A Life Filled With Travel – Inspiring Blogs 16-31 May
A Different Travel Lifestyle
Any electronics lover will find some great tips by Dave Dean from Too Many Adaptors, in this guest post on Nomadic Matt. Wheter you want to bring your laptop, tablet, mobile phone or e-book reader, choosing the right gear is important and this post can help you choose. Dave also throws in some tips on the importance of making a back-up.
Anyone familiar with Caz and Craig of yTravel Blog know they have attracted travel into their lives in the most inspiring way possible. They truly live a life of travel and give you some great tips on how to do the same.
If you aren’t sure what the best way of travel is for you, this guide by Nicole of Suitcase Stories is a great starting point. Listing all available accommodation options, the experts in the field tell you all about it to make your choice much easier!
There is so much you can get out of travelling, but sometimes time goes so fast and you might forget to reflect. Time to put things in perspective and these travellers have don a great job looking back on their own journeys:
Val from This Way To Paradise has been on the road for a while now, and she’s written down some great insights she had so far.
Some great life lessons that Liz from Young Adventurous has picked up along the road. Both from a traveller as a blogger point of view. And most of them are quite hilarious, too.
Dave from A Couple Travelers is still on the road, and he’s looking back at things he wish he’d done or learned before going on his long-term adventure. Some great advice for those of you still planning a trip!
Going through a phase in your life where you might feel a bit stuck, is something not only Christy from Ordinary Traveler has to deal with. She writes a very reflective post about finding out her true passion in life and this stopping and self-reflection is something we all need to do every now and then.
Alex from Virtual Wayfarer is know for his photo series in which he takes pictures of his shoes/feet in all parts of the world. This time, you might find him wearing a very fancy set of shoes and they seem a bit out of tune… well, let him explain himself how that went wrong.
Meaningful and Responsible Travel Blogs
Do you care about the world and the animals and people in it, also when you’re travelling? Then this section is something for you to check out. Let’s go Green and read about ways to travel responsibly:
You might be as surprised as Pamela from Savoir Fair finding eco-friendly accommodation in Mexico City. And their decor looks fab too!
Having pretty much always travelled independently, Janice from Solo Traveler took a small group tour in China. And much to her own surprise, she found it brought her more insights and more energy to understand the country through a local point of view.
Looking into a visit to Singapore? Milda shares some great tips for making your trip as green as possible on Don’t Fly Go.
Unique Travel Experiences
Besides all the ‘top ten things to do in…’ posts, there are actually a variety of amazing travel stories out there of activities that truly are unique. These bloggers wrote articles that made me click through to read all of it:
Sherry from Otts World hiked, drove and camped her way through Oman and her story is simply amazing. If you love roughing it during your travels, Oman seems to be the place for you!
Dean from The Road To Anywhere takes a road he’ll never forget. Make sure to check out the amazing ‘camping under the stars’ picture at the end of the post. Love!
At TBU I was asked to do this activity, but as I’m a chicken where as Lauren from Monkeys and Mountains is, well awesome, I have to go and read her posts about how amazing the experience was. Brave Girl!
Kate from Adventurous Kate can’t stop raving about her road trip along the Garden Route and Eastern Cape and after reading her extensive guide, you can see why. Makes you want to pack your bags and leave tonight!
Global Food Inspiration
There are lots of great food posts around, to bring a little bit of the world cuisine into your home. To bad you can’t taste or smell the dishes off the screen, but these writers have done their best to describe them as best as they could: