A miscellaneous travel links page gives us a place for sites that we can't pin on a map.
Do you do that after your trips?
Put pins in maps?
These sites may have some tips on general travel topics that don't fit into geographic travel links.
We feel that these sites contain something of value that you might find useful or interesting, even if they aren't mainly focused on travel per se.
Some may offer viewpoints that differ from ours.
We offer them here because travel tips of all kinds are worth checking out.... just in case we haven't given you enough!
At Readers’ Nudge find out about the books Chris has written to help reluctant readers.
What does that have to do with travel?
Well, Tooten (a funny little dog) and Ter (and curious 13 year old) travel around the US getting into trouble and solving mysteries.
Getting kids to love reading by reading about travel. We think that’s great! Find our link to Chris on Multigenerational Vacations.
Mi Pueblo Natal - My Home Town
gives home sick people who have moved far from home a place to write
and read about their home town. Find them where we let you share your travel stories.
Pages are in Spanish and English.
Mi pueblo natal te invita a que conoscas lugares extranos y asi los podras poner en tu lista de lugares para pasar buenas vacaciones. Espero que te guste viajar. Solo asi los podras descubrir.
Professional Secretarial Services.com? Again... What does this have to do with travel? Well... it's a site which gives you information and tools on how to organize travel.
There are also tips on translating business letters to different languages, as well as online services and subjects interesting to the secretary or business traveler. Business travel, not hobbies for travel, but that's where you'll find more about them.
Still didn't find what you wanted? Well, our miscellaneous travel links were pretty... well, miscellaneous!
We suggest you scan the navigation bar on the left...
We've got lots of information scattered on hundreds of pages.
You can use the custom search in the right column... that can take you to a page on Mousetours that might be able to help you find the information you need.