I dedicate this page to fellow travelers and travel bloggers I follow because I truly feel both have something to offer. It might be great content which is a source of information and learning. Or, maybe just because travel blogs never seem to fail to put a smile on my face. I follow and have found them to be a wealth of information, not to mention it’s just a blast reading their travel plans and tales.
For the most part, I have no connection with these bloggers, although they may be friends, mentors or people I have come to respect.
Nomadic Matt: Matt is the author of “How To Travel The World on $50 a Day”. I find him very informative. Though his early writing is from the perspective of a backpack traveler, he now offers insight on traveling and sight-seeing. I enjoy his perspective, content, and having the feeling I can trust what he is saying. I have gained a lot of valuable insight from him and felt you will too!
Gone with the Wynn’s: Now this travel blog is just one cool couple, young in age and at heart. They are full-time RV’ers who sold it all and live the life of their dreams. They work full-time from the road and share how they do it and how to stay connected while traveling. What I really like is their balanced approach to all things cool: RVing (how to live with minimal impact on the environment), how to travel while paying little for places to stay, and if you like beer and wine they know the hot spots. They really do a great job of telling the story of the places they have seen and feel others would like/must see. Absolutely Great Videos – How To and We’ve Been There!
Outside Our Bubble: Hey, I know these guys! David and Brenda are great people I met through the RV circuit, and they are everything techie! They have been traveling via RV for several years. Last fall they took the plunge and sold it all and now travel full time. We’ve shared the fear of selling it all and not having “things” anymore, and David has assured me you do come to terms with the fact that it is just stuff! Their attention to detail and quality is impeccable, and you can trust you won’t be steered wrong with their recommendations.
A Dangerous Business: Thank you, Amanda, for putting a boot in my bottom to get my travel blog started. She is a great motivator, teacher, and mentor. Since her first big adventure abroad in 2005, she has been to more than 30 countries on four continents. Amanda is always on the lookout for her next big adventure, be it on the other side of the world, or just around the corner. As Amada explains, “I’m just a small-town Ohio girl trying to balance a “normal” life with a desire to discover the world beyond the Midwest. My adventurous nature and inability to say “no” have led me to some pretty amazing adventures around the world.” I strongly recommend checking out her adventures and seeing where she in the world today.
Technomadia: Chris and Cherie are the go-to people when it comes to staying connected on the road. They hit the road in 2006 and haven’t stopped since. They combine technology and perpetual travel (tech+nomad) to create a sustainable lifestyle on their terms. Their current primary ‘home base’ is full-time RVing in a geeked out 1961 vintage bus conversion. They love mixing it up with other modalities of travel – island life, trains, planes, ships, and cool rentals. They work remotely as technology & strategy advisors, app developers and authors sucking up mobile internet bandwidth.
Chris and G Travels: Digital Nomads with a huge YouTube following shoot videos as they travel the country and work during the summers in Alaska. Shortly after graduating college Chris hit the road with his husky in a 1994 Ford Econoline Van. They spent a month together exploring the East Coast of the United States. This trip opened Chris’s eyes to the possibilities of the road. A year later he had sold the Econoline and purchased the camper van known as Zep. He had Alaska in mind when he stopped in Arizona to make a few extra bucks for gas money. That is where he met G, and they have been traveling together ever since. They hope those who wish to find a particular video can stop by the site. Here, they can find any video from their travels.