Carmen and Dave Allan-Petale dedicate their lives to the written word and the captured image – seeking personal and professional freedom through the pursuit of a different kind of life. Their travel is slow, experiences are valued above possessions and living in the moment is pursued." -Double-Barrelled-
"I’ve been shipwrecked in Indonesia. I’ve taken a boob to the face in Istanbul. I’ve hit on Jon Stewart in New York City, which got me subsequently mocked on The Daily Show, and I’ve been an extra in a really, really bad German movie.." -Adventurous Kate-
"Stories, photos, and other things I find interesting on my travels around the world." -Stephen-
Nomadic Matt, creator of this website, and author of the New York Times best-selling book, How to Travel the World on $50 a Day. I’ve been traveling the world since 2006 and created this website to help others travel more while spending less. -Nomadic Matt-
"Hi, I'm Liz, and I got my first taste for traveling when I was 16 years old. On my own, 10 years and 40 something countries later, my wanderlust has only grown and the list of countries I want to visit longer." -Young Adventuress-
"In this website, I aim to:
Show how it is absolutely possible to create a life of travel despite odds and circumstances
Discuss the best types of travel experiences and resources that will help any kind of traveler in planning a memorable getaway" -I Am Aileen-
"If you’re like us, there’s a yearning inside of you to TRAVEL. You’re tired of life in the hamster wheel and you just want to reclaim a little freedom back." -YTravel-
"I gave up my home, career and most of my possessions to travel, freelance as a writer and photographer, and focus on this blog to make it the best experience for my readers as it can possibly be. My curiosity has swept me away to countless countries, profoundly enriching my life with multicoloured textures, human connections and wisdom that can only be imparted by international exploration." -Helen-
"Hi! I’m Kiersten, a California native, who, not too long ago, left my career in corporate finance to become a world traveler. Since then, I’ve traveled to over 50 countries and have knocked some big adventures off my bucketlist.." -The Blonde Abroad-
"I love to make other people inspired and motivated to travel, discover new things and live great experiences.
If traveling has given me so amazing and magnificent moments why shouldn't I share some travel advice with you? Life is made of moments and the World is out there full of precious and unique adventures waiting for us.." -Nomad Revelations-
"This is where I share entertaining stories, useful travel tips, fun videos, amazing photography, and crazy adventures with you from my non-stop travels around the world. It’s a place for people like you who seek daily inspiration & motivation to live a life of adventure. I want to teach you how to travel more."
-The Expert Vagabond-
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"With an insatiable itch to see the earth beyond our 9-5 concrete bubble, in 2012 we sold everything, quit our jobs, and haven’t looked back since." -Thrifty Nomads-
"Hi. I'm Sab. But you can call me Sabrina. I'm a travel blogger. I'm also a photographer, but not a very good one. But I'm a pro in Photoshop which makes my photos look very professional. Look, that's me on the photo above. I fell in a rice field in India and lost my flip flop. A very sad day. Now you know. Thanks for reading." -Sabrina-
Podcasts & YouTube
Be sure not to miss out on any of these fantastic podcast episodes where your favorite blogger was the star guest!
Some people might think that it's easy to compose hundred word stories and talk about all their experiences, however, I beg to differ. My hat goes off to all the travel bloggers out there in the world, it is tough work, and it requires a lot of thought, imagination, passion and desire. Lets not forget the discipline that it requires. It can be easy to get lazy, but when you have thousands of readers that are waiting for your very last key stroke to read about where you have been and where you are going, it can get challenging, intimidating and the last thing any writer wants to do is put out garbage content to be read. So here is where I, and not necessarily in any particulate order, share my appreciation with all the bloggers out there that have time and time again kept me entertained and on the edge of my seat. Here are some of the most inspiring travel stories I have read about. Congratulations to all of you. Feel free to visit and follow all these Travel Blogs.