2014 in review and what’s happening with The Nomads in 2015
Thank you, thank you and here’s one more thank you to all our readers and fans who have continued to read and support our blog, as we endeavour to explore, conserve and discover. And to show you, our readers, just how much we appreciate your readership we have compiled a list of your favourite posts along with our editor’s choices.
In addition we have also compiled a list of posts/ stories and activities you can expect to see and read to be released in 2015. It’s an exciting year to be alive, and with half the decade through we will do our utmost best to keep the rest of it an exciting one. For we here at the Nomadic Existence believe it’s going to be a killer year and decade.
Here’s an excerpt: (from our friends at WordPress stats).
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,600 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 27 trips to carry that many people.
Considering we only launched our site in May last year, it’s not all too shabby a deduction. But 2015 is not going to slow us down, for as it stands we are aiming to increase our travels ten fold in order to satiate your (and our) appetite for traveling.
Editor: One for the campfire
Category: Destination Italy
On this particular post, both our readers and our editor are in agreement.
Category: Fun things to do this Summer in Cape Town
And now, what’s happening with the Nomads in 2015?
Well firstly its about time our Mascot made it’s official introduction, which will be happening very soon, and be rest assured it’s fantastic and we’re confident you’re going to love him/ her.
- Features: the Drakensberg, Route 62 and the Northern Cape.
- 6 More fun things to do this Summer in Cape Town
- Destination Italy: The Familio’s journey through Italy continues onto places such as Verona and Venice.
- A complete guide to living and travelling in Namibia
- The big jump to living and travelling in Europe
So there you have it, a little snippet of what’s been done and what’s to come. So please feel free to contact, comment and if possible add to our repertoire of travel related activities and adventures, with your own if you so choose. We would love to hear about your travel adventures and idea’s.
Yours in travel.
The Nomadic Existence.
By Slippery Joe Lyzard © (Writer for Nomadic Existence)
Photography: Nomadic Bug ©
Nomadic Existence 2015 ©
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