#MustSeePlaces Linky: February 2020


MustSeePlaces Linky

Welcome to the latest #MustSeePlaces linky. Many thanks to everyone who linked up their travel posts last month. Before sharing my favourite posts, the #MustSeePlaces linky has now reopened and will run for four weeks. Please do link your latest travel posts, and pop back occasionally to read the posts that other travel bloggers have linked up.

Favourite posts from the last #MustSeePlaces linky

Smudged Postcard took a family roadtrip from England to Italy. It details the entire journey, with lots of valuable tips to make an epic road trip run smoothly.

MustSeePlaces linky
“A European road trip with kids is quite an education. We travelled through the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Italy, Austria and Germany. That’s a lot of languages, flags, cuisines, cultures and history to be introduced to. We crossed bridges, explored historic cities, shopped in local markets, slept in a variety of farms, hostels, campsites and hotels. We drove over mountain passes, swam in lakes, rivers, the sea and countless swimming pools. We spent days hiking, climbing and cycling and met some very interesting and hospitable people along the way.” Smudged Postcard

Are we nearly there yet? poses the question “Is the Blue Lagoon in Iceland suitable for children”? Having been there with my children, I know the answer already, and it’s a truly amazing place to visit. But it did smell of rotten eggs when I went!

MustSeePlaces linky
“I was also surprised to find that the Blue Lagoon didn’t smell unpleasant, although the kids did make a beeline for the geothermal waterfall at one point and made a quick retreat when they realised it smelled of eggs.” Are we nearly there yet?

Ladies What Travel discuss 12 of the best places to visit in January. Tromsø in Norway caught my eye, because I’ve still not seen the Northern Lights, and I’ve travelled all over the world looking for them! Tromsø is a great place to visit to see them.

MustSeePlaces linky
“Tromsø is home the Northern Lights Festival in January – 11 days of events and music in celebration of the natural phenomenon, making it to the perfect time to plan your visit.” Ladies What Travel 

I’m really looking forward to reading your posts next month. Show us your #MustSeePlaces …

The #MustSeePlaces linky remains open until 2 March 2020. If you have visited a destination that left you awestruck, and have written a travel post about it, please do add your posts to #MustSeePlaces. Also, take a few minutes to read some other posts and leave some comments as we all enjoying receiving them.

Join our #MustSeePlaces Linky

Add the link of your travel related posts below and, if you like, tweet us a link to it using the hashtag #MustSeePlaces

Have a read of some of the other posts too – you might find inspiration for your next getaway or adventure

Make sure to come back and visit later in the month, the linky will stay open until the next #MustSeePlaces post

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter


Tracey is the Content Editor for Flea Enterprises. She also blogs at PackThePJs. Tracey writes mainly about family travel; from days out to road trips with her pet dogs, to cruises and long-haul tropical destinations. Her family consists of her husband Huw, a medical writer, Millie-Mae (13), Toby (11) and Izzy and Jack the spaniels.

Leave A Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

So You Know...

As you've likely heard and seen, there's an increasing focus on the authenticity of follower growth and engagement on social platforms across the Influencer Marketing community. The platforms themselves have taken measures to deter inauthentic activity and brands now more closely scrutinise the audiences of the influencers with whom they are partnering.

The Flea Network has implemented a system that will detect abnormal spikes in following and engagement, and flag these properties. Of course, such spikes can often be attributed to viral posts or high-profile brands that bring greater exposure to some content.

If one of your social accounts is flagged by our system without an obvious reason, we may reach out to you for assistance in understanding it. If we find any influencer has artificially inflated their audience size or engagement using paid acquisition or automated, third-party tools, we will remove them permanently from our influencer community.

Feel free to reach out to us at bloggers@fleaenterprises.com with any questions or comments.

Thank you!

The Flea Network Team

Got it!