The annual Dutch travel event Vakantiebeurs opened to the public today. As a trade visitor, I had the chance to visit the event a day early. I returned home inspired and with a head full of new ideas.
Ever since moving here a couple of months ago, I’ve had plenty of time to get settled into my new home. It’s about time I added some finishing touches. I love having my favourite travel photos on the walls. That way, they form a daily reminder of my best moments on the road. The only thing that was still missing, was one of my panoramic photos. Thankfully, I was able to do another test for Saal Digital. Just like when I tested their photo book, I received a discount in exchange for an honest review. There is only so much that can be said about this, so I suppose I’ll let the pictures do the talking.
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This time of the year, when friends, relatives and colleagues go on holiday, I tend to get struck by nostalgia and develop a feeling of homesickness for all the places I’ve travelled to. The main reason for this is that I don’t usually go on holiday during the summer, and I haven’t planned my next trip yet. An easy way to make sure these feelings don’t turn into a bad case of the travel blues, is to keep myself busy with things involving my most recent trip, like writing a blog post or making a photo book. So when Saal Digital offered a free photo book in exchange for an honest review, I immediately signed up. The book arrived on Wednesday and I can honestly say I’m impressed and I’m not even saying that because I got a free book.