Photo by Community Member @oriolclavera
Photo by Community Member @oriolclavera

Nearly three quarters of the Earth is covered in water, so the chances that you’ve been to at least one place with a shoreline are pretty good. But what kind? Rivers, lakes, oceans — water gives a place a particular identity, and definitely affects how we explore our surroundings as travelers. This week, whether you’re partial to island reefs or rushing woodland rivers, we want to go under the surface of our travels!

Join us this Thursday, Mar. 10 at 2pm ET  to share your favorite waterside spots and learn about those you haven’t dived into yet!

If you are unavailable during the chat time but would still like to participate, feel free to schedule your tweets according to the times listed below:

Q1 – 2:00pm EST
Share a photo of your most recent travels by the water. Where were you? What made it special?

Q2 – 2:06pm EST
What’s your favorite way to take advantage of the waterline: lounge, cruise, or get active?

Q3 – 2:12pm EST
Cast off! Do you have a unique story or photo from being out on the water?

Q4 – 2:18pm EST
Three words (objects or mindset) that describe your approach to traveling by the water. Go!

Q5 – 2:24pm EST
Would you rather explore a waterside city, or an unpopulated island? Why?

Q6 – 2:30pm EST
Look out below! Who would you plunge into strange waters with, and where? (Tag them!)

Q7 – 2:36pm EST
What do you think makes waterfront destinations unique

Q8 – 2:42pm EST
Name a location by the water that you think is underrated by travelers. What makes it so?

Q9 – 2:48pm EST
What’s the next shoreside spot on your list? Why?

Q10 – 2:55pm EST
Share a favorite travel story from the water, by you or another traveler!