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It’s come to the end of a very exciting year in travel at the BudgetTraveller
Between me and my team of trusted contributors, we’ve covered over 19 destinations this year on the BudgetTraveller and sister blog Europebudgetguide.com
Berlin, Paris, Costa Brava, Bologna/Rimini, Florence, Barcelona, Dordogne, Lisbon, Oslo, London, Granada, La Rochelle/Ile de Re, Antalya, Rotterdam, Krakow, Gdansk, Ystad/Malmo and Kolkata – wow some amazing memories there.
Next year I am already in planning mode and have a whole raft of exciting trip and project ideas in store.
However, as the readers of my blog, you are in the driving seat.
The blog is not just about my travel aspirations but more about discovering, sharing and inspiring your travels.
So please accept my invitation of completing the first ever annual BudgetTraveller survey.
Please click on the link here or just go to
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QRMY8BN [ Copy and paste in your browser ]
10 minutes max to fill out.
Please feel free to share this and forward to your friends-more responses, the better!
Deadline for completing the survey is Friday, 13th January 2012.
As a special thank you to all those taking the effort to filling out the survey, you have the option of being entered into a prize draw to win 1 of 4 New York City-Pick Guides!
Just leave your contact details at the end of the survey.
Winners of the New York City-Pick Guides will be announced on Monday 16th January, 2012.
Oxygen Books’ acclaimed city-pick series is a new kind of travel guide featuring some of the best-ever writing on favourite world cities from Berlin, Paris and London to Venice, Amsterdam and Dublin.
Their latest title, city-pick New York, has over sixty dazzling writers on the most happening city in the world including Tom Wolfe, Scott Fitzgerald, Alistair Cooke and Jan Morris.
It’s already been called ‘excellent’ by The Guardian and ‘remarkable’ by the Sydney Morning Herald.
Big thank you to Malcolm Burgess for the kind donation of the guides for the survey.