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Travel Blogs Detailing Traveling Experiences

By Julia Barnes

The best travel blogs are about off-the-beaten-path adventures. They’ll tell you where most tourists go, but they’ll also tell you about hidden gems and special situations they’ve stumbled upon.

They’ll describe places and events in detail, so you wish you were there. The presentation will look professional, not like some eighties hack-job. The information provided will be relevant, high-quality and true.

The reputation of the writer will be top-caliber, so you know you can trust the travel and tourism advice given. Here are some travel-related blogs to look out for.

A Digital Portfolio Of 14 Different Countries

Forbes Magazine recommends as one of the best blogs about traveling. Writer Michael Pugh is a self-described "20-something optimist from Chicago" who worked as an Internet copywriter but always dreamt of traveling.

He’s currently building a digital portfolio of fourteen different countries -- from Tanzania, Thailand and Cambodia to Uganda, Vietnam and India. He rides ostriches in South Africa, visits rat temples in India, treks gorillas in Uganda, fires M-16s in Cambodia, and finds healthy $4 meals in Bangkok. In addition to travel stories, you’ll also find many photos and videos to wet your appetite for travel.

A Walk Around The World Raising Money For Breast Cancer Research

Another one of the travel blogs to review and check out is motivational speaker Polly Letofsky’s Global Walk site (). Global Walk chronicles a 15,000 mile walk around the world done to raise money for breast cancer research.

This website serves as more of a video blog than a written blog. There’s a movie out about her travels through New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, London England, Scotland, Colorado, Arizona and California.

This story is particularly interesting because it shows how travel and tourism can be undertaken for a good cause.

Traveling On Their Honeymoon

Couple Tony and Maureen Wheeler "earned, begged and borrowed" their way through Europe, Asia and Australia on their honeymoon. After their amazing experiences, their friends urged them to begin travel blogs to let others know of their experiences.

Their first guidebook -- "Across Asia On The Cheap" -- sold 15,000 copies and was born. Since then, nearly every country you can think of has been added to this comprehensive site.

You’ll get an overview, maps, a list of top attractions, advice on what time of year to go, as well as stories about wildlife, history, places, hotels and transportation. If you’d like, you can even purchase one of their longer guidebooks before your next trip.

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About the Author:
Natalie Glass is an author of dating, travel and relationships articles including Ski Vacations, Speed Dating, Online Singles Websites, Find A Date, Online Dating Risks, Sexy Lingerie, Sexy Leather, Mysteries Of Dating, Romantic Inns, Romantic Cruises, Honeymoon Trips, Romantic Getaways, Vacation Ideas, Vacations.
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More Staycation Facts....

What can I do on my staycation?
Granted, there are some things done on a vacation that you cannot do on a staycation. For example: the beach. Typically if you went to the beach during your vacation but there is not one locally to you, you may not be able to go. But anything else you can probably do.

You can order food in just as you would room service. You can sleep late. You can tour local hotspots. You can even catch up on chores if you wish. It is your staycation so you can do whatever it is you wish.


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