Song of the Open Road on Vagabond Journey.comFor many reasons varying from SEO to personal tastes to the advice of the Hobo Traveler, I have considered moving this blog over to Vagabond Journey.com, my main site.This is just an experiment at this point, and I am wondering what you think. I do not really like [...]
For many reasons varying from SEO to personal tastes to the advice of the Hobo Traveler, I have considered moving this blog over to Vagabond Journey.com, my main site.
This is just an experiment at this point, and I am wondering what you think. I do not really like conventional blog templates and I would like to have all of my work on my own host. Please let me know what you think.
Perhaps I am prejudiced a little, but I like the simplistic nature of the new blog layout (there is hardly even a layout), and I think that the navigational directory keeps older posts from getting completely buried.
I intend to keep posting photos, videos, and excerpts on Blogger and linking to the posts on Vagabond Journey.com. So this blog can be used as a navigational tool to move around to the new posts on Vagabond Journey.
Read New Vagabond Journey Travel Blog for more about this idea.
This is only an experiment, so let me know what you think. If it does not work out, I will be putting the bulk of my posts right back on Blogger, as it is a really good service.
To go to the other posts on Vagabond Journey.com go to the Travel Blog Directory.
Or go directly to the posts from here.
Immigrating to the USA– The glory land at the end of the rainbow is a lot of work.
Boat Travel on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala– Working the hustlers of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala.
Hotel Webpages on Hobo Hideout.com– How to live in hotels for free. Panajachel, Guatemala
The Battle of Ahorita– Standing my ground and getting a shower. San Pedro, Guatemala
Free Hotel in Santiago Atitlan– How I stayed for free in Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala
New Travel Blog– Why I am moving away from blogging systems. San Pedro, Guatemala
Please let me know what you think of this. All advice, tips, and ideas are appreciated
About the Author: VBJ
I am the founder and editor of Vagabond Journey. I’ve been traveling the world since 1999, through 90 countries. I am the author of the book, Ghost Cities of China and have written for The Guardian, Forbes, Bloomberg, The Diplomat, the South China Morning Post, and other publications. VBJ has written 3657 posts on Vagabond Journey. Contact the author.
VBJ is currently in: Astoria, New York
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