Other travel sites

This is a small collection of sites I've put together which I like to read.


Darren Cronians excellent site offering consumer opinions

Travel Rants Blog


Interesting destination information and regular travel blog carnivals.

Around the world in 80 clicks

Information packed travel website with some excellent imagery

Travel Blissful

Very well laid out side with info from various destinations around the world  


Nomadic Matt

Well put together site featuring travel tips and information


The TravelZine is an excellent community and wealth of knowledge hosted by YahooGroups!

Pauls Place

Paul is a long time friend and fellow eclipse chaser

Recent posts

Rome - 14 things not to miss My personal advise on what to do and see in Rome
Mt Egmont and King Edward Park Mt Egmont seen from the King Edward Park playing fields in Stratford
Stratford Glockenspiel The Stratford Glockenspeil in Taranaki
The Antelope - the dog friendly pub The Antelope - your local, dog friendly, beer friendly pub
Ancient Rome - 8 must see highlights Must see ancient monuments around Rome
Antwerp - de Kathedraal Historical information about the gothic Antwerp Cathedral
Antwerp - what to do, see, stay and eat What to see, where to stay and eat in historic Antwerp
Austria - recommended places to stay Recommended hotels in Vienna, Salzburg and Bregenz

Further reading

Frequently Asked Questions - Marks Travel Notes - Frequently Asked Questions

About Mark Sukhija - Information about MarksTravelNotes.com - a travel blog

Contact Mark - Contact Mark Sukhija

Disclosure policy - Disclosure policy of MarksTravelNotes.com

Privacy and cookie statement - Privacy and cookie statement for MarksTravelNotes.com

Quick facts about Mark Sukhija - Background information about this sites webmaster

About Mark Sukhija

Mark Sukhija is a travel and wine blogger, photographer, tourism researcher, hat-touting, white-shirt-wearing, New Zealand fantatic and eclipse chaser. Aside from at least annual visits to New Zealand, Mark has seen eclipses in South Australia (2002), Libya (2006), China (2009) and Queensland (2012). After twelve years in Switzerland, Mark moved back to London in 2012. You can follow Mark on Twitter or Facebook