Travel Blogging is Dying and Bloggers Killed It – Predictions for the Future

Travel blogging is on its way out. There is no doubt about it.

It has been something I've seen coming for quite some time based on my 10+ years in the industry, but now I see that the day is quickly approaching.

While I actually believe the ship is sailing for many blogging niches, travel blogging is going to be among the first to feel it.

Today, I want to dive down into why I think that is with some stark predictions for the future.

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A Guide to Travel in Mexico City – What to See, Do, Eat

The following is a guest post from Claire's Footsteps.

I consider Mexico City to be one of the most underrated places that I have ever visited. The capital is one of the largest cities in the world, with a fascinating history spanning from ancient empires, through the Spanish invasion, to the present-day melting pot that is the heart of all things Mexican.

Yet, many travellers don’t travel in Mexico City due to fears of its safety. While I’m not going to pretend that the city and country are crime-free, most tourists to both have a hassle-free stay, and it is very easy to avoid being a victim of crime here.

I personally lived in Mexico City as a teenager and have re-visited a few times as an adult, and have loved the place a little more every time. So, if you are thinking about visiting Mexico City for the first time, here are my recommendations of things to see and do, as well as where and what to eat. Enjoy!

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9 Animals We Spotted in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda

When you go on a safari in Africa, odds are good you're going to have a favorite spot. That one park that stands out as being leaps and bounds better than the rest.

This is not because the park is actually a better spot, but rather that your experience in the park is the best based on the luck of your itinerary, weather, and chance animal viewings.

In Namibia, ours was Etosha National Park. In Botswana, ours was the Okavango Delta. And on our Uganda safari, ours was Murchison Falls National Park.

While we still did not see the big five (we have never seen a leopard anywhere), we came close, and our animal viewing experience was one of the best we've ever had. Today we wanted to share some of our favorite shots of the beautiful creatures we saw!

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11 Cleveland Breweries to Visit to Grab a Delicious Beer

When we travel, especially in the USA, we love to explore a city via its breweries. When we are able to return many times over to hit them all, even better.

We've been to well over 50 breweries in Pittsburgh (our home), 10 breweries in Cincinnati, and, since we live quite close to Cleveland, have decided to try and visit all of the city's top breweries during our frequent visits as well!

As such, this post is a summary of all of the breweries we've visited to-date, what we like (or dislike) about each, and why you may want to visit for a beer.

So if you're looking for recommendations of breweries in Cleveland, this one is for you!

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