I can’t remember exactly when I first discovered the round-the-world travel blog community, but much like the personal finance community, one will lead you to another, and to another, and so forth…
Today, I’m highlighting a few of the travel blogs that have inspired and informed me over the past year or so.
Warren and Betsy are a total powerhouse, building their own lives as digital nomads, and breaking down their expenses every month. Thoughtful, helpful, insightful.
Josh and Caroline take great photos (and are crazy photogenic themselves) that will stoke your wanderlust to no end. While they’ve finished their year-long trip, they’ve committed to creating a new kind of life for themselves.
Hannah left England in 2012 and has been travelling ever since. I love her unpretentious, free flowing narrative style and admire her humble attitude!
Kim and Brian also left on their trip in 2012, though they departed from the USA. Brian has a mean beard and Kim is continually honing her writing chops.
After Sarah and Tyrhone met abroad, they decided to pack up their lives and hit the road. They’ve been all over Asia and are currently in Mexico!
Shoutouts also to two of the couples we’ve hosted through Couchsurfing who are also documenting their own adventures: Noah and Amanda, and Jenna and Blake.
Round the world and travel blogs in general are great. Well at first they are and then it starts settling in that people are visiting a lot of the places I have yet to and only dream about. Never check these out before thanks for the 5 new ones to check out.
Hello and thanks for the shout-out. Honored to make the list!
Thank you so much for including me here! It’s a real honour, especially amongst so many of my own favourites 🙂
Great list, and, as always, wonderful picture.
Sounds like these are awesome blogs. Will check them out.
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