Weird & wonderful places to stay

2014-01-28 13:24
Haunted hotel rooms, rickety tree houses, tepees under the Northern Lights, luxury airstream trailers and icy igloos - the world is full of wacky accommodation just waiting to be discovered.

In today's #TTOT, the Twitter Travel community discussed some of the strange and wonderful places they have spent the night during their journeys. 

We'd love to hear about your quirky overnight experiences! Tell us about it in the comment section below, send us your story to, tweet us at @News24Travel or chat to us on Facebook!  

If you're a keen traveller who likes to share tales, tips and trifles with other wanderers, you should head on over to twitter every Tuesday for Travel Talk on Twitter, also known as #TTOT.  

Taking place every week at 11:30 (SA time), the chat is run by a few of the world's top travel bloggers, such as Travel DudesRoni Weiss and Runaway Juno, and aimed at getting travellers from all over the world to sharing their experiences. How it works: A new topic is introduced every week, so to stay in the loop by keeping close tabs on the TTOT Facebook group.  

The discussion takes the form of five different questions related to the topic and will be numbered Q1 - Q5, with a couple of minutes for responses to each. In order to respond to a specific question you will start your answer with A1, 2, 3, 4 or 5, of course including #TTOT so you're included in the stream. 

Check out the Travel Talk on Twitter Facebook page for updates about upcoming chats. 

Take a look at some of our favourite responses from today’s Travel Talk on Twitter

Q1. What makes accommodation intriguing?
Q2.  What was the most intriguing place you've ever spent a night at?
Q3. What resources do you use to find the most intriguing accommodation?
Q4.  Got pics? Show us the most bizarre digs you've encountered!

Q5. What intriguing types of accommodation are on your bucket list to spend a night in?

Read more on:    accommodation  |  travel  |  travel international

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