Over the past year I have become friends with travel bloggers from all over the world. I consider many of them to be my friends. As the success of my blog continues, I want to use my increased influence not only to help people have freaking awesome vacations but I want to start helping my fellow travel blogging friends promote their travel blogs.
I am very proud of the content on my blog, but I haven’t been everywhere (but it’s on my list!) Until then, enjoy this list of my fellow travel blogging friends.
The Traveling Traveler is a blog founded and primarily written by Julia Kuhn, a wanderlust Speech-Language Pathologist who has become an expert in the travel nursing/travel therapy industry. Julia has spent the past seven years working short-term contracts across the United States in hospitals and rehab facilities. As a Speech-Language Pathologist, her work focuses on rehabilitating language and swallowing after brain injuries, strokes and other neurogenic conditions. As a writer, she blogs about her travels as well as informative pieces to help and inspire other traveling healthcare professionals.
The Traveling Traveler addresses the technical issues and complications that come with being a traveling healthcare professional. These issues include: how to get a contract, how to navigate the travel healthcare industry, contract cancellation and financial reimbursements. It also addresses the lifestyle side to travel. These pieces include what to pack, where to go, how to meet people and what to do on assignment. While the blog is inclusive to the entire traveling healthcare community, many pieces are geared directly towards traveling therapists.
Do you think of travel as an adventure where you’re an intrepid explorer, perhaps an Indiana Jones or maybe a David Attenborough? Then Discover With Zainab is a blog for you! At school, Zainab Mohiuddin was an awkward nerd who got lost somewhere between the pages of Enid Blyton, then Harry Potter, then The Lord of the Rings. She has a passion for storytelling and is permanently feverish from being bitten so badly by the travel bug.
Her mission is simple: To dig out the legends, stories and traditional tales behind each new place she visits. On the way she also interviews local people about topics of interest in the community and makes vlogs of events she goes to. Right now, she is publishing stories of Vietnam online and including: ‘Vietnamese Cinderella’s Revenge’, ‘10 Things NOT To Do When You Live In Hanoi’, ‘I Fell In Love With The Coconut Boy’ and ‘Go And Have A Biking Adventure In Ha Giang’. She’s made a video here explaining why her blog is special: http://discoverwithzainab.com/discover-world-stories/
I am Maria Lewis from India and I have recently started traveling since the last 2-3 years and, aspire to be a full time traveler soon! I started my travel blog: Travel Bliss as an extension of my passion to travel. I hope that through my travel blog, I can document my travels and readers can benefit from it in some way or the other and I in turn would benefit from all the travel experience and advice that others have to share through their own travel blogging websites.
So what is my website: www.travelbliss.org all about? Travel Bliss is about following your bliss. It is about doing what makes you immensely happy and which results in a feeling of wellbeing and a feeling of bliss within you.
I am following my bliss of traveling. I started my travel blog in January 2017 and have completed just 6 months and the journey till now has been an amazing one. I have truly begun to come in contact with likeminded people who love to travel, who love to blog and who love to share their incredible travel stories with others, in that sense, I am coming in contact with people who are in my field of bliss. I have made so many friends in the travel blogging world, most of who are from Nomadic Matt’s – Superstar Travel Blogging closed group, thank you Matthew Kepnes. I have done things which I never thought or imagined for my life that I would do like creating my website (right from content writing, the layout of the website, positioning of the pictures, coding, adding plug-ins, adding affiliate links, approaching other travel bloggers for doing guest posts, doing collaborative posts, being active on Social Media, trying to promote my travel blog through every possible way!) I am still learning. I have yet to get my Newsletter Up! Still to get my Pinterest active and lots more!, Last but not the least, let me not forget to mention that in this span of 6 months, Travel Bliss has won 2 awards : The Liebster Award and The Versatile Blogger Award
My travel blogging website has different pages to keep you engrossed, apart from the usual pages:
1. Travel Blog – Where I post my blog posts.
2. Travel Stories – Where you will find interesting personal stories during my travels.
3. Travel Tips – Where you will find travel tips and hacks to help you on your travels.
4. Travel Advisor / Recommended Travel Website/Blog links – Where you will find other noted Travel blogger’s website details.
5. Cuisines – Where you will get to learn about different, unique cuisines from around the world.
I aspire to travel full time in the near future and make a part-time living out of my travel blogging website!
Until then, I will keep traveling and will keep sharing my travel stories on www.travelbliss.org.
According to Rick Steves, travel author and host, there are two types of tourists: “those who pack light and those who wish they had.” Of all the reasons to pack light, there’s one overriding reason – travel is more enjoyable when a person carries less “stuff.” Packing Light Travel strives to help travellers refine their approaches to packing and travelling light. It’s a resource for both “overpackers” and those carry-on travellers looking for ideas on how to perfect their packing strategies. Looking for insights on features to look for in a bag, what to include on a packing list, recommendations on lightweight travel gear or an extensive list of tips on how to pack light? Check out Packing Light Travel. As well as the “physical piece” (choosing luggage and its contents to make the best use of space and weight limitations), Packing Light Travel offers suggestions on travelling light: lightening “mental and emotional baggage.” This is about leaving home and familiar surroundings, worrying less about what was left behind or undone, and having the tools to deal with emergency situations. Looking for suggestions on a pre-travel checklist, luggage tags, emergency contact cards, emergency ID bracelets, and more? Check out Packing Light Travel.
Ten years ago, at the age of 18, I packed up my bags and moved to China to follow my dream of seeking out the best masters of martial arts and training with them. After a few years, I decided to set up my website, Monkey Steals Peach, in order to document what I learnt, and share my experiences with others. During this time I have had all kinds of adventures, not only in China, but throughout Asia, including South Korea, Nepal, India, as well as much of South East Asia.
Through my website, I have documented and shared my travel experiences, with many off the beaten track locations, places (particularly in China) that few have visited, as well as my journey to find the best masters, and my experiences training under them. I have also presented my research on martial arts, introducing many styles that are incredibly rare outside of China, as well as interviews with many old masters, sharing their experiences and insights from a lifetime of hard training.
Hi! I’m Aaron, from travel blog Aaron Teoh. My blog is a collection of stories, tips and information on tried and tested, slightly off the beaten path destinations around Asia and Europe. I enjoy finding beautiful places that are off the usual tourist path, places less busy that allow time to slow a little. On the other hand, having grown up and got spoilt in the city, I am apprehensive about traveling for weeks on wild roads not knowing the next stop, just to be able to find these lost destinations. That is why I opted for a balance of the two- finding less visited, no less beautiful places, that are also relatively accessible. Over time, I have found and wrote on some of these places, and if the idea of beautiful places which provide a balance of remoteness and accessibility appeal to you, I’d love for you to check out my blog. It’s not always easy researching on travel to such places as not much is available online, but I try to make it easier by adding what I’ve experienced to my blog. Happy reading!
Hi! I’m Delahaye – pronounced as De-la-haye.
I’m a scientist who loves to travel, and Hues of Delahaye is about how I get to do what I love, despite working a regular 9 to 5.
I have always wanted to travel; to see all the amazing, far-flung places I watched on national geographic when I was younger. I thought to travel meant you had to have lots of money, but now I know that all you need is to be smart with both your money and time.
This blog is for anyone interested in seeing how I plan my travels to interesting and vibrant places, and still save money while at it. Yes, even while working 9 to 5 as a scientist.
On my blog, I’ll be sharing helpful tips like how to bag cheap flights, the best times to book your holidays if you work a 9 to 5, simple ways to save up money for travels, budgeting for a trip, earning extra money to travel, city breaks and weekend getaways as well as stories from my travels.
I believe being wise with money for travel does not mean you have to be cheap. I’ll show you how small financial habits, followed daily and mindful planning, can have a significant impact on building a future where you’re able to travel while still working a 9 to 5.
If, like me, you love to travel, but have to get innovative about using your precious holiday allowance to satisfy your wanderlust, then stick around!