Loving that I was able to find your sites as well as all the others listed here. Looks like I will have a lot more reading material!
My blog is Bucket List Journey, it's about travel, food and...bucket lists :)
Glad to hear about your site. We blog over at http://acoupletravelers.com with a focus on budget travel in Europe and Asia as well as blogging resources (monthly traffic and income reports, best map programs etc).
Hi - Destinology are sponsoring the event and I'm personally looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible in Porto next week.
Our site www.destinology.com is where we feature breaking travel news from around the world and where our international followers can book hotel only stays
Our www.destinology.co.uk site is where Uk based customers can book their luxury holidays at destinations worldwide.
We're on Facebook and Twitter too :)
Your site looks great! And this seems to have turned into a great thread for sharing each others blogs prior to TBU next week :) I run Thirty One Distant, which has been documenting my Asian travels for the last six months, and is now moving onto chronicling other travel that I've been up to over the years.
Jimmy your blog looks great. I will make sure I keep checking in on it.
I am fairly new to all of this - I had a blog on tumblr but didn't like it very much so am now on blogspot. I occasionally do some freelance work and also blog for flight centre's blog.
Here is my blog:
My new blog is: www.secondsthirty.blogspot.com
Mostly short videos, showing finer details of the world around me.
I'm happy and share. this is my site:
Hi all! I'm Carl and upon recently returning from travelling Asia and Europe I've started my travel blog That Time In.
I'm primarily focusing on tales, photos and reviews from Asia and Europe at the moment, but am looking forward to expanding as my travel experience grows.
Hope you guys can take a look, and hope you like what you see!
Thanks all! :)
Check out my site, damondominique.com - a cheap travel/lifestyle blog from me, a 20 year old college student world traveler. i've decided to take a semester off (and probably many many more) to pursue my new major: wanderlust.
i tend to do a lot of crazy things…like running a half-marathon at age 16, becoming a vegetarian, working for the mayor to film promotional videos for the city, attending college in new york city, sleeping outside in winter for snl tickets, working at fashion week, being a tv extra, yeah yeah whatever…
that’s before i decided to move to paris. there, i studied for one year, while also perfecting the art of backpacking around europe on the cheap and doing more crazy things – going to a 15 person group interview in all french, sleeping in a train station in austria, getting electrocuted by a fence in switzerland, and telling muggers in amsterdam “no, i’m not giving you my money.”
i got the idea for my blog/website when i left indiana and decided, instead of repeating the same stories and answering the same questions over and over, i’d respond in one simple blog post.
check it out y'all! :)
This is going to sound boring, but I really like the organisation and navigation of your blog. I like being able to navigate to particular posts on travel blogs rather than just amble through them and stumble across things (although the latter method can be just as good.)
I'll definitely be bookmarking Strange Lands, I'm currently considering teaching English myself when I finish my degree.
Also I think this is a great thread - sharing sites, I'm always looking to discover new reads. My blog is The Ambling Explorer its a combination of a travel blog and study abroad blog.
Thanks for sharing!