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38 Responses to Stay in Touch

  1. [...] of somebody really interesting in the travel universe that you’d like to see interviewed? Speak up! The Thursday Traveler needs some interview [...]

  2. [...] know of somebody really interesting in the travel universe that you’d like to see interviewed? Speak up! The Thursday Traveler needs some interview [...]

  3. Jimmy says:

    Hi, inviting you to join our team at http://www.backpackingtravelpages.com Hope to speak to you soon! Jimmy

  4. Danial Shah says:

    Hey Amanda,

    This is Danial Shah from http://www.iExplorePakistan.com
    I am a travel photographer and travel blogger and currently blogging about my journeys in Pakistan.
    I just checked that you share travelers stories on your blog featured as “Thursday Traveler”.
    I would like if you can feature my interview at your blog :)

    Looking forward to hear from you soon

    have a good day!

    regards,
    Danial Shah

    • DangerousBiz says:

      Wow, your blog looks awesome! And Pakistan certainly isn’t a destination you read about everyday! I would love to feature you as a Thursday Traveler. I’ll send you an e-mail straight away.

  5. Kelly says:

    Hello Amanda,

    I came across your blog and have enjoyed it. I really like your article on Secrets to Writing a Travel Blog When Your Not Traveling. Right now I am in Phoenix with my husband, but for four years we sailed the world on our 35 foot boat. We returned from our voyage in 2009. I was wondering if you would consider our travel experiences for a Thursday Traveler Interview.

    To see if we are worthy of your blog, this is a link to our website, http://www.SailingTheWaterhouse.com

    Thank you and Happy Holidays.


    Kelly Waterhouse

  6. Zoe says:

    Hi

    I read your blog quite a lot and I which camera you recommend.

    quite a lot of reviews an it has been reported as a poor low light camera. This is quite important for me as I want to take pictures of the Harbin Ice Festival next year. Have you had any problems takeing photos in low light?

    Thank you for your time

    • DangerousBiz says:

      Hi Zoe,

      Obviously camera buying is all about personal preference. The Canon I have right now is a great little point-and-shoot, but, being a point-and-shoot, it does suffer in low-light situations, like many other similar cameras. If you want to do serious photography, you may have to consider spending a bit more! I just purchased an Olympus E-PM1, which is kind of in between a point-and-shoot and a DSLR (it has a similar sensor to an SLR, and has interchangeable lenses). You get what you pay for, basically!

  7. ellen bennet says:

    Are you still doing blogger interviews? You should check out Ready-Set-Jet http://www.ready-set-jet.com. Just read about the founder on HSBC’s blog…she seems like a good fit for your Thursdays! Great site, always browsing >.< !!

  8. HI Amanda,

    We’re traveling around the world for a year, blogging and writing for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Since one half of us is a native Buckeye (Cleveland Rocks!) we thought you might be interested in asking us questions for your “Thursday Traveler.”

    Cheers!

    Larissa and Michael
    Changes In Longitude recently posted..Damn that’s good sheep intestine

  9. Hi Amanda,

    I would be honored to be featured on your Thursday Traveler, as you may know I am headed out to begin my life as a permanent traveler on July 15th 2012 and will be spending 5-6 months in Europe before I (mostlikely) will be heading to South Korea to teach English for a year to build up my savings and then begin traveling again.

    Your one of my travel blogging mentors and I can’t wait to meet in person at TBEX! Keep up the great work cause I’m loving it!

    Thanks,
    Heather
    Heathers Harmony recently posted..Russian Street Markets vs. American Grocery Stores

    • DangerousBiz says:

      Hey Heather! I only have time for a quick reply here, so if I forget to e-mail you the questions later, shoot me an e-mail or a DM on Twitter so I remember!

  10. Stuart says:

    Hello,
    Regarding dangerous-business.com
    I am emailing to see if you have any advertising opportunities currently. I am looking to promote a car insurance comparison site that is about to relaunch next month. If you could send me details of any text link placements you can offer along with pricing information, I can make an immediate decision and pay by Paypal today. Ideally we would be looking for a link within a sentence of text, placed on your homepage only.

    Thanks,
    Stuart

  11. Hi Amanda,

    I just sent you an email about you Thursday Traveler interviews. Hope you get a chance to read it!

    Speak soon

    Jmayel

  12. Mark Wibe says:

    Hello Amanda,

    I’ve been enjoying your wonderful blog, and I was wondering if you would be willing to establish a reciprocal link between it and my own travel blog, “Toot’n Towns USA.” Regrettably my blog doesn’t venture outside the U.S., but it does try to highlight American small towns that are overlooked as travel destinations, using articles written by the people who live or have traveled there.

    I welcome any comments you may have about the blog, and I look forward to continuing to explore “A Dangerous Business!”

    Sincerely,
    Mark
    Mark Wibe recently posted..Barnsley Gardens and the Pursuit of Relaxation in Adairsville, Georgia

  13. Caro says:

    Hi Amanda

    I am really interested to learn who or how you constructed your website? Is this something both designed, created and maintain yourself or did you employ someone to design the template for you? I’m keen to start something myself but there are so many options out there from WordPress’ basic templates to Weebly, etc. This however seems very custom.

    Any tips or advice would be appreciated.

    Caro

    • DangerousBiz says:

      Hey Caro! I take care of my site myself (it’s self-hosted with WordPress installed on it), but I use a framework theme called Pagelines, which allows a lot of customization – which it why it looks “very custom” I suppose! It’s all drag-and-drop, though, so it doesn’t take a lot of design know-how on my part (though I do all my graphics/photos myself). Before this I was just using a free WordPress theme, but I switched over to Pagelines at the end of the summer!

  14. Rachel says:

    On your bucket list it said you hunted vampires in Romania.. Can you really do that? I don’t believe in vmapires, but that is still so cool. Plus it would be so much fun or at least it seams like it would be.

    • DangerousBiz says:

      Haha, you can’t *actually* do it… it’s on there are kind of a silly thing! I did travel around in Transylvania and Wallachia, where the Dracula myth was supposed to come from.

  15. [...] know of somebody really interesting in the travel universe that you’d like to see interviewed? Speak up! The Thursday Traveler needs some interview [...]

  16. [...] know of somebody really interesting in the travel universe that you’d like to see interviewed? Speak up! The Thursday Traveler needs some interview [...]

  17. Kim says:

    Hey Amanda

    Are you still doing Thursday Traveler interviews? I have a blog I started over a year ago and have backpacked through Europe for three months as well as taking trips when I can to other countries since I have been back to work. I just got back from a two week trip I took to Dublin, Paris and Rome with my nieces.

    Kim
    Kim recently posted..Dublin = Fun Times in Ireland

    • DangerousBiz says:

      Hey Kim! I AM still doing interviews, though they’ve been sort of put on hold while I’ve been traveling. I hope to start them up again soon! Shoot me an e-mail if you’d like to participate in the future.

  18. Found you on my twitter feed, and now am here on your site. Will email you for some suggestions/working together to help further advertise and get the word out about our wonderful company, http://www.Archaeologous.com that does ‘private’ guided day tours and multi day tours in both Greece and Turkey. I like your energy, tenacity, creativity. So as we say in Greece, ‘tha dhuma’ we’ll see.

  19. Hey! Have been following your blog for quite some time now and I absolutely love it! Would be honored to be featured on Thursday Traveler interviews! Let me know! I have just gotten back from Hawaii and Chicago, and would love to talk about Israel and Greece! Let me know! :)
    Jessica @ A Passion and A Passport recently posted..Masada: The Hike Down on the Never Ending Snake Path

  20. Daniel says:

    Awesome travels so far! You’ve made quite the mark on the world map! I’m impressed and a bit envious at the same time. You are obviously well traveled, so I’d like to run our adventure plans by you:

    Arrive in Sofia, Bulgaria, then to:
    Plovidiv, Bulgaria
    Brasov, Romania
    Chisinau, Moldova
    Yalta, Ukraine
    Krasnodar, Russia
    and finally Sochi, Russia for the Sochi Winter Olympics!!

    So there is obviously a lot going on, but what in Bulgaria, Romania, etc. do you most recommend?? These are the main cities we are planing on hitting, but we may have some wiggle room. THANK YOU!! Keep up the good travels!

    • DangerousBiz says:

      Ahhh the Olympics! How awesome! It sounds like a great adventure.

      I can’t say anything about Moldova or the Ukraine, unfortunately. But in Sofia definitely visit Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, and perhaps even the Archaeological Museum (I found it really interesting). Plovdiv is great (so pretty, and so much Roman history there!), and Brasov is also wonderful. In Brasov, skip Bran Castle (or, if you really want to go, at least make sure to also visit Rasnov Fortress, which I thought was way better!). If you can squeeze in another stop in Romania, definitely go to Sighisoara!

  21. Miriam Zaki says:

    Hi Amanda!

    I just sent you an email regarding an interview, hope you can get back to me soon!

    Thanks,

    Miriam Zaki

  22. Stephanie says:

    I really enjoyed your travel blog. Well done!! Very attractive site and content. If you get a chance, check mine out. It’s new! :)
    Stephanie recently posted..10 Travel Photography Tips Worth Knowing

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