This was the first WordPress Website that I created in which the client was a travel blogger. The Google Map widget in which you see in the right column actually holds makers to where ever the blogger travels to. Once the user clicks on the marker, the marker displays a link that links to the bloggers blog about that location in which they traveled to. The navigation consist of: Favorite People, Places, and Things. Each page list only categorized blogs for that topic.
This WordPress Site was complex, detailed, but much fun. Since the client had already paid for her domain through WordPress, I actually had to figure out how to point her name server to her recently purchased hosting through GoDaddy. This task was a matter of figuring out how to change her WORDPRESS.COM site to a WORDPRESS.ORG site.
I came to the conclusion of having to go into the back-end of her WordPress in this path :: Store> Domains. There I was able to configure and change the name servers to match those of GoDaddy. I also had to change the IP address and follow these detailed instructions about how to manually change all of the DS settings. I learned a lot when it comes to dealing with different name servers.