Love it or hate it or just currently ignoring it, Google+ has taken steps in recent months to make a travel bloggers life potentially a little easier, and a little more interesting in terms of the content they can now produce almost automatically.

If you’re not aware of G+ Stories, they’re essentially online scrapbooks, created by a combination of your good self, and the clever folks at google.  Those oh so clever people at Google and their algorithms do most of the hard work, all users have to do is upload their photos and check-ins via the G+ app.  Whilst editing the stories has proved a little tricky, for the most part I’ve found the stories to be fun and interesting to flick through, a great way of remembering any trip, and what happened on any given day.  The tagline used by Google is ‘memories made easier‘, and to an extent they are very much right, or at least I think so.

So without further adue, here is one of my own G+ story from a recent trip I took in Europe, combing a roadtrip along the Transfagrasan Highway in Romania, before getting an overnight train from Bucharest to Sofia.  Check it out and see what you think …