A new travel puzzle is posted for this week. Follow our daily clues and see if you can solve where Gumbo's visiting.
DrFumblefinger shares some photos he took from his rear window perch while driving through Sri Lanka's central mountainous reigon.
Sophia Armstrong has several suggestions for interesting islands to visit off the Australian coast (sponsored content)
PHeymont visits a relatively small German cathedral, with a wealth of art, both ancient and recent.
Jonathan L takes us to Ferrara to visit a medieval castle and beautiful streets, even in the rain.
PortMoresby has a history of visits to this garden during more than half its 124 years, since the mid 1950's, and for her it never grows old.
This is all the clue there is: Is it enough for you to name the scene of a future TravelGumbo blog? Email answers by Monday midnight to TGsuggestions@gmail.com.
Travel Rob shares his visit to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida
On their continual quest to visit all the 50 US State capitols, Samantha and Gene visited Atlanta while in Georgia and toured their state capitol.
Museums that tell the story of ordinary people against a background of world events are among PHeymont's favorites, including this one in Edinburgh.
Here's the start of this week's travel puzzle. Follow the new clues each day and see if you can find the answer before it's revealed next Monday!
Touring the many ancient churches of North Yorkshire reveals a colourful history often spanning many era's. Some date to Anglo-Saxon and Viking times and still exhibit these features - these artefacts are either stored within the church, or sometimes incorporated into the building itself, set into walls or mounted in the grounds. These images show some churches and surrounding historic buildings with early heritage, most rebuilt on ancient sites with hints of their dim and distant past.
Gumbo was found at this beautiful mansion in Tokyo, Japan
Jonathan L takes us on a tour of Dozza, Italy. Home to a biennial art festival and a medieval castle
PortMoresby has a good look at the de Young Museum's most recent incarnation in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.