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Find Your Way - Discover Your Place
Find Your Way - Discover Your Place
Written By: JimmyC

Hi Everyone - My name is James, but most people call me Jimmy. I'm an Australian, born and bred, but I'm currently living in Vienna, Austria, where I have resided for the past few years with my wife. I have been very fortunate over the last few years, which has allowed me to travel all over the world for most of my adult life. While it has been an amazing experience, meeting so many people along the way and creating so many beautiful stories, my one big regret it that I never bothered to record my journey - I guess...

WanderingStar
WanderingStar
Written By: Ronel

I live in Brisbane, Australia, love to travel and gather experiences every moment I can. I have true wanderlust and have thus far acquired memories in 63 countries. My hobbies, apart from travelling and writing, include cycling, walking, boating and everything else involving water.

My Life As A Nomad
My Life As A Nomad
Written By: Carina84

I have been traveling around the world for 10 years, but I always end up finding time to go back my favorite region -- Central America. There is so much rich culture and history in many of these Central American countries, not to mention pristine escapes and diverse landscapes that I find in each country I visit.

While traveling is a luxury to many people, I use my travels to document and experience life as a nomad. I often travel only with a backpack and a few changes of clothes and then live as simply as possible while I am staying...

The Girl From Oz!
The Girl From Oz!
Written By: Charlie

Despite being born and raised in Australia, there was still so much of this amazing country I had never seen as a 30 year old. After moving from job to job after university, I was burnt out and ready to make a change – I wanted to dedicate more of my life to travelling and seeing other cultures and cities, rather than sit in a boring office.

I started out blogging my day trips around Sydney, which is where I have lived my entire life. I realized that I loved writing out stories of things I did and places I went;...

The Pursuit of Happiness
The Pursuit of Happiness
Written By: Claire Bear

I’ve been working in the corporate world for 10 years – but after spending some time thinking about what I wanted to do with my life, I decided that it was time to make a drastic change and do something I’ve always wanted to do, but never thought possible: travel.

When I started traveling, I didn’t know where to start. Being a bit of a history buff, there was so much to see and do all over the world. So what did I do? I just started picking places off a map! If I was going to do something crazy like...

Flippin' Through Life
Flippin' Through Life
Written By: Flipper

I first discovered the idea of travel blogging three years ago as I stumbled upon someone’s experiences of travelling through London. Reading it, I felt as if I were there experiencing the trip with him and it inspired me to go out and see the world and create my own travel blog.

Since I often travel alone, I usually take very little with me, which allows me to arrive in a destination and create my itinerary as I go. I like to be as honest as possible with my readers because there’s nothing worse than setting someone up for expectations about...

Home Is Where The Heart Is
Home Is Where The Heart Is
Written By: Sofia

I’ve spent my entire life traveling -- my parents instilled in me from an early age that seeing other cultures and destinations was a way to broaden my experiences and develop an understanding for other people, and now that I’m older, I completely understand and actually am grateful to my parents for bringing me up in such an environment.

For 10 years I’ve been writing about my travels around the world. At first, writing was more like a hobby until I had my friends and family tell me that I should pursue it more seriously. Taking their advice, I decided to...

Alice In Wonderland
Alice In Wonderland
Written By: Alice_66

I have been blogging since 2010 and predominantly spend most of my time traveling through Asia. I got my start as a travel blogger because I wanted to share with others how possible it was to explore the world on a budget.

There are so many places to explore and a lot of people don’t consider going abroad, especially to Asia because they think it is too expensive or they don’t know how to get around with such different languages and cultures -- my main objective to being a travel blogger is to show everyone that destinations should never be off...

American Woman. World Citizen.
American Woman. World Citizen.
Written By: Merci

Traveling is something that I’ve done since I was a young child. My father was in the military so we often spent time living in various places throughout the Middle East and beyond -- though it was sometimes difficult to feel like I belonged to any particular location, it did give me a chance to see early on how different people live in the various cultures across the world.

Once I got older, I decided that I wanted to continue on the tradition of traveling around the world, but I also wanted to create more of an impact on others. In...

A Weekend With Joaquin
A Weekend With Joaquin
Written By: Bandit

Traveling is one of my passions in life – I love to explore new countries and cities. I have a degree in history, which makes travel even more exciting for me. Even though I love to do all of the typical tourist activities when I visit a new area, one of my main objectives is to see many of the historic sites and archaeological attractions which brings history to life for me.

Even though I live in Brazil, I have traveled to nearly every continent in the world -- blogging is a hobby for me and has helped prepare me to...

Living, Loving, Learning - No Rain Checks!!!
Living, Loving, Learning - No Rain Checks!!!
Written By: Basil

After spending a few years working in a coffee shop in New York City, I came upon an article about travel blogging. The post was about how you could make money and see the world; even though I thought it sounded too good to be true, I decided that I would give it a shot if I could save enough for the expenses. A year later, I began traveling and writing about those experiences – as my blog grew and I earned enough money to eventually quit my barista job, I started traveling abroad to different countries.

Travel blogging has been...

An Insider's Guide To World Travel
An Insider's Guide To World Travel
Written By: Krazy Kristen

I consider myself spontaneous and always ready for adventure – I love to immerse myself in the cities I visit and experience what it’s like to be there as a local. I spend most of my time on the road, checking out many of the popular cities in the United States, but I also try to take trips abroad when time permits. I love to visit major cosmopolitan cities like New York City just as much as I enjoy a hike through Colorado’s Rocky Mountains.

My travels include many iconic tourist spots, but I try to spend equal time going off...

Just Another Travel Blog
Just Another Travel Blog
Written By: Gracie

I’ve lived in Canada my entire life, but there is still so much I love exploring in this gorgeous country. One of my favorite things to do is visit urban areas – the neighbourhoods are so diverse there is always something new to see or experience.

When I am not travelling to a city, I love to spend the weekends outdoors. Escaping the noise of the city and social obligations and just get back to nature is one of the best ways I recharge for upcoming travels. I’m pretty adventurous, so you’ll find me either skiing in Whistler one weekend or...

From The High-Rise To The Hostel
From The High-Rise To The Hostel
Written By: Sharky

I never thought it would be possible to become a travel blogger -- it always seemed too good to be true. I spent many years working in an investment firm, but I was slowly realizing that it wasn’t the life I wanted and I was getting more burnt out by the day. One day I met someone – he’s now my husband – who was visiting from Europe and we soon began a long distance relationship. Over time and becoming increasingly unhappy at my job, I saved up as much money as I could and then quit my job hoping...

Oliver's Twist On Travel
Oliver's Twist On Travel
Written By: Oly

I’ve been a travel blogger for nearly five years now and it’s been one of the most amazing experiences of my life. Based in Sydney, I’ve done most of my travels in Australia; but there is still so much more to visit!

Before my life as a travel blogger, I used to work in the financial industry behind a computer all day and I always felt like I was in a dead end job. While I still sit behind a computer retelling my travel stories, travelling the world has given me a new perspective and has opened my eyes to all...