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Travel Blogs

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  1. TravelPod’s free travel blogs are the best way to capture and share your travel experiences. 102,115 travel experiences shared only this week! *Built for travelers - TravelPod is the best blogging site to share your trips, built specifically for travelers. *Blog anywhere, anytime - Update your blog on your own schedule with our mobile app. No more internet cafés! *Map your trip - Chart your adventure on an interactive map and see how many miles you’ve travelled. *Print your blog as a book - Share your trip as a beautiful printed book or online via Facebook, Twitter and email.
  2. Our vision is for everyone to have the trip they dream about. It doesn't matter whether it's business or pleasure, two days or two months; every travel experience should enrich life. Sadly many travel products have become commodities and so much of the customer experience is now mundane and impersonal. We'd like to change that, by placing a wonderful local Tripbod right in the middle of that generic experience to make it truly human, personal and fun. So it's simple: Tripbod means a great deal for everyone.
  3. Backpackingmatt is a travel blog dedicated to offering advice and inspiration for the budget conscious traveler or backpacker.
  4. Tips and advice on how to travel anywhere in the world on a budget from the world's budget travel expert.
  5. Tim Leffel's blog on the world's cheapest places to travel, with advice on budgets, savings strategies, travel deals, and cheap destinations.
  6. Guide to Budget Travel and International Living
  7. Independent Travel experts BootsnAll have been inspiring and helping folks travel long-term since 1998
  8. Rolf Potts is perhaps best known for promoting the ethic of independent travel, and his book on the subject, Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel.
  9. The blog about solo travel for those who love - or dream of - traveling alone.
  10. A travel website designed to inspire, advise and motivate other people to travel the world. With beautiful photography and humorous writing.

NEW Links

  1. Explore the world's weirdest destinations with One Weird Globe! Full of weird attractions, off-the-beaten-path places, and life as a long-term expat.
  2. We are two best friends who have mastered the art of exploring a new city. We’re professional bar hoppers, pub crawlers, and food testers, and you’ll never see us zipping around, checking things off a list of “must-sees.” Together, we’ve stayed in a château in the middle of the French countryside with only a Dutch film crew and a pack of German Shepherds with us on the premises. We’ve driven across Ireland without a valid license, toured Switzerland by train, downed pints after pints in the Irish countryside, gotten locked in an Austrian dungeon in the middle of the night, and we regularly assure ourselves that savings accounts only exist to get us from one trip to the next.
  3. We're an Irish couple who left home in 2013 to travel the world full-time and build a sustainable online business as we travelled.
  4. Hello, my name is Anja Mutić. I’m a traveler who writes and a writer who travels. Born in Zagreb, Croatia, I’ve lived, worked and traveled on all the continents, except Antarctica. Based in New York since 1999, I worked as a travel editor for Rough Guides and ShermansTravel.com before going freelance in 2004. My writing – which won several awards – has appeared in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, National Geographic Traveler, Condé Nast Traveler, BBC Travel, Lonely Planet, Time Out, Travel + Leisure, Caribbean Travel & Life and Spa Magazine, to name just a few. I’ve worked as an author on a dozen+ guidebooks for major publishers and penned a variety of articles for print and online publications. I’ve written about destinations far and wide but my particular expertise lies with Croatia (and the countries of former Yugoslavia), South America and Portugal.
  5. Malaysia Asia is an award-winning travel blog site with information on unique and interesting places around the region of Southeast Asia. The site is run by David Hogan Jr who travels a minimum of 20-30 times a year and this resulted in coming up with Malaysia Asia which focuses on travel news, information and places of interest around Malaysia and Asia.
  6. My name is Gary Arndt. In March 2007 I sold my house and have been traveling around the world ever since. Since I started traveling, I have probably done and seen more than I have in the rest of my life combined. So far I have visited all 7 continents, over 140 countries and territories around the world, every US state and territory, 9/10 Canadian provinces, every Australian state and territory, over 125 US National Park Service sites and over 250 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  7. Welcome to Don't Stop Living - a lifestyle of travel! I'm a travelling Northern Irishman. Jump in and join my endless journey round the globe. It's a small world after all...
  8. Nomadic Samuel is a top travel blog featuring destination guides, travel photos, travel videos, quirky stories, teaching ESL tips, advice and travel vlogs.
  9. Budget Travel Blog
  10. A Gap Year can mean different things to different people. Maybe you’re just starting or beginning your university education. Perhaps you sit behind a desk dreaming of something more. I’ve been there. I understand that urge to escape. That feeling deep down that says to you there is more to life. You see perfect sunsets, beautiful beaches, extreme sports and exotic animals in the media everyday. Wouldn’t it be great if you could see and do that too? I, like you, needed to escape. I booked my Round the World flight and jetted off to do things I had dreamed of and a lot of things I never even knew existed. Before I went I created Gap Year Escape back in 2009 to chronicle my journey. This site started off as the miscellaneous ramblings of a solo backpacker and has since grown into one of the largest Gap Year blogs on the web. It’s read in 138 countries and draws on the experience of veteran travellers across the globe.