On this episode of the Travel Diaries, we visit SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. Come with me as we explore unique accommodations, the famous “Seattle Sound,” Pike Place Market, Coffee, and the booming Seattle technology scene. #travel #seattle
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THE TRAVEL DIARIES – A SOCIAL PANTS EXPERIMENT
Welcome to The Social Pants Experiment. This season, “The Travel Diaries.”
Last year, I spent my time on daily Vlogs. What did I learn? My Travel Videos were well received. So, this year (2019) I’m focusing on fewer videos with greater depth of content.
And, specifically, focused on my extensive travels around the globe.
The term “Travel Vlogger” gets thrown around a lot these days. It’s a standard on YouTube. Consistently trending on Instagram, and can be confusing for those seeking a taste of reality. Let’s change that right now!
I write for fun. I travel out of necessity. And, this year- these are my travel diaries. I hope you enjoy.
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