15 Travel Blogs You Should Follow – Round 3
We come across amazing travel blogs and inspiring travel stories every day. So we have made it our mission to share some of the best stories we find every week here on our blog and in our weekly email. If you’re a blogger and have a great post for us to share in a weekly roundup drop us an email.


Flight In order to hop from one country to another for the lowest possible price, all it takes is some a/b testing and about 15 – 30 minutes. I suggest using SkyScanner.net for flight booking, however you may have a personal favorite of your own already. This trick works on just about every travel website.

Author(s): Michael Hulleman
Follow on Twitter @contact_mike
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Drew

India: The Ultimate Travel Guide

Posted: April 29, 2015

TajmahalI spent 2 months backpacking around India solo in early 2015. I covered over 4,000 kilometers (2,500 miles) and visited over 13 cities. I wrote this post as a general travel guide to anyone who aspires to visit India.

Author(s): Drew
Follow on Twitter @Drewbinsky7
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Brac Island This summer I finally had the chance to do something I was hoping for a long time: a road trip in Croatia with a group of friends. One of the highlights was visiting the award-winning and unique-looking Zlatni Rat beach. Woo-hoo!

Author(s): Bruno
Follow them on Twitter @GeekyExplorer
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Komodo Island Before heading to Komodo and Rinca islands, in Indonesia, I had a picture in my mind of what a tropical paradise should look like.

Author(s): Claudia
Follow on Twitter @Claudioula
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Riga When visiting the Baltic’s for some reason I assumed that Estonia would be my favourite of the three countries (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania). However after spending some time in Riga, Latvia I feel in love with this city!

Author(s): Cailin O’Neil
Follow on Twitter @CailinONeil
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Penang Penang in Northeast Malaysia is seen as THE foodie capital of Southeast Asia according to the travel Bible (Lonely Planet). Now, that’s a tall order in a region with a huge array of world star cuisines like Thai and Vietnamese.

Author(s): Stefan and Sebastien
Follow on Twitter @nomadicboys
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Kathryn

A Traditional West African Wedding

Posted: November 15, 2015

African Wedding I step out of the taxi onto the dusty lane, in a village much like any other in The Gambia; the roads here are just dirt tracks lined with the crumbling walls and ramshackle fences that mark out each family’s plot of land or compound as they are known.

Author(s): Kathryn Burrington
Follow on Twitter @TravelWithKat
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Khaosan Road Finally, Bangkok’s turn came! It was officially the last destination on our first South-East Asia trip. Last, but not least! We didn’t have any arranged accommodation, but that’s something that we would have to deal with later.

Author(s): Anca
Follow on Twitter @Globaloud
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Sue Slaght

Should You Pay for Travel Photos?

Posted: November 20, 2014

Peruvian PeopleArriving in Peru, our guide instructed that if taking photos of locals, payment is expected and the courteous thing to do. Explaining about the poverty in much of Peru, posing for tourists keen to capture the perfect photograph of Peruvians in traditional dress, has become a way for those in need to make a living.

Author(s): Sue Slaght
Follow on Twitter @TravelTalesLife
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Tianna gratta

Top 7 Favorite Things About Hanoi

Posted: October 19, 2015

Hanoi Hanoi is hectic. It is loud and congested. Through out the day traffic is crazy, everyone is out on the streets selling, buying or hustling and you can here the buzz from the phone wires about your head all day long.

Author(s): Tianna Gratta
Follow on Twitter @tiannagratta
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David Shekelton

Meet Sir. Merriness

Posted: October 14, 2015

Whale Shark We asked for it, the Marine Megafauna Foundation offers it, and so now it’s ours…by name.

Author(s): David Shekelton
Follow on Twitter @moremakesmerry
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Suzanne Jones

Road Trip Itinerary – South West USA

Posted: November 5, 2015

Golden Gate Bridge September saw us head off on our road trip to America’s South West. I’ve written a little bit about what we did in our starting city of San Francisco, but here I’m going to share our road trip itinerary and how we planned it.

Author(s): Suzanne Jones
Follow on Twitter @TheTravelBunny
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Pagayawan Falls Lanao del Norte is indeed a province of waterfalls! When you’re in this part of Mindanao, never ever miss to check one of the province’s less-known waterfalls, the beautiful Pagayawan Falls in the Municipality of Bacolod.

Author(s): Jeffrey
Follow on Twitter @travelingmorion
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Hugo Cristina

Iceland: The land of waterfalls

Posted: October 24, 2015

Svartifoss Iceland is the land of waterfalls. There are so many and distinct waterfalls in this country that it is really hard to pick the best one. The truth is, for us they are all quite amazing!

Author(s): Hugo Cristina
Follow on Twitter @bwucom
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Alex Berger

A Road Trip Through Denmark in Fall

Posted: October 12, 2015

Autumn in Denmark If you crack a guidebook for Copenhagen you’ll find a number of great (and not so great) suggestions. Everything from a visit to The Little Mermaid to the incredible vista out over the Sand Buried Lighthouse or Skagen’s world famous light.

Author(s): Alex Berger
Follow on Twitter @AlexBerger
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Images from Flickr: Brandon, Nick Savchenko, Liam Clancy, Bryan Ledgard, Franklin Hijnen, Ken Marshall, Kevin, hlseffigy, Julian Fong, Jojo Nicdao, Ron Kroetz, Alex Berger

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