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Okay okay – one more “Best of 2014” post and then I promise I’ll go back to trying to remember to write 2015 when I write a check (when I write a check, which is like never).  Last week, I wrote a series on the top 20 posts of 2014 based on traffic (the posts that were actually visited the most).  I thought it would be good to write a separate series on some “Hidden gems” – posts that I wrote that I thought were good, but didn’t get as much traffic for whatever reason

  • Introduction of the Traveler’s Triangle: the relationship between your flexibility of time and location and the price that you’ll end up paying.



So what do you think – were any of these “hidden gems” or was there a reason that they weren’t as well viewed in the first place? 😀  Feel free to leave your hidden gems for 2014 in the comments.

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