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    The Top 100 UK Travel Blogs

    About the List

    The United Kingdom is a hotspot for travelers. It includes some of Europe’s hottest travel destinations (London, Belfast and Edinburgh to name a few), and offers easy access to a variety of the world’s most sought-after locales, including countless in Europe, Asia, North America and beyond. The UK is a place where dozens of travel bloggers were born, and it’s also a place that attracts writers and travel junkies from around the world.

    Ultimately, it’s no wonder the United Kingdom is packed with so many awesome travel bloggers, and it’d be a shame just to name a few. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of the top 100 travel bloggers in the UK. The blogs are not ranked in any way, but they’re arranged in alphabetical order to help you access the ones you love time and time again.

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    Absolutely Lucy

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    Contact: Absolutelylucy (at) hotmail.com
    Author: Lucy Ruthnum

     

    About the Author(s):

    Lucy Ruthnum is a 25-year-old travel blogger from Norfolk, UK, who quit her job and packed up her life in a backpack around 7 months ago and hasn’t looked back since. After never travelling by herself before, she faced any fears head on and set off on the trip of a lifetime to backpack Asia, Australia and New Zealand solo. Loving every second, she also loves writing about everything from festivals and university to relationships, food and health. She’s never found far from the ocean.

    About the Blog:

    Absolutely Lucy started as a little lifestyle blog to keep Lucy occupied around work, but it soon grew into something much bigger. Now, the blog covers a range of lifestyle topics, but focuses mainly on travel and backpacker life. So far Lucy has shared her travels across Asia, spending three months in Thailand plus two months across Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia.

    Now she is spending a year in Australia working and travelling across the country – currently on the East Coast – and will also be visiting New Zealand, Bali and Fiji over the next 12 months. Lucy lives a budget lifestyle but isn’t afraid to treat herself, so you’ll find her roughing it in hostels one week and living it up on a catamaran in the Whitsundays the following week – all about making that money stretch further and never sacrificing the good times!

    URL: http://absolutelylucy.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I love to travel, and don’t plan to stop anytime soon, because backpacking took me away from ‘reality’ while showing me how amazing and different my ‘reality’ could actually be – it opened my eyes.

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    A Luxury Travel Blog

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    Author: Paul Johnson (Editor and chief contributor) and over 400 other contributors from within the industry

     

    About the Author(s):

    A Luxury Travel Blog was created by Dr. Paul Johnson — a member of the Professional Travel Bloggers Association — and a team of more than 400 writers and guest bloggers.

    Paul has worked in the travel industry for more than 25 years and has travelled extensively, from his home in Kendal, Cumbria (UK) to places all over the world. He is also a Director of The Dedicated Partnership Ltd., an online tourism marketing company with a client base that includes some of the finest hotels in the world.

    About the Blog:

    A Luxury Travel Blog has a global geographical coverage and a focus on the luxury end of the travel industry. It was the first blog of its kind and has grown to become one of the most popular travel blogs not just in the UK, but in the world. Voted “one of the world’s most popular travel blogs” by The Daily Telegraph and “best for luxury”, ALTB has also been recognized in independent research as the #1 most influential blog in the world.

    URL: http://www.aluxurytravelblog.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I love to travel because it is a great way to broaden the mind and educate our children about the wider world.

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    Baby Routes

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    Contact: babyroutes (at) gmail.com
    Author: Kate Limburn

    About the Author(s):

    Kate Limburn is an adventurous mum of two girls (3 & 1) and lives in rural Oxfordshire though is equally at home up a mountain. Kate loves travel, hiking and the outdoors. She is passionate about connecting children with the nature, no matter where in the world that may be.

    About the Blog:

    Baby Routes is a resource for adventurous, outdoorsy parents. The site covers the UK and overseas and Kate uses her travel to continually add to an ever growing bank of family-friendly personally researched walking routes. The journey is important to the Baby Routes family with tips offered on travelling with kids and practical advise on kitting up for family travel and outdoors time. The series of posts on motorway service station alternatives continues to be particularly popular. Baby Routes also provides inspiration for mini adventures, wildlife spotting and days out closer to home and runs a regular ‘Wildlife Wednesday’ series.

    URL: http://babyroutes.co.uk/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    Travel offers the opportunity to not only discover amazing new places, landscapes and cultures but also to apply a new filter to those places, people and experiences we already thought we knew so well.

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    Backpacker Banter

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    Author: Chris Stevens

    About the Author(s):

    Chris is a 20-something adventure traveller originally from Devon in the UK. Since 2009, he has been travelling the world, stepping outside his comfort zone and sharing reviews, advice and stories along the way.

    About the Blog:

    Backpacker Banter covers budget and adventure travel from around the world – including Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia and South America, alongside heaps of others. Through a mixture of reviews, advice and stories, Chris aims to inspire people to travel and give them the knowledge to go live the dream.

    URL: http://www.backpackerbanter.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    Because life is better by the beach! Hahaha!

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    Backpacks and Bunkbeds

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    Contact: neil (at) backpacksandbunkbeds.co.uk
    Author: Neil Barns

     

    About the Author(s):

    Neil Barnes was born in London, and he currently lives in his hometown. He is a London-based budget travel blogger, Instagram enthusiast, WordPress geek, football fan and bacon cheeseburger fiend.

    About the Blog:

    Barnes’ blog is about travelling the world on a budget whilst holding down a 9-5 job.

    He relays expected detailed cost breakdowns of weekend breaks and backpacking trips to his readers, but his blog also includes videos, lots of photos, maps and practical information such as opening dates/times, directions and prices.

    Backpacks and Bunkbeds has a heavy focus on Europe and Southeast Asia, but Barnes plans to explore much more of North America soon.

    URL: http://www.backpacksandbunkbeds.co.uk

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    New things. New places, new people, new sights, new tastes. Ultimately, new experiences.

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    Bald Hiker

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    Contact: contact (at) baldhiker.com
    Authors: Paul Steele and Cindy Vriend

     

    About the Author(s):

    Paul Steele combines his passion for traveling, photography and storytelling into his blog, BaldHiker.com. From mountaintops to beaches, from historic buildings to sunsets, Paul covers the most amazing places all over the globe and the beautiful hidden spots close to home.

    An important part of his storytelling takes place through social media, where his more than 500,000 Twitter followers can vicariously travel the world through his pictures and learn about Paul’s experiences trying out new technology. Sharing experiences live, on the go. Paul is also a freelance writer for many esteemed sites and publications.

    Cindy Vriend is a passionate graphic/web designer, illustrator, photographer and traveler. She has worked for a wide variety of clients big and small, for the past 17 years, amongst which: Peugeot, Citroën, Knorr, Tourism Corporation Bonaire, Royal Dutch Touring Club (ANWB) and Keukenhof. Combining the passion for design with the love of photography, hiking and traveling, she’s able to tell a story from a different angle.

    About the Blog:

    BaldHiker, founded by Paul Steele in 2010, started as a personal blog. Over the years it has grown into a vibrant well-read and shared place, filled with the travel stories of Paul Steele and Cindy Vriend and their friends from over the world. A place where you can experience their personal views on the places they’ve visited, hikes, accommodations, technology and food.

    URL: http://www.baldhiker.com/

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    A Bavarian Sojoum

    Contact: bavariansojourn (at) gmail.com
    Author: Emma

     

    About the Author(s):

    A Bavarian Sojourn is written by Emma, who left the UK for Copenhagen in 2009. Having enjoyed two years of the Scandi Lifestyle, Emma and her family found they enjoyed expat life so much that they now reside in Munich, where the pace of life is relaxed, her language skills are small, and the mountains and bier halls are very large.

    This family has always loved travelling, and extensively exploring each new country they live in. With Europe and beyond on their doorstep, travel to them is more than the odd trip here or there, it’s a way of life..

    About the Blog:

    This blog is mostly about family travel to destinations both near and far. From sleeping in igloos at the top of Germany’s tallest mountain, to staying in traditional inns in the foothills of Mt Fuji – this family embraces all kinds of travel. A Bavarian Sojourn also includes a little bit of food, and plenty of photography.

    URL: http://wwwthesojournseries.com/bavaria

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    Blighty Traveller

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    Authors: Kristy

    About the Blog:

    If you are passionate about travelling, love an adventure and are interested in what Great Britain has to offer, then The Blighty Traveller is the place for you.

    The Blighty Traveller is your independent travel guide to Great Britain & Northern Ireland. Regularly updated, this site will help you plan your visit as well as throwing a little  inspiration your way on what there is to do whilst in Blighty.

    URL: http://blightytraveller.com/

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    Borders of Adventure

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    Contact: bordersofadventure (at) gmail.com
    Authors: Becki

    About the Author(s):

    Becki is a British Press award winning travel writer and avid adventurer, with a passion for reporting on misunderstood destinations and uncovering alternative angles to the well established. Travelling differently, adventurously, responsibly and with purpose.

    About the Blog:

    This website first came about over two years ago when Becki quit and sold everything (yes, that familiar story) to leave for what was meant to be an initial 18-month adventure around the world. Her passion for insightful travel, combined with her inherent love for English literature, history and sociology, alongside the skills harnessed from her 10-year PR career, led her to setting up Borders of Adventure and changing perceptions of misunderstood destinations.

    URL: http://www.bordersofadventure.com/

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    Bridges and Balloons

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    Contact: victoria (at) bridgesandballoons.com
    Authors: Victoria and Steve

    About the Author(s):

    Victoria and Steve are a semi-nomadic writer and filmmaker couple based in London. Victoria loves cake, Steve loves pickles, and they both love to travel a lot. Sometimes they go for a weekend, other times for six months, and once for three years. Their favourite place is Mexico.

    About the Blog:

    Bridges and Balloons is a travel-lifestyle blog about a writer and filmmaker who seek out all things special – the unique, the cozy and the creative – the kinds of places and experiences you want to tell people about.

    URL: http://www.bridgesandballoons.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love travel

    “We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.”

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    A Brit and a Broad

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    Contact: abritandabroad (at) gmail.com
    Authors: Macca Sherifi and Brianna Wien

    About the Author(s):

    Macca Sherifi, the Brit, is an author, blogger and photographer from London, the United Kingdom. Blogging from the Brit (because he’s British), Macca writes about the alternative side of travelling. There’s literally nothing he wouldn’t do for a story (you can test him on this if you’d like), and he writes in an easy-to-read style that he would describe as ‘cutesy’.

    Brianna Wiens, the Broad, is an actor, director and photographer from Vancouver, Canada. Blogging from the Broad (because she’s a broad – get it?), Brianna writes about everything all girls need to know about while on the road. She’s also incredibly emotive, looking to tell a story not only through her eyes, but through the eyes of those around her.

    Completing A Brit and A Broad is Brian Ceci. An award-winning cinematographer and videographer from Vancouver, Canada. Brian is the man behind the camera cutting everything together. Brian is an aesthetically skilled director of photography who shoots in an incredibly unique style.

    About the Blog:

    A Brit and A Broad is a stylish travel video blog presented by Macca Sherifi and Brianna Wiens. They bring people and places from around the world to their readers through interesting stories, helpful tips and other travel inspiration. Their goal is to inspire you to do something different on your travels.

    URL: http://www.abritandabroad.com/

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    British Travel Blog

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    Author: Charlene

    About the Author(s):

    Charlene is a British travel blogger who loves finding adventures close to home. However, she has travelled far and wide too, with visits to St. Lucia, Barbados, Sri Lanka, Portugal and countless other destinations.

    Charlene has become an expert in finding new places in Britain and being a tourist in her own home country, and she loves to share her findings with her readers.

    British Travel Blog is a place for Charlene to share her discoveries with her audience. She’ll inspire you to take more holidays and discover the natural beauty, quirky sites, theme parks and other awesome places Britain has to offer.

    URL: http://www.britishtravelblog.co.uk/

     

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    Bruised Passports

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    Contact: info (at) bruisedpassports.com
    Authors: Savi and Vid

     

    About the Author(s):

    Savi and Vid used to call London home before quitting their jobs and deciding to travel the world for the next couple of years. They love going off the beaten path and their blog, Bruised Passports is a mélange of adventurous travel tales and colourful fashion from the road.

    About the Blog:

    A Travel and Fashion blog featuring amazing photography and adventures from around the world – for those who like to ditch the clichés while travelling.

    URL: http://www.bruisedpassports.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    To meet new people, understand new cultures, and acquaint ourselves with different cuisines.

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    13. Budget Traveller

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    Contact: europebudgetguide (at) gmail.com
    Author: Kash Bhattacharya

     

    About the Author(s):

    Kash Bhattacharya is a traveler who has been on the road traveling on a budget for four years. His interests are budget travel, family travel, culture, food and nightlife. Kash has helped develop award-winning campaigns like #BlogVille for the Emilia Romagna Tourism Board, #Blogmanay for Unique Events, Event Scotland and FilmTraveller CoteDAzur -a blog about film tourism in Cote D’Azur for the Cote D’Azur tourism board.

    About the Blog:

    BudgetTraveller is a blog about how to travel in style on a budget. It has been featured in the NY Times, Lonely Planet, Guardian & CNN. On the site, you’ll find travel advice, information about destinations, where to find luxury hostels and how to eat and drink on the cheap.

    URL: http://budgettraveller.org/

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    Call of the Road

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    Author: Joff Summerfield

     

    About the Author(s):

    For the past few years, Joff has been living in London above his workshop where he makes Penny Farthings. He knows it’s very Bohemian, but he loves it.

    Joff came across a motor racing family, and first took to the tracks at age 18. Although, he spent an equal amount of time spinning off across the grass. Joff’s profession was a race engine builder, and he spent five years building Formula one engines before embarking on a different cycling path.

    Between 2006 and 2008, Joff cycled around the world on his Penny farthing, visiting 23 countries, and riding 35,405 km.

    Now, he has started a new adventure, he’s off around the world again, but this time he’s headed westward.

    About the Blog:

    Call of the Road is about Joff’s around-the-world adventures on his Penny Farthing bicycle.

    URL: http://www.pennyfarthingworldtour.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    Travel isn’t just my passion, its a way of life. It shows me the truth about the world and its peoples that you don’t see through the screen of a TV.

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    Chérie City

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    Contact: cheriecity (at) hotmail.com
    Author: Neily

    About the Author(s):

    Neily is a half Iranian, half English girl who left Newcastle for the bright lights of London in 2008.  She spent four dreamy years in the land of woolly jumpers and everything twee, studying MA English Literature (with a dash of French) at University of Glasgow.

    A firm believer in the DIY approach, she has run the Petty Vendetta club night at Barfly Glasgow (DJ and band booking) and produced the print zine Smoother & Younger.  This led her to start Chérie City, which has taken her around the world, exploring and writing about Beirut, Toronto, Ghent, Paris, New York, Doha, Singapore and beyond.

    Neily specializes in online journalism and has worked for Sugarscape.com, Metro newspaper and Universal Music Group, and she has contributed to Dazed Digital, NME, Gigwise, Music Week and Art Rocker. She has built websites for private clients and am available for social media consulting and bespoke travel planning.

    About the Blog:

    Chérie City has been live since July 2009 and has been featured in Time Out London and Thomas Cook Magazine.  It was also nominated in the Top 20 Stylish City Blogs by Style-Passport & Hg2 and was a finalist in the ACHICA Blog Awards 2012.

    It’s a blog for those design enthusiasts who are equally enthralled by Eastern European artistic squat communities, tiny Paris bistros by Michelin star chefs and afternoon Pret-a-Portea at The Berkeley. Chérie City is a place to discover off-the-map hidden bars and cafes, find out about upcoming events and get the low-down on the obvious city must-sees.

    URL: http://cheriecity.co.uk/

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    A Compass Rose

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    Contact: bonnie (at) bonnie-rose.co.uk
    Authors: Bonnie Rose

    About the Author(s):

    Bonnie Rose was born in Oxford, England and grew up in Europe moving every two to three years, due to being a daughter of an USAF officer. At the age of seventeen, she moved with her family to the United States, where Bonnie went on to University in 2001. Bonnie attended Harding University where she majored in Theatre with a minor in Ministry, and went on to study Cosmetology for a license in the beauty industry. Bonnie is married with two young kids.

    About the Blog:

    Bonnie Rose started her blog in 2005, days before her first born son came into the world. Now he is just days away from celebrating his first double digit birthday. Bonnie thinks of everything that has happened in the past ten years and wonders how it all fit into one decade. Some of it made it onto her blog, others did not and happened during a period of downtime away from the blogosphere.

    Bonnie has taken a lot of her favourite photographs specially for the blog and her self portrait series. She has blogged every day for the most part of a year, working on a consistent flow of posts that covered photography, travel, third culture kids, and expat life.

    URL: http://bonnieroseblog.co.uk/

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    Coombe Mill Blog

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    Contact: mail (at) coombemill.com
    Authors: Fiona

    About the Author(s):

    Fiona, the writer behind the Coombe Mill Blog, is the wife to Farmer Nick and mummy to six children. She manages the office at Coombe Mill and is most visitors’ first contact upon arrival. She welcomes everyone to Coombe Mill with a smile and loves sharing all of the exciting things to do on the farm and in the area with her guests.

    She keeps everyone updated with the latest farm news via the Coombe Mill blog, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more.

    About the Blog:

    The Coombe Mill Blog shares “tales from the farmers wife,” which includes all of the funny and interesting happenings the Cambouropoulos family experiences on their lovely holiday farm. The family includes Farmer Nick, Fiona and their six lively children.The blog gives readers a behind-the-scenes look on balancing family, farming, the holiday business and cooking for all.

    URL: http://www.coombemill.com/blog

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    Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler

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    Contact: crazysexyfuntraveler (at) gmail.com
    Authors: Alex

     

    About the Author:

    Alex is a crazy Slovak girl who made traveling the reason of her life. In 2010, she quit her stewardess job and hasn’t stopped traveling since. Her motto is, ”I live to travel, I travel to live.” She writes about crazy travel, fun adventures and sexy photos.

    About the Blog:

    Alex’s blog is a place to learn about her adventures snorkeling, hiking, horseback riding, visiting the spa, exploring cities and everything else she does along her travels. In addition to providing unbeatable travel stories, Alex offers readers accommodation recommendations, travel guides, tips and much more.

    URL: http://www.crazysexyfuntraveler.com/

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    Cruise Miss

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    Contact: CruiseMiss (at) Live.co.uk
    Authors: Danielle

     

    About the Author(s):

    Danielle found her passion for cruising back in 2007, when at the age of 21, she embarked on her first cruise voyage onboard P&O Cruises, Oriana.

    Her first cruise was the complete opposite of everything she had imagined a cruise to be. It was fun, full of energy, and the average age was definitely not 80. She didn’t have to wear a dress every evening as she had expected. Those twelve days on-board really were amazing and it is fair to say she definitely caught what is often referred to as “the cruising bug.”

    When Danielle is not at sea, she spends her ‘shore days’ working within cruise travel. You may have seen her name mentioned through expert comment, quotes for press purposes and articles on Travel Bulletin, The Sun Online, Direct Travel, Travel Daily News, TravelMole, Breaking Travel News, Travolution, Captain Greybeard Blog and Cruise Industry News.

    About the Blog:

    The Cruise Miss blog provides readers with travel stories, advice and news relating to cruises and the cruising industry.

    URL: http://cruisemiss.com/

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    Easy Hiker

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    Contact: easy.hiker57 (at) gmail.com
    Authors: Michael and Marlys Schuermann

     

    About the Author(s):

    Michael and Marlys Schuermann work as a team and travel in the UK and all over Europe to sniff out easy hiking and walking trails and blog about them. Michael, formerly of the BBC and Eurosport, is the author of a guide book about Paris. Currently based in London.

    About the Blog:

    Active holidays are trending among the young and old alike. Easy Hiker has always promoted destinations that offer walking, hiking and trekking plus the usual cultural, historical and culinary attractions of a destination.

    URL: http://easyhiker.co.uk

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    Travel quickens the mind, opens new horizons and broadens our perception of the world around us.

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    Emily Luxton Travels

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    Author: Emily Luxton

     

    About the Author(s):

    Emily Luxton is a blogger and freelance writer based in Hampshire. She’s a lover of adventure, hiking, and sunsets. A slow traveller, spa aficionado, street art enthusiast, secret geek, photographer, and foodie. She’s constantly on the hunt for fun, indulgence, or adventure – depending on mood.

    About the Blog:

    Emily Luxton Travels is a fun and colourful travel blog which was named Wanderlust Magazine’s Travel Blog of the Year 2014 and DFDS Seaways’ Best Travel Blog 2015. Topics and trip styles are diverse, but overall this is a blog about a passion for travel – of all kinds. The blog promotes ‘deep travel'; exploring slowly and going beyond the typical tourist experiences, with a focus on adventure, overland/slow travel, and occasional luxury.

    URL: http://emilyluxton.co.uk

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I love experiencing new and different things everyday – whether it’s new cultures, food, landscapes, challenges, or experiences.

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    EmTalks

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    Contact: emtalks (at) gmail.com
    Author: Em Sheldon

     

    About the Author(s):

    Em Sheldon is based between Leeds & London. She has multiple passions, including beauty, fashion, food and all things beachy. She likes to travel — a lot. She’s also a fitness fanatic.

    About the Blog:

    EmTalks is your bible to everything on trend, whether that’s the newest luxury resort, the nicest new beach dress or the best cocktails. If it’s good, Em’s probably been there.

    URL: http://www.emtalks.co.uk

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    To travel is to live.

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    English Mum

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    Contact: englishtowers (at) gmail.com
    Author: Becky Wiggins

     

    About the Author(s):

    Becky Wiggins is a writer and cook and lives in Buckinghamshire with her husband and two teenage boys. Becky was recently shortlisted by the Good Housekeeping Cookery Team as one of the best food bloggers in the UK and fronted Sainsbury’s Love Your Freezer TV campaign. Becky writes extensively in print and online for publications such as Cruise International, The Guardian, The Telegraph and Nat Geo Traveller Family. She was shortlisted in Red Magazine’s Red’s Hot Women Awards and won Best Cruise Blogger in the 2014 Cruise Awards.

    About the Blog:

    English Mum is one of the longest established UK blogs (live since 1996) and features a range of topics based around family travel and food. On the blog, you’ll find delicious recipes, style pages, and travel stories from all over the globe as well as hotel, cruise, restaurant and destination reports and travel news. Becky is a Disney expert and you’ll find features on Disney parks, resorts and cruise ships too.
    URL: http://englishmum.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I’m a firm believer in creating memories to treasure – when we’re old and grey, we won’t remember our possessions, we’ll remember where we travelled and the incredible things we saw.

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    Enjoy the Journey

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    Contact: beth (at) enjoythejourney.org.uk
    Author: Beth & Gaz

     

    About the Author(s):

    Beth & Gaz are two young souls from Yorkshire, England. They’re award winning travel bloggers, digital marketers and rum business owners.

    About the Blog:

    Over the last four years Beth and Gaz have backpacked through the USA, Eastern Europe, Central America, the Caribbean, South East Asia, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and the Philippines.

    On ETJ you’ll find ramblings about how they earn money abroad, what it’s like to be part of Generation Y, hotel reviews and guides to visiting all the places they’ve been fortunate enough to see!

    URL: http://enjoythejourney.org.uk/

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    We love to scuba dive, surf and party on beautiful beaches!

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    The Epic Adventurer

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    Author: Julia Hudson

     

    About the Author(s):

    Julia lives in London and blogs about independent travel for anyone who wants to travel lightly. Originally from Boston, she’s logged plenty of hours in coach.

    About the Blog:

    Curiosity and a sense of humour can make any trip an adventure – The Epic Adventurer is for folks who are just as interested in the culture and politics of a destination as they are in finding great spots to explore and living like a local.

    URL: http://www.theepicadventurer.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    The more I travel, the more I find that the world is a friendly and warm place – I love having friends and family that span the planet.

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    Event Traveller

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    Contact: adam (at) event-traveller.com
    Author: Adam Beaumont

     

    About the Author(s):

    Adam Beaumont is a passionate blogger and traveller from Manchester, UK.

    About the Blog:

    Adam Beaumont’s blog, Event Traveller, chronicles his travels and experiences as he travels around the world visiting major events.

    URL: http://www.event-traveller.com

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    To travel is to experience the life and culture of others.

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    Family Adventure Project

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    Contact: kirstie.pelling (at) btinternet.com
    Authors: Kirstie Pelling and Stuart Wickes

     

    About the Author(s):

    Kirstie Pelling and Stuart Wickes are a journalist and photographer team based in the UK’s Lake District with their three children.

    About the Blog:

    The Family Adventure Project is a blog about family adventure and family travel. It provides inspiration and ideas about exploring the world and your own backyard together.

    URL: http://familyadventureproject.org/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    To travel is to experience the life and culture of others.

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    Family Travel Times

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    Contact: familytraveltimes (at) gmail.com
    Author: Sarah Ebner

     

    About the Author(s):

    My name is Sarah Ebner and I live in London

    About the Blog:

    Family Travel Times is a whole family blog, which means it’s written by all of us, Sarah, and the kids, Jess, aged 13 and Robert, aged 10, and occasionally dad, Brian. We live in London, so we offer many ideas and suggestions for families visiting the capital, but we also cover all aspects of family travel, from days out in the UK to long-haul trips way beyond Europe.
    URL: http://www.familytraveltimes.co.uk/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    We love relax, explore, learn and have fun.

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    Fevered Mutterings

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    Authors: Mike

    About the Author(s):

    Mike, the blogger behind Fevered Mutterings, is an Archaeology student turned professional writer and storytelling consultant. He also considers himself a travelling disaster.

    He has missed countless flights, gotten lost climbing umpteen hills and crossing countless fields, and looked stupid in front of more people than most would believe. However, that’s Mike’s thing and he has realized that his errors are the ticket to great stories and memorable travel experiences.

    About the Blog:

    Fevered Mutterings is a blog about European travel, Mike’s ability to make a living as a writer and the ins and outs of writing (or telling) a good story.

    URL: http://feveredmutterings.com/

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    The Food Explorer

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    Authors: Catherine

    About the Author(s):

    Catherine Quinn is a freelance food and travel journalist contributing to The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph and magazines too numerous to mention. She is also a qualified nutritionist with a Foundation BSC in Nutrition and BANT registration.

    About the Blog:

    Catherine’s The Food Explorer blog is dedicated to offering readers a look into food around the world. She provides descriptions of dishes from around the world and even offers recommendations for the best places to try those dishes when visiting a city or country.

    URL: http://www.thefoodexplorer.co.uk/

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    Geotraveler’s Niche

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    Authors: Lola

    About the Author(s):

    Nigerian-born Lola Akinmade Åkerström’s photography and travel writing are characterized by vibrancy and hope. Obtaining a Masters (MSc) degree in Information Systems from the University of Maryland with a solid background in Geography, she specialized in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for 12+ years and her affinity for the geosciences and maps meant she was born to travel.

    Her work has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, BBC, CNN, The Guardian, Travel + Leisure, Slate, Travel Channel, Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, National Geographic Channel, several in-flight magazines, New York Times online, amongst others.

    About the Blog:

    Lola’s blog showcases her award-winning photography, travel advice, photography tips and stories from around the world. She also offers product reviews, information on giving back to the areas you visit and other valuable resources for travellers and those who are travelling vicariously.

    URL: http://www.lolaakinmade.com/

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    Girl About the Globe

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    Contact: girlabouttheglobe (at) me.com
    Author: Lisa Imogen Eldridge

     

    About the Author(s):

    Lisa Imogen Eldridge is a travel journalist from the small town of Lee-on-the-Solent near Portsmouth in the UK. Her background in the travel industry fuelled her passion for travel and since the age of 21, Lisa has travelled extensively and has now been to 100 countries.

    About the Blog:

    Girl about the Globe is a travel resource for women travelling alone, promoting responsible and ethical travel for the independent woman. The site shows how the world really is for women travelling solo, and includes worldwide destination guides for solos, the best places for anything from beaches to trekking, and all the information you need to empower yourself to travel solo.

    Girl about the Globe is a beacon to a sustainable path. It’ll help you get the most out of your experience and hopefully change the way that you travel, one footprint at a time.

    URL: http://www.girlabouttheglobe.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    Because travelling solo empowers me, provides me with a better education about the world than any textbook, and reminds me that deep down, we are all the same.

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    Girl Tweets World

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    Contact: jayne (at) girltweetsworld.com
    Authors: Jayne Gorman

    About the Author(s):

    Jayne Gorman is a professional travel blogger and social media manager, who is obsessed with books, street art, blogging and sweet treats. After 12 years in London, Jayne is sampling the Sydney lifestyle and sharing her experiences with the world.

    About the Blog:

    Jayne’s blog, Girl Tweets World, offers a window into her life of travelling, tweeting and making a social media based living. Jayne insists you’ll find a heavy dose of her interests weaved throughout her content, but you’ll also find useful travel guides, tales from the road, reviews and helpful tips on travelling, writing and enjoying life.

    URL: http://www.girltweetsworld.com/

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    Globalhelpswap

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    Author: Paul Farrugia / Karen Sargent

     

    About the Author(s):

    In 2009, Paul and Karen had being dating for a year and while they were happy together, they weren’t that happy with the life they were living. Karen was stressed out from working too many hours, and she couldn’t stop thinking there had to be more to life than that.

    Paul and Karen both dreamt about packing their bags and taking off to see the world. And one day they were faced with a dilemma. Paul had just sold a property he owned, and Karen had some money saved  in the bank. They started thinking about buying a home together, until a question popped into their heads, “What if we used the money to go see the world instead?”

    In August of 2010, the two packed their bags, left their jobs, and said goodbye to their family and friends. They set off on what would turn out to be a life changing, 18 month adventure. You can learn more about their adventures and how they seek to have a positive impact on the world on their blog, globalhelpswap.

    About the Blog:

    Paul and Karen write about responsible, local and authentic travel all around the world. They want to show their readers that responsible tourism is fun and magical.

    URL: http://globalhelpswap.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    It opens up our minds

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    Global Grasshopper

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    Authors: Becky and Gray

    About the Author(s):

    Becky and Gray are the UK-based duo behind GlobalGrasshopper – a global magazine and resource for independent travellers. They’re joined by a team of self-confessed travel snobs, and they’re on a mission to discover the world’s most underrated and beautiful places.

    About the Blog:

    Global Grasshopper is where Becky and Gray share their travel tips and inspiration with the world. They provide their readers with stunning photography, destination guides, enthralling stories and inspiration to get out there and see the world like they do.

    URL: http://www.globalgrasshopper.com/

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    Green Traveller

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    Authors: Richard Hammond

    About the Author(s):

    Green Traveller is made up of a team of top-notch travel bloggers that provide you with the latest green travel tips and news. The company was founded in 2006 by Richard Hammond, the former eco-travel correspondent for the Guardian. The site began as Hammond’s blog, and although he still manages the site, he now has a team of writers, photographers, videographers, researchers and designers helping him create a quality resource for travellers.

    About the Blog:

    Green Traveller is a website featuring hundreds of eco-friendly places to stay and fabulous holidays that can be conveniently reached by bike, public transport, train or ferry. The writers and editors also help readers find things to do in the areas they’re visiting, including places to eat and drink, farmers’ markets to visit, places to enjoy a family day out, hikes, sightseeing and more.

    Their aim is to connect sustainable transport with inspiring places and experiences, so you can support local businesses and enjoy big travel adventures at the same time.

    URL: http://www.greentraveller.co.uk/

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    Grumpy Traveller

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    Contact: david.whitley (at) yahoo.co.uk

    Authors: David Whitley

    About the Author:

    David Whitley is an experienced freelance travel journalist. He currently lives in the UK, although he did spend five years in Australia and goes back there rather often. He has a regular column in the UK edition of National Geographic Traveller, and his work has appeared in the likes of the Guardian, Telegraph, Independent, Sunday Times and Metro (UK) plus the Sydney Morning Herald and Sun-Herald over in Oz.

    He does plenty of that online list-making stuff too, most notably for MSN UK and Ninemsn in Australia, whilst he does a lot of blogging for Roundtheworldflights.com. He’s good with coming up with ideas, and spotting unusual angles. He likes to think he can write in a more engaging, entertaining way than most.

    About the Blog:

    Grumpy Traveller started out as a personal blog that allowed David to whinge about the negative side of travel. It has since mutated into something different. The blog is now split into sections, including Grumpy Traveller Blog, Photography, City Guides, Destinations, Reviews, etc. It is a one-stop place for readers to gather travel information and tips, whether they’re looking for travel inspiration or help planning a future trip.

    URL: http://www.grumpytraveller.com/

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    HanWanderlust

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    Contact: han_wanderlust (at) yahoo.com

    Author: Hannah Bryant

     

    About the Author(s):

    Hannah Bryant is a 28-year-old travel blogger originally from Essex, England. She is currently travelling across Australia writing about Working Holiday Visa travel. Hannah has previously traversed across Central America, through jungles, up volcanoes, to remote islands, across Europe and has even settled in Thailand.

    About the Blog:

    At 28, Hannah chose to live life well. She left a good corporate job in London, England and opted for a life of permanent travel, whilst blogging about her adventures along the way. From the shorelines of Thailand, Nicaragua, Panama and beyond to life on a Working Holiday Visa in Australia, Hanwanderlust covers all the people that she has metalong the way, from the jungles, to the beaches and the parties. Funding her future travels and the tears in between, Hanwanderlust is a honest portrayal of how Hannah’s starting her nomadic lifestyle.

    URL: http://www.hanwanderlust.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I love to travel because I believe that it offers the best education you could ever hope to achieve, from learning about new cultures, the history of other cultures, acceptance, learning about yourself and what makes the amazing world around us what it is.

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    Happy Time Blog

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    Authors: Aaron Bradford

     

    About the Author(s):

    Disillusioned by the usual 9 to 5, Aaron Bradford made the ridiculous decision to sell his only asset and saving grace…his childhood home. He used the money to litter the beaches and bars of South East Asia with his presence for about 18 months. Cementing the idea that there were in-fact better things to do with my time than work my ass off for the good of someone else.

    And so came HappyTimeBlog – A typical sound off from another wannabe Nat Geo reporter. What began as a travel diary quickly turned into a way to keep the freedom alive.

    About the Blog:

    Ever wondered what it’s like to sell it all and go backpacking around the world? – That’s just what Aaron Bradford did.

    His blog is the story of how he took a laptop, some determination and a fistful of cash, and turned it into a lifestyle… a way to travel the world indefinitely. Through Happy Time Blog, he shares his backpacking experiences, travel tips and ideas on location independence.

    URL: http://happytimeblog.co.uk/

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    Heather on Her Travels

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    Contact: heather (at) eatheronhertravels.com

    Authors: Heather

    About the Author(s):

    As a child, Heather’s parents loved to travel, and every summer they packed up the Morris Minor with camping gear and travelled around Europe.

    As a student, Heather became more adventurous – a ski-season in France, a working holiday in Hong Kong, she studied deforestation in Kenya and pigged out in the highlands of Papua New Guinea. Later, with her husband, she continued her explorations in Europe and around the world, fitting it all in around building their careers and making a nest together.

    The couple moved from London to Bristol, where they happily settled. A growing family meant their travel horizons were a little more limited. However, Heather and her husband still managed to see plenty of Europe, and occasionally, an odd jaunt to Africa. In those days, the demands of juggling business and family meant relaxation and fun with the kids were Heather’s main priorities.

    As Heather’s family grew more independent, she started to look for a little more adventure. She remembered what she really loved about travel, to experience new cultures, connect with people who lived a different way, and enjoy beautiful surroundings, away from my normal busy life.

    Blogging has now become almost as much a passion for Heather as the travel – sometimes she asks herself if she blogs about her travels or travels to fill her blog.

    About the Blog:

    Heatheronhertravels.com is a place to find travel inspiration and information, whether you’re a seasoned traveller or simply enjoying some escapism and dreaming of your next adventure.

    You’ll find tales from Heather’s travels, where she’ll take you with her to meet the people, taste the food and experience the sights and sounds she came across along the way.  Heather offers some great great guest posts too, featuring even more fabulous destinations you’ll want to put on your wish list.

    URL: http://www.heatheronhertravels.com/

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    The Hostel Girl

    Contact: thehostelgirl (at) outlook.com
    Author: Katie Dawes

     

    About the Author(s):

    Katie Dawes is The Hostel Girl. She was born in London, raised on Hayling Island, and she studied in Brighton. Since then, she has lived in Budapest and Amsterdam working for various hostels and a travel confederation before returning to the UK to focus on writing and maintaining TheHostelGirl.com.

    About the Blog:

    The Hostel Girl was founded in January 2014 to share a personal passion for the hostel community. Since then it has become a platform where Katie can share the way in which hostelling advances international understanding and acceptance amongst thousands of travellers worldwide.

    The main focus of the blog is to find ‘homes on the road’ that make independent youth travel more comfortable, and to improve the perception of hostels in the travelling community. Second to this is a commitment to encouraging travellers that budget travel does not have to lessen their overall travel experience.

    URL: http://thehostelgirl.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    Travel makes a person more open to different opportunities, and in this way I have made some of my closest friendships and tried so many new incredible experiences.

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    Indie Travel Podcast

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    Authors: Craig and Linda

     

    About the Author(s):

    Craig and Linda, the two Kiwis behind the Indie Travel Podcast, have been travelling around the world since February of 2006. They’re completely addicted, and they see no end in sight.
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    After several months on the road, Craig and Linda realized they had made some really dumb mistakes. They had gotten stuck in places they couldn’t afford to leave, failed to have insurance at the right time, and made a number of other critical travel errors.

    They learned so many things on the road that they hadn’t ever read in the guidebooks, and they wanted to share their knowledge. The Indie Travel Podcast was born, with their first show recorded in St Albans, England — hosted on a friend’s spare server space.
    Four years later, the Indie Travel Podcast serves as an online home to backpackers, expats, digital nomads and career breakers. Craig and Linda continue to find interesting stories from people on the road, amazing opportunities to fund people’s travels, and practical advice from every continent in the world.

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    Inside the Travel Lab

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    Author: Abigail King

     

    About the Author(s):

    Abi is a writer and photographer who swapped a career as a doctor for a life on the road. In 2007, after five and a half years of working as a hospital doctor, Abi began to follow a different dream. Her dream to become a writer.

    According to Abi, as she looks back, she both laughs at her naivety and amazes herself when she realises just how far she has come. Abi has published in National Geographic Traveler, been approached by the BBC, turned down book deals and even managed to earn a living through her love of words and pictures. She has also been lucky enough to travel the world.

    About the Blog:

    Inside the Travel Lab is Abi’s award-winning travel blog, where she writes about unusual journeys, thoughtful luxury and how you can see the world through different eyes.

    URL: http://www.insidethetravellab.com

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    Isabelle’s Travel Guide

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    Contact: contact (at) isabellestravelguide.com
    Authors: Isabelle

    About the Author(s):

    Isabelle, the owner of Isabelle’s Travel Guide, is passionate about travelling. In fact, she’ll claim that it’s her life’s greatest passion. She loves traveling the world, with her camera in her hand, discovering new destinations and experiencing new adventures. She hopes her blog will inspire others to get out there and travel too.

    About the Blog:

    Before starting her blog, Isabelle noticed she was scouring the web for hours searching for travel information and advice before visiting a destination. She wanted a one-stop-shop where she could find all of the information in one place. Since she couldn’t find that anywhere on the web, Isabelle decided to start Isabelle’s Travel Guide — a place readers can visit to find all of the information they need to know about their vacation destination.

    URL: http://www.isabellestravelguide.com/

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    The Itinerant

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    Authors: Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent

    About the Author(s):

    Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent is a travel writer who loves visiting some of the world’s most remote regions. Her latest book, A Short Ride in the Jungle: the Ho Chi Minh Trail by Motorcycle was released in 2014. One of Bolingbroke-Kent’s most obscure adventures took place in 2005, when she and her friend Jo drove a pink tuk tuk from Bangkok to England. They won the Guinness World Record for the longest journey ever in an auto rickshaw.

    Her fearless adventures didn’t end there, as Antonia continues to travel the world in search of the next dusty, dirty and downright awesome adventure.

    About the Blog:

    The Itinerant is where Antonia’s followers can keep up with her whereabouts and read about her past adventures. It’s also a place to gather travel inspiration and learn everything you need to know about embarking on a grand adventure like the many Antonia has experienced.

    URL: http://www.theitinerant.co.uk/

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    Jet Lag and Mayhem

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    Authors: Nicola

    About the Author(s):

    Nicola, the founder of Jet Lag and Mayhem, has always loved to travel, and she hasn’t let having kids stop her from being on the go. In fact, her mission is to turn her little ones in to little jetsetters. Nicola is quickly becoming in expert in all things family travel, and she’s happy to share her findings with her readers.

    About the Blog:

    Jet Lag and Mayhem is a travel blog offering parents tips for travelling with kids. Nicola provides her readers with tons of travel advice, travel gadget reviews, packing checklists, planning tips and travel guides to countless destinations around the world.

    URL: http://www.jetlagandmayhem.com/

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    A Lady in London

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    Authors: Julie

     

    About the Author(s):

    Julie, the mastermind behind A Lady in London, is a London-based travel writer and consultant. Julie is originally from California, and she’s a graduate of Brown University in Rhode Island. Following graduation, she quickly began a career in finance, where she spent several years working for Goldman Sachs and a hedge fund in San Francisco. This is all before Julie moved to the UK to launch the A Lady in London blog in 2007. She has now visited more than 100 countries and is still counting.

    Julie’s travel writing and recommendations have been featured on National Geographic Intelligent Travel, Lonely Planet, BA High Life, Time Out, Metro, and other leading travel and lifestyle publications.

    About the Blog:

    You’ll find Julie’s unbeatable travel planning tips, stories, recommendations and adventures from around the world on her blog, A Lady in London.

    URL: http://www.aladyinlondon.com/

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    Laura the Explorer

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    Authors: Laura

    About the Author(s):

    Laura has been travelling since shortly after she finished her degree; a month in Thailand soon turned into a couple of years across Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Fiji, Indonesia, Iceland and more. And at the moment, Laura sees no reason to stop.
    Over the years, Laura has worked as a waitress, barmaid, telesales person, web content writer, customer services representative and fruit picker. Almost every job she has ever had has been temporary and low paying. However, Laura is convinced that you don’t need to be rich to travel, you just need to want it badly enough.
    Laura started a travel blog to update her readers on her whereabouts, tell interesting stories, provide information about destinations and inspire readers to get out and travel just like she did.

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    Laura the Explorer is where you’ll find all of Laura’s travel stories, advice and inspiration. Check out the places she’s been, find your dream destination, take a look at her personal bucket list and pick up some invaluable travel tips.

    URL: http://www.lauraexplorer.co.uk/

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    The Little Backpacker

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    Authors: Jodie Louise

    About the Author(s):

    Jodie is a twenty-something, rather short British girl who constantly has itchy feet. She took four years out on a ‘gap year’ before heading back to university to study Primary Teaching. She’s a serial gap year taker.

    After turning down her place at university in 2010, she has either been working her butt off or travelling around with a backpack and her boyfriend. Her whole love for travelling started off with a volunteering trip to South Africa, and most recently, she has been living, working and falling in love with Scotland.

    These days, you can find Jodie studying at Roehampton University, living in London and finding out how to be a student again. All while she continues to travel with her boyfriend and discover more of Europe.

    About the Blog:

    The Little Backpacker is where Jodie documents her adventures, shares her photographs, reviews everything and gives fellow travellers all the need-to-know tips on adventure and budget travel. And don’t be surprised if you find the occasional “life” post.

    URL: http://thelittlebackpacker.com/

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    Little Travel Bee

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    Authors: Laura

    About the Author(s):

    Based in London and whilst working full time, Laura tries to fit in as much travel as possible.  She loves visiting new places and has been lucky enough to travel quite a bit without taking a gap year from university or work. When having a mini mid life crisis at the age of 29, she set herself a goal of visiting 30 places before she turned 30.  She’s happy to say she achieved this in good time – Laura is now 32 and it’s 43 countries and counting.

    About the Blog:

    Laura started her blog to share her adventures and experiences, meet fellow travellers and get lots of new ideas for trips to come. She now plans to branch out into what she loves most … travel planning. Check out her travel planning section to find out more.

    URL: http://littletravelbee.com/

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    Make New Tracks

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    Contact: chrismakenewtracks (at) gmail.com

    Author: Chris A Sharpe

    About the Author(s):

    Chris currently lives in and writes about all things London.

    About the Blog:

    Make New Tracks is all about bringing readers a personal perspective of the nightlife, activities, accommodation and culture in London and around the world. Chris writes about everything from the best brunch spots to the finest craft beer pubs and everything in between. Join Chris as he makes new tracks across the world.

    URL: http://www.makenewtracks.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    When I look back on my life, the memories I have made from my travels will be the one thing I will not only remember but use to define who I am and my outlook on life as a whole.

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    Mallory on Travel

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    Contact: malloryontravel (at) gmail.com

    Authors: Iain Mallory

    About the Author(s):

    Iain Mallory has always been aware that he had a thirst for adventure, but it became undeniably clear when serving in the Armed Forces. As a member of the Army Physical Training Corps, he served as a Warrant Officer. His role was to run the gyms and recreational facilities while organizing his unit’s fitness programs.

    Another huge part of his responsibilities was to organize, coordinate and instruct others for adventurous outdoor pursuit expeditions around the world. This job gave him plenty of opportunities to get out and explore the world, while becoming highly qualified in adventure activities like kayaking, skiing, mountaineering and diving.

    Mallory has been to every continent and has visited countless destinations to pursue adventure. You’ll find out more about his lust for travel and adventure on his highly visited Mallory on Travel blog.

    About the Blog:

    Mallory on Travel is a place to learn about amazing places, gain invaluable blogging, travel and photography tips, check out Mallory’s impressive photos, and gain travel inspiration for your own future adventures.

    URL: http://malloryontravel.com/

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    Matt Prior Adventure Academy

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    Authors: Matt Prior

    About the Author(s):

    Matt has lived and worked in the United Kingdom, Australia and Hong Kong. After completing his degree, he served for six years in the Royal Air Force flying Tucanos and Hawks before being subject to the UK Defense cuts.

    Since his teenage years, he has travelled to almost 100 countries. Some of the more interesting include: Argentina, Bolivia, Bosnia, Botswana, Chile, China, Falkland Islands, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lesotho, Nepal, Norway, Russia, Peru, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Tibet, Turkmenistan, the UAE, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Zambia.

    Matt has been approached by National Geographic, the Discovery Channel and the BBC for his overland expertise and willingness to push boundaries, and he is the world record holder for the Highest Altitude Reached by a Taxi – 17,143ft.

    About the Blog:

    Matt describes his blog as, “Anything and everything to do with adventure and how it can benefit your life.”

    URL: http://www.mpadventureacademy.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love travel

    New people. New experiences. New opportunities. Happiness.

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    A Modern Mother

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    Authors: Susanna Scott

     

    About the Author(s):

    Susanna founded the BritMums influencer network in 2008 after a career in marketing. She is often quoted as a pioneer in the Mum Blogging space, has been named a top female entrepreneur and featured in The Times, The FT, The Independent, The Guardian, The Sun, and Red magazine, amongst others. Susanna speaks frequently about blogging, social networking and the BritMums community at industry events. She also loves to travel and eat.

    About the Blog:

    Susanna Scott dove into motherhood head first. She had no idea what she was getting herself into. She had three children in less than three years. Starting a blog was cheaper than therapy, so she created A Modern Mother.

    The blog chronicles her life, her travels and includes other random thoughts. In it, you will meet Susanna’s husband and her three girls. They reside blissfully in a small town in the Thames Valley.

    URL: http://amodernmother.com/

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    The Mum Blog

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    Authors: Liz Jarvis

    About the Author(s):

    Liz Jarvis is an award-winning British travel blogger. She has been the leading British mummy travel blogger since 2009 and is widely known as a travel expert. She’s based in London and loves to blog about anything that interests her and her family, which often includes travel, movies, games, and of course, chocolate.

    About the Blog:

    The Mum Blog is one of the United Kingdom’s top parenting and travel blogs. It’s a place where readers can find family travel tips, product reviews, travel fashion tips and other essential travel information geared toward women, especially those with kids.

    URL: http://www.themumblog.com/

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    Mum on the Brink

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    Authors: Monika

    About the Author(s):

    Monika is the co-creator of three little humans, curator of multilingual chaos, organiser of family adventures, and lover of new technology, gadgets and camping.

    She swapped a life of commuting, advising others on how to create communities and how to share what you learn on the job to being part of a community herself.  She joined the club of parents and then ventured online to find parent bloggers in this growing online world in the Spring of 2010.

    About the Blog:

    On her Mum on the Brink blog, Monika share the ups and downs, ins and outs of the most important role she’s ever held — that of being a mother. Her love for traveling with her family is reflected in her blog, where she shares stories and advice on how to make the most out of your travels as a family.

    URL: http://mumonthebrink.com

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    Mums do travel

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    Contact: gretta (at) mumsdotravel.com

    Author: Gretta Schifano

    About the Author(s):

    Gretta is a freelance journalist and blogger. She has lived in Italy and Spain and now lives near Oxted in Surrey, England, with her husband and two children (born in 1998 and 2002). She’s a member of the British Guild of Travel Writers and was previously a BBC radio producer.

    About the Blog:

    Mums do travel focuses on family travel. Gretta writes about our own family travel experiences, and she shares travel tips and advice. She writes a popular monthly feature about things to do in London with kids, and she also interviews other parents about their family travels.

    As her kids get older, she’s also writing about travel without kids. Mums do travel won the prestigious BritMums BiB award for the best travel blog in 2014 and is listed as one of the UK’s best travel blogs by Cision, Trips100 and others. Gretta is active on social media and has strong followings on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

    URL: http://mumsdotravel.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I love travel because it exposes me to new experiences, cultures and customs and it makes me look at things differently.

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    Never Ending Footsteps

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    Contact: Lauren (at) neverendingfootsteps.com

    Author: Lauren Juliff

    About the Author(s):

    Lauren Juliff is a full-time traveller, originally from London. She’s a travel blogger, author of the memoir How Not to Travel the World, and a walking disaster. Her incidents include being scammed, robbed, and assaulted, getting caught up in a tsunami, and eating a cockroach.

    About the Blog:

    Never Ending Footsteps is about following your dreams, no matter how many curve balls life throws at you. Lauren considers herself the unluckiest traveller in the world, but she shows that transformation is still possible through forcing yourself out of your comfort zone. Never Ending Footsteps covers how to travel with anxiety, what it’s like to be terrified of everything, and a ridiculous amount of disastrous travel tales.

    URL: http://www.neverendingfootsteps.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I love to travel because it makes me feel free.

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    No Place To Be

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    Contact: poiandkirsty (at) gmail.com

    Author: Poi and Kirsty

    About the Author(s):

    Poi and Kirsty are from Lincoln, England. Over the last 5 years, they’ve spent two years in Asia, two years in London, Honeymooned in Africa and worked a winter season in Austria. Now they’re moving to Romania.

    About the Blog:

    Poi and Kirsty’s blog, No Place To Be, focuses on the couple’s experiences around the world from the fun of the journey itself to adrenaline fuelled adventures. They share everything from the road including the funny, painful, inspirational and informative.

    URL: http://www.noplacetobe.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I love to travel because it makes me feel free.

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    North East Family Fun

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    Contact: SamanthaRickelton (at) googlemail.com
    Authors: Samantha

    About the Author(s):

    Samantha Rickelton is the driving force behind North East Family Fun, she was the winner of the North East Blogger of the Year award in 2014 and a MAD blog finalist in the same year. She has worked with with Butlins, Center Parcs, Lightwater Valley, Alnwick Garden, Jesmond Dene House, Prezzo, Jamies Italian, The Grand Hotel, La Tasca, The National Trust, The Fat Hippo and countless other companies, attractions and sites.

    About the Blog:

    North East Family Fun is an award winning travel and lifestyle blog featuring the adventures of Rickelton’s family of five throughout the North East and beyond.

     

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    Oh, The Places We Will Go!

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    Authors: Selena

    About the Author(s):

    Selena is a Texas accountant who married a globe-trotting Englishman. She has been in London for three years, and she loves the city. However, she and her husband still travel as much as possible.

    Although, you won’t Selena wearing hiking boots or carrying a backpack. She’s a 40-something travel blogger who hits the road with her husband to experience the world outside of her comfort zone but outside of the hostel zone too.

    About the Blog:

    Selena’s blog, Oh, The Places We Will Go, is where you can read about her (and her husband’s) adventures, and her life as an expat in London. Her hope is that she’ll inspire you to get out and travel too.

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    On the Luce

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    Contact: lucydodsworth (at) yahoo.com

    Author: Lucy Dodsworth<br\>

    About the Author(s):

    Part-time traveller, full-time travel obsessive, Lucy Dodsworth is a freelance editor/designer and travel blogger based in Cheltenham in the UK who has been blogging ‘On the Luce’ for the last four years.

    About the Blog:

    On the Luce provides inspiration and information to independent travellers to help them make the most of their travel time. The site features travel destinations from across the UK, Europe and beyond, highlighting the sights, culture and experiences that make each place unique.

    The site focuses on budget-luxe travel – saving where you can so you can splash out on memorable experiences like a special place to stay or activity – part-time travel, unusual attractions, city breaks, train travel and wine regions.

    URL: http://www.ontheluce.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    To experience new cultures, opinions, history, ideas, landscapes and food.

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    One Step 4Ward

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    Author: Johnny Ward

     

    About the Author(s):

    Johnny Ward is aiming to become the first person from Ireland to visit every country in the world. He’s a huge advocate of lifestyle design, and refuses to subscribe to a nine-to-five job. Ever. Start-ups, digital nomadism and SEO have given him the freedom to live his life on his own terms. He helps people learn how at his travel and lifestyle blog at onestep4ward.com.

    About the Blog:

    Onestep4ward.com is where Johnny inspires you to change your life. Find travel tips, gear reviews, destination guides, lesson on making money abroad, and the motivation you need to get out and start living a more fulfilling life.

    URL: http://www.onestep4ward.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    To experience new cultures, opinions, history, ideas, landscapes and food.

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    Pack Your Passport

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    Author: Beverley<br

    About the Author(s):

    In 2010, Beverley left England to pursue a life of work and travel on the other side of the world, starting in Australia and then moving to New Zealand. Now, she balances life in London as a freelance writer and online marketing consultant with her undeniably love for travel. You can follow her journey as she explores the world without living out of a suitcase.

    About the Blog:

    Beverley’s blog, Pack Your Passport, is where you can find everything you need to know about the destinations she has visited, travel tips, inspiration, travel photography and interesting tales of how Beverley faces her fears on the road.

    URL: http://www.pack-your-passport.com/

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    Pommie Travels

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    Contact: vbrewood (at) gmail.com
    Author: Victoria Brewood

     

    About the Author(s):

    Originally from Manchester in the UK, Victoria packed her Broadcast Journalism degree into her suitcase and now travels all over the world as a full-time travel blogger. Creating vlogs, blogs and inspiring photographs, she encourages others to travel the world solo too.

    About the Blog:

    Pommie Travels is a solo female travel blog covering destinations all over the world including the United States, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Madagascar, Russia, Iceland, Morocco, Tunisia, Israel, Montenegro, Croatia, Italy, Portugal, Germany, France, Spain, Poland, Norway, Denmark, Myanmar, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Laos and many more.

    The site features product, flight and hotel reviews, as well as travel tips, travel guides and inspiration for countries all over the world.

    URL: http://www.pommietravels.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I love the feeling that absolutely anything could happen- you don’t know who you’ll meet or what incredible moments you’ll create together.

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    The Quirky Traveller

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    Contact: zoe (at) thequirkytraveller.com
    Author: Zoë Dawes

     

    About the Author(s):

    Born in the seaside town of Southport, Zoë has lived and worked all over the world and now resides back in the NW with the Lake District on her doorstep.

    About the Blog:

    The Quirky Traveller Blog is a place to discover diverse articles on interesting places to see and unusual things to do in the UK and abroad. There’s a dash of history, art and literature for the culture vulture to enjoy plus a flavour of the local and exotic in food and gastronomy around the globe.

    URL: http://www.thequirkytraveller.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    Travel is in my DNA; I was born with the wanderlust gene and get profound satisfaction and intense enjoyment from exploring this fascinating planet from my front door to the other side of the world.

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    Rambling Man

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    Authors: Andrew Bowden

     

    About the Blog:

    It all started with a short trip to the Yorksshire Dales in 2007. Along with his other half, Andrew Bowden  spent a day and a half on the Pennine Way walking between Gargrave and Horton-in-Ribblesdale. The third day, he and his wife spent the day walking around Horton before heading home.

    Despite it raining heavily for the first day, and not being amazing on the second, he suggested to Catherine that they should do more of it. So they did.

    Early in 2011, he decided to create a new, dedicated website to house his tales of long distance walking in the UK. It’s called Rambling Man.

    URL: http://ramblingman.org.uk/

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    Reclaiming My Future

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    Authors: Toni

    About the Author(s):

    Toni is a girl that likes to travel, and she’s a girl who has realized that she likes to travel in a specific way. She travels organized, with a plan and in a less stressful manner. She wears a backpack but doesn’t consider herself a backpacker. She like luxuries when she can afford them, and she likes to buy things as well as moments.

    She doesn’t travel with an agenda to go off the beaten track or avoid tourist destinations.  She travels wherever she wants and is able to and in whatever style she likes. Toni believes that the beauty in travel is to do it in your own way.

    Originally from the sunny South Coast of the UK, Toni now calls Bondi Beach home. She has had the good fortune to travel around South East Asia for a few months and Africa for a few weeks, and she now finds herself in what she considers the most amazing little suburb in Australia.

    About the Blog:

    Toni’s blog, Reclaiming My Future, is where she writes about whatever she wants. She’ll tell you about her travel experiences and how those experiences make her feel. She’ll give you advice, entertain you with personal stories and help you reclaim your future too.

    URL: http://www.reclaimingmyfuture.com/

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    Restlessjo

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    Author: Johanna Bradley

     

    About the Author(s):

    Johanna Bradley is the mind behind Restlessjo, and she lives on the coast in the north east of England. Her favourite haunts are the North York Moors and England’s stunning coastline, but she’s always interested in new places to explore. She’s hoping you’ll join her on her journeys.

    About the Blog:

    ‘Roaming at home and abroad’ is the sub-heading to Johann’s blog, and that’s pretty much what she does. Walking is one of her favourite activities, and she has a regular Monday walk feature, open to everyone to take part in. The walks can be local, but can equally well be in Portugal or wherever the mood takes her. Johanna considers herself lucky to have a home in the Algarve and an extensive Polish family, so she never has a shortage of material.

    URL: http://www.restlessjo.wordpress.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I’m simply restless by nature, and eager not to waste any opportunity that I might have to see a little more in this life.

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    Rhyme and Ribbons

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    Author: Amanda

     

    About the Author(s):

    Amanda was raised in the desert of New Mexico.  She went to university in the South for an undergraduate degree in international politics, but the performing arts were always her most passionate hobby.  While at university she had the opportunity to study drama abroad in London, and she lept at it. It turned out to be a life-changing opportunity. After graduation, she immediately returned to England to study drama and engage in the arts professionally. She has an MA in Acting.

    About the Blog:

    Rhyme and Ribbons is a blog that Amanda started to keep track of the small and large things in her life. Much of it involves food, travel, small and large adventures. You’ll find unbeatable recipes, travel tales, tips, a helpful insider’s look at London and much more on her blog.

    URL: http://rhymeandribbons.com/

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    Rexy Edventures

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    Authors: Ed

    About the Author(s):

    Ed Rex is the Founder and Travel Editor for RexyEdventures  and The Deaf Traveller. He has worked for numerous travel brand organisations including lowcostholidays, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, MyDestination and Hotel.info.

    Ed offers a unique outlook on deaf travel as he is profoundly deaf himself. He often shares his thoughts on being a deaf traveller in many disability related websites, including Australian Hearing and Disability View.

    About the Blog:

    Ed Rex’s blog, RexyEdventures, was created in 2011 as a way for Ed to share his adventurous spirit with the world. The blog also aims to inspire deaf travelers to pick up a backpack, hit the road and start their own travel adventures. Many times, Ed will book a flight to an unknown destination without any planning or research. This is where a number of the blog’s most interesting tales and travel tips are born.

    URL: http://rexyedventures.com/category/blog/

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    Runaway Jane

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    Contact: runawayjane (at) hotmail.co.uk
    Authors: Jane

    About the Author(s):

    When Jane was 17 years old, she booked a one-way ticket to Australia. Jane says she still remembers the feeling of exhilaration she had upon arrival at Melbourne Airport, and it’s a feeling she been able to shake yet.

    She became hooked on travel, and over the following years, she travelled extensively around Europe, parts of North Africa and South America. She became a full-time travel writer and blogger in 2010.

    About the Blog:

    In October of 2014, Jane decided to go back to university and study for a degree in International Studies. Less than a year later, in May 2015, she decided to shift this blog’s focus from tourist destinations to the social issues that impact people around the world. The blog is still in the transition phase, but Jane hopes you’ll stick around to follow her on her travels and discover more about the social issues in the many places she visits.

    URL: http://www.runawayjane.com/

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    She Gets Around

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    Author: Jen Lowthrop

     

    About the Author(s):

    Jen is a country girl living the city life in London. She loves the busy city life, but loves to escape, whether it’s to climb new mountains up north or escape further afield to foreign lands. When not travelling she is either writing, reading or baking cakes!

    About the Blog:

    Jen writes a mixture of local posts about London and the Derbyshire countryside where she grew up or about adventures across the world. She is addicted to America but her number one country for everything you could wish for in a trip is India. It has everything, the food, the sites, the beaches, the mountains and some of the most wonderful people.

    URL: http://www.shegetsaround.co.uk

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    Travel makes me happy, there is no better feeling than sitting on a bus, train, plane or car just waiting for the new destination and adventure to begin.

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    SilverSpoon London

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    Contact: angiesilver7 (at) gmail.com
    Author: Angie Silver

     

    About the Author(s):

    Angie is a London-based blogger with a love for the finer things in life and a passion for luxury hotels and fine-dining as well as exciting new experiences and adventure.

    About the Blog:

    SilverSpoon London is lifestyle, food and luxury travel blog following Angie’s adventures in her hometown of London and around the world. She aims to give the low-down on London’s hottest new restaurants as well as cool and inspiring destinations globally.

    URL: http://www.silverspoonlondon.co.uk/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    You can never truly understand the culture and history of the place until you visit.

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    Small Crazy

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    Author: Yishyene

     

    About the Author(s):

    Yishyene (her mom made up her name) was born and raised in Malaysia, educated in Australia, and she now use London (where she has lived for 8 years) as a base to travel the world.

    About the Blog:

    Yishyene writes mainly about travel, life in London, and personal style. Her special interests are Portugal (Porto), Italy, and Iceland. She loves that life is colourful.

    URL: http://www.smallcrazy.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    You can never truly understand the culture and history of the place until you visit.

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    Smith Travel Blog

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    Authors: Mr. and Mrs. Smith

    About the Blog:

    Mr. and Mrs. Smith’s luxury travel blog, Smith Travel Blog, is where they hand-pick the best luxury and boutique hotels in the industry and bring them to you. Their goal is to help you create the ideal romantic getaway. It’s a place where you can get the low-down from the original style-seekers’ latest good-time hunting expeditions, find destination inspiration, discover outstanding travel offers and learn insider tips from around the world.

    URL: http://blog.mrandmrssmith.com/

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    South West Reviews

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    Contact: emma (at) southwestreviews.co.uk
    Authors: Emma Day

    About the Author(s):

    Emma Day, the editor of South West Reviews, has 10 years of experience working in the hospitality and retail sectors, in addition to a 2:1 honours degree in Hospitality Management. She is a freelance writer, with experience writing both product and service reviews, from her popular parenting and lifestyle blog, Crazy With Twins.

    About the Blog:

    Based in the centre of the Cotswolds, South West Reviews covers a variety of attractions in the South West of England, and beyond. This includes international trips abroad and travel operators too.

    Reviews on the site include restaurants, bars & public houses, cafes, tea rooms, nightclubs, hotels & guest houses, local walks, leisure parks, zoos, shops & shopping centres, events and a whole variety of places of interest.

    As a member of a family of five, the editor aims to review these venues and attractions from a family-friendly standpoint; however, many of the reviews are also directed toward couples. If you’re looking for non-biased reviews of South West England, there’s no better blog to frequent than South West Reviews.

    URL: http://southwestreviews.co.uk/

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    Taylor Hearts Travel

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    Contact: taylorheartstravel (at) gmail.com
    Author: Char Taylor

     

    About the Author(s):

    Char Taylor is an impatient travel addict, an explorer, an opportunist, and a dreamer. She has been blogging for just over a year and has collected quite a few achievements along the way. However, she has been travelling a lot longer than she has been blogging.

    In 2007, Char backpacked her way round the world, and since then, she hasn’t stopped. She somehow manages to squeeze in amazing adventures alongside her full-time job. You can check out where Char been by checking out the ‘destinations’ section of her blog. She has zip-lined across the Guatemalan jungle, climbed inside a pyramid in Egypt, been on safari in Kenya, skied in Colorado and embarked on countless other adventures. Char says she never wants to be the person that just dreams of doing amazing things and seeing the world, she wants to make them happen.

    About the Blog:

    Shortlisted for “Best Female” in the lowcostholidays Blogger Awards 2014, and featured in Company Magazine’s High-Street Edit as a favourite bloggerTaylor Hearts Travel is a UK travel lifestyle blog. It showcases stylish, unique and exciting travels for you, your home and your wardrobe.URL: http://taylorheartstravel.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I have seen a lot and want you to see some of it, all of it and may be even more.

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    Team Nomad

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    On Feb. 2, 2014, an ordinary couple from Warrington, UK, decided to make the momentous decision to quit their jobs and work their way around the world for the next year. The two are Steve and Becky of Team Nomad.

    About the Blog:

    Steve and Becky promise to blog regularly and to write articles that they would want to read; articles that are useful to fellow travellers and that are brutally honest about what’s good and what’s bad about everywhere they visit.

    As well as writing about the places they visit, Steve and Becky throw in a number of articles about how to make money while you travel and about any volunteer opportunities that come their way.

    URL: http://teamnomad.co.uk/

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    That Adventurer

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    Author: Hannah

     

    About the Author(s):

    Hannah is the writer behind That Adventurer, a travel blog which aims to inspire people to try new things and see the adventure in the everyday.

    Hannah has been lucky enough to travel from an early age, and her earliest travel memory is climbing up Mount Vesuvius (reluctantly) in jelly shoes at age six. It was hot, and she was moody.

    Having moved to London from the Norfolk coast at the end of last year, Hannah is learning to balance a 9-6 job with a desire to travel as much as possible.

    About the Blog:

    That Adventurer is where you’ll read about all of Hannah’s wildest adventures, destinations, book reviews and restaurant reviews. It’s also a place where you can gather tons of helpful travel advice and travel planning tools.

    URL: http://www.thatadventurer.co.uk

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    This Battered Suitcase

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    Authors: Brenna Holeman

    About the Author(s):

    Brenna Holeman, the owner of This Battered Suitcase, is originally from Canada, and her passion has always been travel. After eight nomadic years and nearly 90 countries, she is currently living in London and fulfilling her other dream of becoming a writer. If she’s not travelling, she’s writing about it, either for her blog, her job, or her master’s degree. She firmly believes there is adventure everywhere, as long as you keep your eyes open.

    About the Blog:

    Brenna Holeman sees her blog differently than others. She doesn’t want it to be a place you go for “Top 10″ lists or other attention-grabbing titles that are not often backed with useful information. Her blog is a place to find inspiration to travel, whether you’re interested in luxury vacations or backpacking through Southeast Asia.

    Brenna’s goal, through The Battered Suitcase, is to create a fun and interactive website centred on all that travel stands for: new people, new cultures, new landscapes, new food, new outlooks on life. Another cool feature of Holeman’s blog is that there is no paid advertising on it – it is solely for her stories and yours if you care to share.

    URL: http://www.thisbatteredsuitcase.com/

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    Tips for Travellers

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    Authors: Gary Bembridge

     

    About the Author(s):

    Gary Bembridge was born in Zimabwe and been based in London since 1987. He has travelled every month of every year for 25 years. He used to be a Global Marketing Vice President for major multi-nationals, but since 2012 has been exclusively focusing on creating travel content including videos, audio podcasts, books and articles. He enjoys exploring the world in comfort and seeking out the must-see places and things to see.

    About the Blog:

    Since 2005, Tips for Travellers has been providing Inspiration, advice, tips and tricks on finding and having a luxurious travel experience on land and sea. All the content is based on Gary’s first-hand experiences from travelling every month of every year for over 25 years – and visiting many destinations multiple times.

    There are videos, audio and video podcasts, articles and books. All written and made by Gary Bembridge.

    URL: http://www.tipsfortravellers.com/

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    Tots to Travel

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    Authors: Wendy Shand

    About the Author(s):

    Wendy Shand has won the Mother@work Best Mumpreneur Award 2007, the Enterprisenation Home Business of the Year Award 2007 and the BT Essence of the Entrepreneur Award 2007. The company was also a regional finalist in the HSBC Start Up Stars awards 2008, a finalist in the StartUps Awards 2008 and a runner up in the Everywomen Awards 2008.

    Wendy has been named Practical Parenting’s Inspirational Business Mum of the Year 2009 and was a runner up in the Remote Worker Awards 2009. She was also shortlisted in the SHINE Women First Awards and more recently won the Fab Woman of the Year 2011 from the Loved by Parents website.

    About the Blog:

    Tots To Travel’s multi-award winning approach gives parents with young children and babies peace of mind and a stress free family holiday experience – from start to finish. After Wendy Shand’s two year old son fell into an unenclosed swimming pool whilst on a family holiday in 2005, she became frustrated by the lack of safe, family friendly holiday accommodation.

    In April 2006, Shand set up Tots To Travel as a unique holiday lettings agency that started by asking the question…

    “what really frustrates mums and dads when they are planning, booking and going on holiday?”

    Shand searched for solutions, and the result is a company that goes to extreme lengths to give families exactly what they want from their holiday.

    URL: https://totstotravel.co.uk/blog/

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    TravelDave
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    Author: Dave Brett

     

    About the Author(s):

    Dave is originally from London, and since 2005, he has travelled to 83 countries around the world and lived in Finland, Holland, Singapore and the United States. He is currently living in Thailand, and you can check out all of his adventures over at Travel Dave, where he also shares useful information on how you can travel the world too.

    About the Blog:

    Travel Dave is all about helping backpackers travel smarter, helping solo travellers gain confidence and helping digital nomads look at taking the jump towards a location independent lifestyle. The blog teaches the ins and outs of running an online business and moving to new, remote, affordable locations around the world for a set period of time. Dave offer loads of useful tips on how to make travel possible.

    URL: http://www.traveldave.co.uk

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    To explore new cultures and new experiences around the world.

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    The Travel Hack

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    Author: Monica

    About the Author(s):

    Monica is a travel blogger from the UK.

    She began travel blogging in 2009 when she left home and went travelling for two years. She bought a backpack and a one-way ticket to Australia and had the most amazing two years of her life as she travelled through Asia and around Australia in a battered old campervan. From the moment that ticket was booked, Monica was hooked on travel, and she has barely stopped since.

    Monica is now based back in the UK, and she travels as much as she can. Sometimes it will be close to home in England or Wales, but she still travels far and wide, and she wants to show you how you can too.

    Monica recently gave birth to a baby boy named George, and she’s determined to carry on travelling and exploring as much as she can, so her little one can be a globetrotter too.

    About the Blog:

    The Travel Hack is all about stylish yet affordable adventures. Monica loves exploring new countries and cultures, getting involved with exciting activities and generally getting her hands dirty and having fun. She also loves the stylish side of travel, and she likes to stay in nice hotels and eat in stylish or unusual restaurants. She’s not always talking about five-star glamour, but affordable luxury and unusual experiences.

    URL: http://thetravelhack.com

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I love realising how big and varied the world is.

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    Travel on Inspiration

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    Authors: Jason Welsh

    About the Author(s):

    Jason, the brains behind Travel on Inspiration, is a twenty-something guy from Essex in the UK. He loves football (both the American and the soccer kind), foreign films, and pretty much all things nerdy (computer games, web design, maths etc.) He knows it’s an unusual combination, but he knows it works.

    For the past six years, Jason has been studying for his degree and Masters in Building Services and Renewable Energy Engineering at London University while working full time. With his Masters Degree now complete, he anticipates having much more time to follow his other passion, travelling.

    About the Blog:

    Jason founded Travel on Inspiration in December 2012, as a place to inspire himself and others to travel, see and experience more. In addition to his own travels, Jason writes about some of the world’s most amazing destinations, offers travel advice and highlights some of the incredible travel bloggers that can be found across the web.

    URL: http://traveloninspiration.com/

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    The Travel Ramble

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    Authors: Martin

    About the Author(s):

    Martin is a light-hearted jokester who loves to travel. He feels he has been fortunate to check a number of items off of his bucket list, and through his adventures, he has realized two things: that he is not a serious person and that he loves to talk about travel.

    About the Blog:

    Martin says his blog, Travel Ramblings, is an outlet to blurt out all of his travel tips and stories, without annoying uninterested parties around him. The blog is a not-so-serious but informative take on all things travel, and you’ll find posts on topics ranging from a photoblog of Prague’s Charles Bridge to Martin’s awkward in-flight experiences.

    URL: http://thetravelramble.co.uk/

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    The Travelista

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    Author: Jess Gibson

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    Jess Gibson, a.k.a The Travelista, is a 20-something jet-setting female on a mission to see the world in style. As a London-based Luxury Travel Blogger with a background in print travel journalism, Jess uses her blog to document all of her exotic travel experiences around the world.

    About the Blog:

    The Travelista is a luxury travel blog that was launched in March 2012 by London-based travel journalist Jess Gibson. The blog features luxury hotel reviews, restaurant reviews, city guides and inspirational bucket-list style content. The blog is also starting to feature a growing amount of London-based content too. As a keen photographer, Jess ensures all blog posts feature high quality and compelling images that really capture the essence of her travel experiences. Recent destinations featured on The Travelista include The Maldives, Tanzania, Cape Town, Malaysia and Tuscany.

    URL: http://thetravelista.net

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    I am in love with the concept of adventures and to me every time I travel I get to experience a new adventure full of new people, places, landscapes and cultures.

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    Travelling For Fun

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    Authors: Ross

    About the Blog:

    Travelling for fun offers travellers and those interested in starting to travel a variety of tips and itineraries to help create the perfect getaway. The blog is driven by adventure and a desire to always do something different, so amidst the helpful guides and information on more than 70 countries, you’ll find some comedic rants and funny stories too.

    URL: http://www.thisbatteredsuitcase.com/

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    TravMonkey

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    Authors: Paul

     

    About the Author(s):

    Back in 2006, Paul, the owner of TravMonkey, left his 9-to-5 job to see the world. He hopped on an airplane to Beijing for the start of a trip that had no end.

    After two years out of the country, Paul returned to the UK and London where he decided to spend his time discovering quirky new craft beer bars, vintage cafes, buzzing markets and leafy parks in the city he calls home.

    About the Blog:

    TravMonkey was created while Paul was travelling. It first served as a place where he could share everything he learned along his travels, including the best bars, cafes and places to visit. Paul also has a keen ability to help fellow travelers plan their vacations and adventures.

    Since returning home, Paul has been helping London locals and visitors discover the city’s quirky side by directing them to some of the coolest, and often most unknown, sites London has to offer.

    TravMonkey is now 9 years old and is still a blog where Paul shares all of his travel adventures and information about life in London. The site has come a long way over nearly a decade, and it is constantly evolving into a place where travelers can gather to connect with like-minded people.

    URL: http://www.travmonkey.com/

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    Two Feet, One World

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    Authors: Jessi

    About the Author(s):

    Jessi caught the travel bug early through family trips, within her home country of New Zealand and to places as diverse as Bali, Wales, Italy, and the Cook Islands.  These journeys gave her an urge to explore and a brilliant taste for other cultures. She truly believes a trip to Italy is where here love for food was born.

    Jessi renewed my appetite for travel while attending university with whirlwind trips through parts of Western Europe and South East Asia. She has also explored many slices of her home country, New Zealand.

    Jessi is now based in London for her “Overseas Experience,” a journey that is considered a rite of passage for many Australians and Kiwis.  She’s exploring all of Europe, and the UK in particular, to take advantage of the ability to visit so many unique places within such a short distance of eachother. Jessi has been in Europe for two years, and believes she isn’t close to leaving yet.

    About the Blog:

    Two Feet, One World is where Jessi blogs about her life in London and the adventures she enjoys in the city and throughout Europe. Readers will find useful travel tips, wonderful storytelling and breathtaking photos of European destinations when browsing Jessi’s blog.

    URL: http://www.twofeet-oneworld.com/

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    The UK Curiosity Blog

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    Authors: Dan and Al

    About the Author(s):

    The UK Curiosity Blog is the brainchild of Dan and Al. Dan arrived in London several years ago and now, firmly ensconced in London life, finally gets what all the fuss was about. She is a writer, contributor of visual delights and general lover of the often hilarious land that is the UK.

    Al was Born and bred in England. He is a writer and resident expert on all the wonders, oddities and often absurd traditions of this United Kingdom. When he’s not adjusting his monocle and combing his moustache, Al takes great pride in documenting the architectural treasures of UK, tending to his acreage, polishing his brogues and throwing mad shapes to ravey tunes cranking out of his gramophone.

    About the Blog:

    The UK Curiosity Blog offers readers the stuff the guidebooks don’t. Dan and Al will help you find the oddities and unknown treasures that make the UK so special. Join them to uncover the UK’s secrets and find its quirkiest corners.

    URL: http://www.theukcuriosityblog.com/

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    Urban Pixxels

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    Authors: Jacintha

    About the Author(s):

    Jacintha has always been interested in photography, and she got her first DSLR back in 2007. Since then, she has been capturing the world every chance she gets. Jacintha says she feels most inspired when she’s traveling; however, living in London certainly inspires her too.

    Since the start of Urban Pixxels, some amazing things have happened for Jacintha, such as seeing her photography in magazines like Delta’s SKY, and Harper’s Bazaar listing her as one of their 17 Best travel accounts to follow on Instagram.

    About the Blog:

    Jacintha moved from the Netherlands to London in March of 2013 and started Urban Pixxels around the same time. She uses the blog and her social media accounts as opportunities to share photos, stories of her travels, to create her own London city guide and sometimes to put her own random thoughts out in the open.

    Urban Pixxels is a place to learn about expat life, find new travel destinations, admire unbelievable photos and discover how to explore London in an entirely different way.

    URL: http://www.urbanpixxels.com/

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    Vicky Flip Flop Travels

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    Author: Vicky

    About the Author(s):

    Vicky grew up in a beautiful village in the midlands until moving out at 18. Before then, she hadn’t travelled far, aside from a few holidays in France and a school trip to Turkey. It wasn’t until she worked at a kids camp in New York that she truly caught the travel bug.

    Vicky became friends with an Ozzie and an Irish who she now blames for her itchy feet. There followed an 8-week tour around Australia, meeting up with friends from camp, a second year at a camp in Connecticut, partying in Mexico, sunbathing in Portugal, teaching English in Madrid, Guinness in Dublin, 4 months around Europe with her then boyfriend, a tour of Morocco, a safari through the Serengeti, skiing in Canada and a few weekend jaunts here and there.

    Vicky believes that with a bit of prioritizing, any can explore the world while holding down a full-time job, and without breaking the bank. She hopes she can inspire you to get out there and do it too.

    About the Blog:

    Vicky Flip Flop Travels isn’t your average solo female travel blog. It’s a place to find the inspiration you need to get out and explore the world. Follow the blog, and you’ll learn about Vicky’s adventures and the travel knowledge she has learned along the way. She’ll help you plan everything from a day out in London to at trip to Coachella and two weeks in Vietnam — all on a shoestring budget.

    URL: http://vickyflipfloptravels.com/

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    Victoria Visits

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    Author: Victoria Welton

     

    About the Author(s):

    Victoria Welton, the mind behind Victoria Visits, currently resides in Somerset, close to both the Dorset and Devon borders. She has a passion for travel in both the UK and further afield.

    About the Blog:

    In her blog, Victoria covers days out, events, restaurants, and all types of destinations – both overseas and in the UK. She also offers hotel reviews, tips and travel ideas.

    URL: http://www.victoriavisits.co.uk

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    Because the world is full of exciting sights and sounds and I want to experience them all in my lifetime!

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    Wanderlusters

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    Author: Charli Moore & Benjamin Jones

     

    About the Author(s):

    Charli and Ben are nomadic wanderlusters who live for adventure. Since leaving their home in Norfolk in 2011 they have driven 25,000km across the Australian continent, hiked across an active marine volcano in New Zealand, explored the real Hawaii, and spent 12 months living like locals on four Caribbean islands.

    About the Blog:

    Wanderlusters.com is a dynamic adventure travel blog highlighting the best active travel itineraries across the globe. Passionate storytellers, keen scuba divers, authors, and photographers, Charli and Ben capture their travels in vibrant colour inspiring their readers to down tools and explore the world above and below the waterline. Packed full of informative destination guides and captivating tales of world travel, wanderlusters.com is the blog of choice for adventurous travellers.

    URL: https://wanderlusters.com

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    We travel to better understand our world and the many cultures and creatures that call it home.

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    The Well-Travelled Postcard

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    Authors: Virginia

     

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    Virginia is a languages graduate and serial expat. Travel is an utterly fundamental part of who she is. She hopes to inspire others to get out and explore the world, through helping them find opportunities to travel and live abroad, and by sharing some of the amazing places she has encountered.

    About the Blog:

    The Well-Travelled Postcard was created to inspire others to get out and explore the world, by imparting some of the things Virginia has learned along the way. Virginia also uses her blog to write about and share some of the amazing places she has encountered along the way.  Take a look at her interviews with LastMinute.com, Travel Buzz, A Lady Away, Jen Lowthrop, Up and Go Girls and The Cafe Cat to find out more about her life as a travel blogger.

    URL: http://thewell-travelledpostcard.com/

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    Wild World Travel

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    Authors: Claire

    About the Author(s):

    Claire is a behavioral ecologist, a science-communicator, and when possible, a travel-writer and wildlife photographer. She feels strongly that travel can be done sustainably, and better yet, offers travelers the opportunity to give something back, as well.

    About the Blog:

    One focus of the Wild World Travel blog is sustainability, the rights of indigenous peoples and of animals, and the increasingly popular marketing ploy of ‘ecotourism’. Clair loves to see wildlife and visit remote areas, where she can really enjoy wildlife photography and her encounters with all kinds of wildlife, big and small. The Wild Travel section of the blog focuses on her wildest encounters and ways to get close to wildlife ethically.

    URL: http://wildworldtravel.co.uk/

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    WildJunket

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    Author: Nellie

     

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    Nellie is a professional travel writer and editor with an eye for adventure and a love for the unknown. Originally from Singapore, she has lived in numerous places including London, Miami, Madrid and Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. She has traveled to over 90 countries across 7 continents. Some of her most memorable adventures include expedition cruising in Antarctica, overlanding the Silk Road, climbing an active volcano in Iceland, skydiving in Spain, wildlife watching on the Galapagos Islands and paragliding in South Africa.

    Her work has since been published in numerous publications including National Geographic Intelligent Travel, CNN, BBC Travel, Travel+Leisure Asia, Wend, Women Adventure Magazine, Food&Travel, International Lifestyle, TNT Magazine, and Explorer, amongst others. She is also the author of The Adventure Traveler’s Handbook,

    About the Blog:

    WildJunket is a travel blog with a focus on adventure travel, created to inspire others to get off the conventional trail and seek out extraordinary experiences. Nellie sees travel as a journey that enriches our lives and makes us better people – and she wants to share that invaluable experience with her readers. WildJunket was first created in 2008 to share her travel stories with friends and family, but it has since grown tremendously, becoming one of the top travel websites in the world.

    URL: http://www.wildjunket.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    With a strong sense of curiosity, I like to explore the world in bold ways as a challenge to myself and an unconventional way to live life.

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    The World and Then Some

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    Author: Elle-Rose

     

    About the Author(s):

    Elle-Rose is a twenty-something London girl who has spent the last five years travelling the world on city breaks, sabbaticals, vacations and business trips.

    About the Blog:

    The World and Then Some is a worldwide travel blog for jet-setters, luxury-lovers and sun-seekers, written by a twenty-something London girl with constant wanderlust and a photography obsession.

    URL: http://www.theworldandthensome.com/

    In one sentence, explain why you love to travel

    Travel is in my DNA; I was born with the wanderlust gene and get profound satisfaction and intense enjoyment from exploring this fascinating planet from my front door to the other side of the world.

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