Three Best Travel Blogs That I Didn’t Write
Travel blogging has been picking up a lot of steam lately. It seems that everywhere my eyes wander on the immense database we so humbly call the internet, they fall on a new travel blog, a new dream, and new stories from around the world. Every world traveler that I have met to date will tell you that travel blogs are a great resource for worldly information and they are simply addicted to them. Many travel blogs follow the usual setup and focus entirely on trying to emulate the main stream blogs out there. There are a few, however, that I believe stand out from the rest and provide a unique perspective.
I am rather biased towards my own blog but at the same time, I am not naive. Only recently have I started blogging and I have a long way to go to get to where I want to be with my blog. So without further adieu, here are my favorite travel blogs at the current time and where I find a lot of my inspiration in this life:
Derek Earl Baron a.k.a WanderingEarl started it all for me with his travel blog WanderingEarl.com. I first came across this site when scouring the internet for articles on how to travel the world with a limited budget. After reading his post entitled How I Can Afford My Life Of Constant Travel, my life was almost instantly changed. It made me realize just how possible the dream was if you have the will to make it work.
Wandering Earl’s blog is filled with many more inspiring tales and unique travel adventures as well as an almost limitless supply of travel tips that he has learned along the way. He has been traveling for over twelve years through 70+ countries and across 6 continents and has plenty of amazing travel stories to share as a result. To this day, it remains one of my all time favorite travel blogs that I frequent regularly.
The Runaway Guide
Leif Harum, the writer of RunawayGuide.com, is very unique in his own right. He ran away from home when he was only 16 years old and has subsequently been exploring the world ever since. He writes his blog for the “runaway in everyone”. Running away at the age of 16 with little to no money definitely forces some unique adventures and situations which is exactly what he details on his blog.
With blog posts such as How To Sleep On The Street and How To Eat On The Cheap it is very evident that he has developed loads of experience traveling the world on what could be considered by most, an “ultra-tight” budget. This has been one of my favorite blogs to read and I will no doubt be following it for quite some time to come.
eTramping.com is a travel blog that I have only just recently come across. With a slogan like, “Travelling like tramps around the World for less than $25 a day”, I could hardly pass it by. This is another travel blog where Agness and Cez literate their ultra-budget travel adventures and tips for our viewing pleasure. According to Cez, he began with, “…a one-way ticket, $400 in my pocket, no certain job, and heavily overloaded bucket list…”.
This is exactly the sort of blog that I find absolutely fascinating. They even detail certain destinations that you can do for under $10 per day on their blog. I find the stories extremely descriptive and feel like I have almost been there myself by the time I am done reading. It is obvious why they have such a large following on their blog, it is highly addictive and has earned a spot as one of my favorite travel blogs.
Are There Any Other Blogs That You Find Absolutely Fascinating Out There? Let Me Know Below!
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