mostly because it lets me pretend I am there!)

8:10 AM  

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