Just arrived in the Pacific region from the Middle East. Still adjusting with the time difference.
Speaking of travel, in this case vacation travel, I usually unplug to set a more relaxing mood. Especially when going to a beach resort or some place outside the hurly burly of the city lights. However, unplugging it is not always applicable. I have to check my mails once in a while. I need to talk to some people over the phone. During those times that I can’t help but go online, I also blog as long as it does not affect the “relaxation” part of my vacation.
I have a small notebook (the one made with paper, not the computer) and a pen (not the stylus) to document my trips and write down anything that pops up at any particular moment.
|My notebook and pen|
Sometimes, I make a travel post while on the road as long as I’m not driving.
|Writing a blog post on the go|
In some cases, I get to blog at places I claim to be my temporary desk.
|My blogging desk at an Air Force Inn somewhere out there|
Or when I get lucky, I have the chance to blog with a view like this right in front of me:
|View of the Alps from our resort room in Garmisch, Germany|
We can write anywhere, wherever, and whenever we want to. We can make a draft or write it on the spot as we pour out our thoughts. And we can write during travel and leisure trips, plugged or unplugged.