If you write something and it is not successful, there is always the delete button available. I have deleted about 50 hubs myself.
What you need to do is start writing and quit wasting time asking questions. If you find a category that no one has written about before, maybe you will have great success.
Not sure what you mean by travelogue. Do you mean something resembling a blog - a day by day hub on current travels, or do you mean a retrospective account? I've written a retrospect account of a car journey from Tuscany to England.
suppose I go to china for travel and everyday I write about my day and introduce the places
No, not the right place for that at all.
HubPages is a site where you write long articles (say, 800 to1500 words). Each one needs to stand alone, because most readers don't even notice you have an account - they find HubPages by arriving at one Hub, then browse around the site as a whole. That makes it very difficult to get them to follow a series.
If your Hubs are good enough to get transferred to HubPages' specialist site, WanderWisdom, then it might be worth doing - but if you're just throwing together posts as you travel, that's unlikely. Far better to start your own blog on Blogger and write them there.
I don't see HubPages as the right place to do a travelogue of the sort you describe. A blog will work much better.
You can however write a blog while you are travelling and then fillet it when you get back and create one site which contains all your major recommendations.
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