The results from the Weekly Survey Question: when you read a travel blog, your perference would be to
16% of you would like to read a critique of the location, the food, the amenities etc. The rest of you (84%) would rather a story that takes you on the adventure and offers both a critique and the details of people & things to do.
Thanks for taking the time to answer the weekly survey question. It helps with the Google search results status for “Holiday Heidi”. This time your answers provided insight into what you had in mind when reading a travel blog. Not to worry, I will continue to write as I have been. I enjoy sharing the stories of the adventure ... 'taking you with me', as I say.
I've been asked a few times, 'where are you taking me next'?! Gosh, I'll save the details until then, but I've been lucky to have visited: Dominican, Newfoundland, Spain, Italy, Greece, Croatia, Boston, Montreal, Ottawa, Costa Rica, Cuba, Qatar, The Maritimes (East Coast of Canada), Rochester and most recently Ireland. I have lots of stories for you ... my only limit may be time in amongst working 2-3 jobs necessary to visit my next destination. Be patient and here's hoping it'll be worth the wait.
As far as adventures go, we're still in Newfoundland. I've let you hang at that house party for a few weeks and then surprised you with a post about the "Screech-In" ceremony (complete with video).
My next post will be the one I keep telling you is coming. The post entitled: Newfoundland Rocks will share the stories of my first encounter with a whale, the windy day in the little boats out in the bay and our visit to Twillingate. Plus I'll share the little lessons about pre-departure parties: no matter what time you leave the campfire, you best make sure you catch your return flight home...
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