Welcome to today's Weekly Travelfeed roundup brought to you by @for91days.


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Three BEST posts of the week

A quick recap - For the weekly round-up, we feature the best 3 posts out of the ones previously featured in the daily topic curation posts in the past week and on top of that 10 honorable mentions that closely did not make it into our resteems last week. The rewards will go to the first three places as follows: 1st place - 3 STEEM, 2nd place - 2 STEEM and 3rd place - 1 STEEM.



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The 1st Place

Udawalawe National Park, we saw so many elephants during our visit!!
written by @steef-05

The next morning we got up early around 4 am. A friend of the owner was doing the tour and arrived ten minutes later with his jeep. All the jeeps that go inside the park are a bit reconstructed. Just check the pictures and you know what I mean.


The 2nd Place

Travel diaries day 3: Swinging on the edge between Georgia and Azerbaijan
written by @ctdots

When you walk around David Gareja monastery, you cannot help your self, but imagine hermits and monks doing their sacred stuff between these narrow passages. The place is so remote that in the whole panorama surrounding you, you cannot see a single sign of civilization. I can easily imagine how one can focus on their devotion and prayers to God in a place like this. It’s just you and whatever you seek within you.


The 3rd Place

2PM Lounge Afternoon Tea at G Hotel Kelawai
written by @wnfdiary

The list of Ronnefeldt teas is brief, but high quality is guaranteed, as these teas are all made from hand-picked tea leaves. This tea producer also follows environmental guidelines. Both these standard are equally important as the final product itself: the tea, being the world’s most popular drink.


We hope you have enjoyed these posts. Please do visit the fellow Steemians’ accounts to learn more about their travels!

Our 10 honourable mentions

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Congratulations to @evildeathcore, @wnfdiary, @slobberchops, @sardrt, @digi-me, @manoldonchev, @wanderwithtwo, @coldsteem, @luzcypher and @vesytz.












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