25 Most Inspiring Personal Travel Blogs

We thought it would be a great time for us to take some time and reflect back on this year – not just at how much AsWeTtravel.com has grown as a site but also at how many amazing other personal travel blogs there are out there – sharing, provoking and living this travel lifestyle to the fullest.

There are so many personal travel blogs out there, and every day more and more are starting up – so it is nearly impossible for us to track, and fully study every travel blog out there. Here are a few guides on How To Start a Travel Blog and Get Sponsored: A Funding Guide for Explorers, Adventurers, and Would-Be World Travelers (here a is great book review of the Get Sponsored Guide)

The 25 Most Inspiring Personal Travel Blogs below are some of the best blogs which we feel have inspired and helped the travel blog industry grow the most this year.

Most Inspiring Personal Travel Blogs

#1 Wes Nations / Johnnyvagabond

Why has he made the list?

Wes is all about the story – he travels around the world ‘ low and slow’ sharing so many well-written travel stories and experiences – I am waiting for the book!

Every time we visit his site, his stories get us laughing, and aside from telling ‘lies’ and taking amazing photos, Wes also shares very useful tips and a great “daily budget” box for each country he visits.

Site: www.johnnyvagabond.com
Twitter: @johnnyvagabond

#2 Matt Kepnes / Nomadic Matt

Why has he made the list?

Matt is one of the few who has turned travel blogging into a full-time career. He is an inspiration to others, and shows everyone what is possible.

Matt’s blog is easily navigated and updated several times a week with both useful information, tips and personal travel blogs. Matt is also a huge inspiration for long term traveling, as he has traveled for many years funding only by the income he’s making online.

Site: www.nomadicmatt.com
Twitter: @nomadicmatt

#3 Rolf Potts / No Baggage Challenge

Why has he made the list?

Rolf Potts recently got back from spending 6 weeks around the world without any baggage – The No Baggage Challenge. On this new blog he shares videos and proves that you don’t need a 60L+ and heaps of gear to be able to travel – less is more.

This is so close to our mindset, the no-excuse way of travel and with so many excuses out there for WHY people can’t travel, it’s great that someone stepped up and did this – even if the trip was funded by high-profile travel companies.

Site: www.rtwblog.com
Twitter: @rtwnobag

#4 Ryan & Liz / Pause The Moment

Why have they made the list?

Currently traveling around the world, Ryan and Liz have built up a great travel blog very fast – with so many awesome tips, videos and photos, it seems like these guys have been around for ages.

Great couple, and they really really prove that this lifestyle is possible for anyone.

Site: www.pausethemoment.com
Twitter: @pausethemoment

#5 Lauren & Todd / GlobeTroopers

Why have they made the list?

Lauren and Todd have created a great unique site for travelers to meet. A place online where you can find other like minded people to travel with.

Meeting people and making friends while traveling is a big part of the whole experience, and many people who travel solo sometimes want to share those moments with others.

Built from the ground up this site really seems amazing and has been featured in Mashable and the Los Angeles Times.

Site: www.globetrooper.com
Twitter: @globetrooper

#6 David Hoffmann / Davids Been Here

Why has he made the list?

Dave has created an informative and professional blog, on which he shares video guides for many places around the world. He also helps people plan trips and gives them tips on different countries in a unique video format on a section on his site called Ask David.

David is now starting to create his own PDF Downloadable City Guides which he is creating for every city he visits. His mission is to inform the world – about the world – because he believes that traveling changes people to the core.

Site: www.davidsbeenhere.com
Twitter: @davidsbeenhere

#7 Stephine Yoder / Twenty-SomethingTravel

Why has she made the list?

Even though she has only just left for her RTW trip – Steph has built her site up into one of the top travel blogs – with a large loyal readership.

On her site you will find a very personal and honest travel journal where she is unafraid to share her thoughts and emotions.

If you want to follow someone from the start of a round the world trip, Steph takes you through from dreaming to planning to making RTW a reality.

Site: www.twenty-somethingtravel.com
Twitter: @20sTravel

#8 Anil Polat / Fox Nomad

Why has he made the list?

Anil is THE tech- guy, sharing practical advice for many necessary things others may over look. Whenever you have a question about where to find Wi-Fi, which lap top to choose, how to jailbreak your iPhone etc, this is it.

He also writes a lot of safety advice, many about things that many people wouldn’t think about but then end up needing advice on. Anil also belongs to one of the few who are making a living and travel completely funded by his blogs.

Site: www.foxnomad.com
Twitter: @foxnomad

#9 Keith Savage / Traveling Savage

Why has he made the list?

Keith writes in a completely different style from most other travel bloggers. He writes more about thought-provoking subjects, and in a way which makes you contemplate, wonder and think twice. His mission is seeing the world one month at a time – while still having a home base.

He is the philosophical traveler who in a poetic way writes about things that many travelers can relate to, and subjects that engage people on a different level.

Site: www.traveling-savage.com
Twitter: @travelingsavage

#10 Christine Gilbert / Almost Fearless

Why she made the list?

Christine Gilbert is currently in the process of making of a film about digital nomads, and is traveling around the world filming those of us who have left the 9/5 life in search of other options. She has also released 3 books about leaving the 9/5 life and creating a life of freedom.

On her site you will find many guest posts, which makes her site a resource where you’ll find different styles of writing and view points from each guest poster.

Site: www.almostfearless.com
Twitter: @almostfearless

#11 Matthew Kyhnn / Backpacking Matt

Why has he made the list?

Matt is a seasoned traveler who has just spent the last 6 months exploring the depths of New Zealand, and shares many good quality articles about the country. So if you have any questions about New Zealand, send him an email, he prob. knows more about the place than me (and it’s my home country!)

Currently Matt is in Thailand, so keep a look out for more awesome info about South-East Asia. I am sure he will bring the same detailed passion he used to share New Zealand with the world.

Site: www.backpackingmatt.com
Twitter: @backpackingmatt

#12 Aracely Santos and Jason Castellani / Two Backpackers

Why have they made the list?

Aracely and Jasons way of travel is very similar to Johny Vagabond’s ‘low and slow’ – they are currently in South America, and are sharing so many amazing videos of the places they visit.

On their easily navigated and well-designed blog, you will also find a lot of practical advice – based on real experience.

Site: www.twobackpackers.com
Twitter: @twobackpackers

#13 Craig & Linda Martin / Indie Travel Podcast

Why have they made the list?

Craig and Linda have a Lonely Planet Award-winning podcast every week where they talk about the places they’ve been to, have interviews with other travelers etc.

They are one of the few couples who travel the world funded by their websites, which is a big inspiration to us, and it is great to have Craig share many great tips about making money on your travel site via makemoneytravelblogging.com

Site: www.indietravelpodcast.com
Twitter: @indietravel

#14 Brock Groombridge / Backpack With Brock

Why has he made the list?

Brock is the HD film master – he has nearly finished a 12 month trip around the world, and shared every step on his site via full HD film.

Despite being a solo traveler he manages to film himself a lot rather than just the surroundings like many others do. It’s always much appreciated to see the face of a blogger you follow – it really helps to build a strong connection.

Site: www.backpackwithbrock.com
Twitter: @backpackerbrock

#15 Gary Arndt / Everything Everywhere

Why has he made the list?

Gary is a great photographer and shares photos daily with his visitors – also offered as desktop wallpaper.

Apart from sharing daily photos he also has a very active travel forum, but the best place to get to know Gary is on his weekly audio podcast where he talks with some of the big-name people in the travel community.

Gary is known as one of the best travel bloggers out there, and he certainly is very successful in terms of getting thousands of visitors a month coming to his site.

Site: www.everything-everywhere.com
Twitter: @everywheretrip

#16 Amar Hussain / Gap Year Escape

Why has he made the list?

To us Amar has been one of the friendliest guys out there, taking the time to chat, and share his experience – one of which is getting trips, and other things for free while traveling.

He is currently writing an ebook about how to get things, trips and hostels etc. for free, something I’m sure everyone would like to know more about. He just arrived back in the UK, but I am sure you will see him out there again traveling soon.

Site: www.gapyearescape.com

Twitter: @gapyearescape

#17 Benny Lewis / Fluent In 3 Months

Why has he made the list?

Benny has taken on a smaller niche in the travel blogging community – learning languages. Knowing a few languages while traveling certainly makes it easier, and knowing the language in the current place you are is even better.

Benny can speak 8 languages and is constantly striving to get better, and to learn more languages. Whether you want to hear how it’s going for him or learn from his tips and advice, his blog is the place to be for language lovers.

Site: www.fluentin3months.com
Twitter: @irishpolyglot

#18 Robin and Amanda / Mango Manjaro

Why have they made the list?



Robin and Amanda are the authors behind a new travel blog – which is about something that most people would love to do, but would be way too scared…

Their plan is to hitchhike (YES – hitchhike) from Sweden all the way down to India.

They share videos of all the drivers who pick them up. They’re a small but very inspiring blog who truly deserve a shout out.

Site: www.mangomanjaro.se
Twitter: N/A

#19 Andi Perullo / My Beautiful Adventures

Why has she made the list?

Andi’s bubbly personality shines through so strongly on her personal travel journal where she shares her beautiful adventures. She seems like an amazing person, who never stops smiling and really just seems to CARE.

What makes her stand out the most are the amazing pictures she shares, and the well thought-through songs that she picks to match each of her blogs – to really get you in the right blog-reading mood.

Site: www.mybeautifuladventures.com
Twitter: @andiperullo

#20 Dave Lee / Go Backpacking

Why has he made the list?

Dave is a great inspiration for those wanting to get away and travel – he runs gobackpacking.com sharing many great tips and inspiration for world travel – he also earns a full-time living from his sites, which helps fund his travels.

He has been blogging since 2007, so has spent many years in the game, and can offer many tips – which he shares via his online course called Travel Blog Success.

Site: www.gobackpacking.com
Twitter: @rtwdave

#21 Audrey Scott & Daniel Noll / Uncornered Market

Why have they made the list?

Audrey & Daniel have been traveling since 2006 with a mission to humanize the places they visit, drawing their readers in through photographs and stories, so they connect with people and places they might otherwise never hear about or actively disregard.

I love the way they measure how far they travel around the world by how many footsteps they take – 39,537,390 right now!

Site: www.uncorneredmarket.com
Twitter: @umarket

#22 Caz and Craig / Y Travel Blog

Why have they made the list?

They have been working abroad in different countries for 10 years, and finally created this site in 2010 as a source of inspiration and encouragement to others.

They have built up ytravelblog very fast, and it is great to see them building such a great strong community-feel on facebook etc. I am sure in the future, this site will be one of the top ones out there.

Site: www.ytravelblog.com
Twitter: @ytravelblog

#23 Colin Wright / Exile Lifestyle

Why has he made the list?

Colin Wright has done what so many people aspire to do, he not only left to go travel on an open ended journey. He moves to a new country every 4 months, and his readers decide where he will go next by voting.

I love this guy’s mindset, and even though we haven’t met yet, I can tell this guy has it figured out, and we can all learn a few things from him about developing an awesome location-free lifestyle.

Site: www.exilelifestyle.com
Twitter: N/A

#24 Dave Bouskill and Debra Corbeil / The Planet D

Why have they made the list?

With a mindset of ‘Anyone Can Do It!’ you know this blog is going to share some great value to it’s readers.

Dave and Debra really are the adventure couple, traveling around the world doing many crazy things like: cycling 12,000km through Africa, and climbing to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Look out for their next adventure to Fiji, I am sure it will be full of many amazing stories.

Site: www.theplanetd.com
Twitter: @theplanetd

Well wasn’t that a big list! If you have read all these blogs and would like to read more – then make sure you check out our Travel Blog Directory – which includes over 100 more awesome travel blogs.

We really look forward to 2011 to see what happens in the travel blog industry – hope to see your blog on there! 😉

72 Responses to 25 Most Inspiring Personal Travel Blogs

  1. Sarah Wu October 31, 2010 at 7:56 am #

    This is a awesome list. I love it.

  2. Amar Hussain October 31, 2010 at 8:37 am #

    Nathan and Sofia, this is a great list and thank you for the inclusion!
    Everything you’ve said is spot on.

    BackpackingMatt is a great guy who I met in NZ and his site is a great resource for travel there. Keith does have a great writing style and Andi, well she’s just lovely. Christine’s AlmostFearless.com is a great site to guest blog for as is Anil’s FoxNomad.

    Thanks again for the inclusion with all these great bloggers. Although it would have been self serving you should have included yourselves!

    Keep up the great work.

  3. Norbert October 31, 2010 at 2:46 pm #

    This is a great list. I agree, I already follow almost all of them and they are truly inspiring.

  4. yTravel Blog October 31, 2010 at 9:15 am #

    Super stoked to be included here Thank you so much. I follow and love so many of these blogs on the list so feel honored to be amongst them

  5. Michael October 31, 2010 at 9:23 am #

    Awesome list Nathan! I follow all of these blogs as well.

  6. Anonymous October 31, 2010 at 10:11 am #

    What an absolute honor to be included with such a tried and true group of bloggers – thank for your kind words and keep up the excellent work here on AsWeTravel.

    And yes – please send any NZ questions my way!

  7. Natalie - Turkish travel October 31, 2010 at 7:29 am #

    A great list. I have read some of the blogs but not all of them. Time to get a cup of coffee and settle down me thinks!

  8. Anonymous October 31, 2010 at 11:47 am #

    Awesome list, all great sites plus two that I haven’t seen until now. I love discovering new blogs to check out.

    Thanks for the introductions.

  9. AOBteresa October 31, 2010 at 1:33 pm #

    What a great list! Time to add some blogs to my Google Reader! Thanks!

  10. Alan Perlman October 31, 2010 at 1:43 pm #

    Huge fan of this list. Have been fortunate enough to meet Colin (Exile Lifestyle), Matt (Nomadic Matt) and Earl (Wandering Earl) in the flesh–all stellar guys!


  11. Anonymous October 31, 2010 at 1:32 pm #

    Thanks for the shout out guys. This is a really great list. We follow all of them and for good reason. We second Craig’s comment..It is nice to see a list not based on Alexa or Compete scores. Kudos!

  12. Todd | Todd's Wanderings October 31, 2010 at 9:36 am #

    Great list Nathan. I follow most of these and besides being great sites they all seem like genuinely nice people.

  13. OneGiantStep October 31, 2010 at 3:41 pm #

    Great list…some new peeps to follow! Cheers!

  14. Dave October 31, 2010 at 4:39 pm #

    Thanks for including me and Go Backpacking! Scrolling through the list, I’ve gotten to know so many of the other bloggers over the past year. We’ve got a great community going.

  15. Keith Savage October 31, 2010 at 4:11 pm #

    Awesome, what a cadre of travel writers! I’ve been reading these folks for ages and I’m looking forward to meeting up with as many of them as I can. Thank you for including Traveling Savage in the list – it means a lot to me.

  16. Anonymous October 31, 2010 at 4:28 pm #

    Great list here!!

    I am a travel blogger as well with a niche being stylish holidays and design hotels – http://www.freshgrub.net

  17. Craig October 31, 2010 at 9:40 am #

    Great to see a travel blog list not based on Alexa and Compete scores. Some great friends here, and — of course — we’re glad to be included. Nice to find a few new faces as well.

  18. Audrey October 31, 2010 at 6:05 pm #

    Thanks so much for including us in this list and including us with such great company here!

  19. Globetrooper Lauren October 31, 2010 at 8:32 pm #

    Great list Nathan. Thanks so much for including us with all of these stand-out travel bloggers. And a couple who I haven’t come across before too which is always nice, will go check them out now.

  20. Ordinary Traveler October 31, 2010 at 8:44 pm #

    I think you have compiled a great list here. It’s nice to see a few blogs in the mix that are not necessarily ranked super high on Alexa. Looks like you put some time into this! I look forward to following the few blogs I haven’t seen yet.

  21. Michael Hodson October 31, 2010 at 1:17 pm #

    really great list – thanks for compiling it

  22. Erica Kuschel October 31, 2010 at 10:02 pm #

    Great list! Love it!

  23. Ayngelina October 31, 2010 at 3:07 pm #

    Love these bloggers, great list!

  24. a wandering sole October 31, 2010 at 11:49 pm #

    Great list! I follow most of these bloggers but there’s a few new ones I need to check out!

  25. Benny the language hacker October 31, 2010 at 4:05 pm #

    Thanks for the inclusion! 🙂 As Craig said, it’s great to see a list not based on traffic, but on the stories of the people themselves. I’ve also met several of these travellers in person and hope to meet the others soon too 😀

  26. Peter_M October 31, 2010 at 7:34 pm #

    What a great looking list. Some (all) of these sound fascinating. I will be perusing all of these blogs in coming days, and, no doubt, adding many to my RSS feed. Cheers


  27. Earl November 1, 2010 at 7:48 am #

    I’m not sure what to say as I can’t believe I have made this list alongside many of my absolute favorite people in the travel community! Thank you ever so much 🙂

  28. bessiejulia November 1, 2010 at 9:26 am #

    Great attention for so many great travelers! Love how we can all inspire each other to keep traveling and sharing our stories.

  29. Dhiresh H November 1, 2010 at 9:57 am #

    Heaps of quality travel bloggers here, thanks for compiling this list. Glad to know that there’s tonnes of other REAL folks out there who are as interested to both travel and photography and not just cheeky bots! 🙂

  30. simon falvo November 1, 2010 at 10:08 am #

    WoW! What a great list. It’s always good to get to know new, awesome travel bloggers!

  31. Nomadic Chick November 1, 2010 at 12:20 pm #

    Great list. I follow and respect a lot of these folks!

  32. Justin Morris November 1, 2010 at 12:36 pm #

    Great line-up of super engaging and helpful blogs! Looking forward to keeping up with a lot of these guys’ adventures as we get into 2011.

  33. Jason November 1, 2010 at 8:46 am #

    A great list on what are fast becoming some very influential people in the world of online travel. A good mix as well….

  34. Anonymous November 1, 2010 at 3:25 pm #

    Hope to be on your list next year:)

  35. Anonymous November 1, 2010 at 3:36 pm #

    Thank you for the awesome list – very inspiring indeed. These are people anyone can learn a lot from.

  36. Sophie November 1, 2010 at 8:33 pm #

    Some old faves and some completely new (to me) bloggers here. Off to clog my Reader.

  37. Erin Halvey November 1, 2010 at 11:06 pm #

    This is great!

  38. Michael Figueiredo November 2, 2010 at 12:46 am #

    What a great list! I already follow several of these people, but will now add the rest. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  39. Anonymous November 2, 2010 at 12:02 am #

    Great list, started following a lot of them. Thanks!

  40. Alastair November 1, 2010 at 8:03 pm #

    A really helpful and varied list – although I read a lot of travel blogs these were nearly all new to me.
    I hope I can be boring here and quickly push my own blog – it’s about travel, adventure and expeditions

  41. Kelly Harmon, TRAVEL November 2, 2010 at 4:53 am #

    Really cool mix of world travelers! I enjoy reading their travel articles and follow all (but 3) of these bloggers. Fantastic list! Well compiled.

    Thanks for sharing! ~cheers, @hiptraveler

  42. Julianne Reiser November 1, 2010 at 9:32 pm #

    Great list I’m looking forward to checking out. My one critique, no blogs that included children, like this family traveling RTW with their two sons. She just posted about hiking the Inca Trail with kids

    • yTravel Blog November 3, 2010 at 2:31 am #

      Hi Julianne
      We are traveling with our 3 year old. Our blog is mostly centered around the living and traveling around the world that we have done for years before Kalyra came along so she doesn’t feature as much. But the odd post comes out with her in it and with the traveling we have planned for the future you can be sure you’ll see more of her.

      • Julianne Reiser November 3, 2010 at 8:59 pm #

        Cool! I followed you on Twitter. Cheers! J.

  43. Anonymous November 2, 2010 at 6:25 pm #

    Nathan and Sofia, wow what an incredible list. Thank you for including me. I haven’t met any of these folks just spoken to a few of them through Twitter. I didn’t know that there were so many couples travel blogging thats incredible. Thanks again for the inclusion and hope to meet you both soon.

  44. Amaya Williams November 2, 2010 at 2:32 pm #

    Thanks, Nathan, for the awesome list. This will really cut down the time I spend trying to find the right blog. Love your clear, concise write-ups about each website.

  45. Tran November 2, 2010 at 5:27 pm #

    Can’t wait to go through this list. Thx for compiling!

  46. Andrew Murray November 3, 2010 at 10:31 am #

    Aha exactly what I set out to find, thank you very much 🙂

  47. Rachelle November 4, 2010 at 12:20 am #

    The other writers mention were famous for having great content in their blogs. This one is definitely a good list.

  48. Cornelius Aesop November 5, 2010 at 1:13 pm #

    Great list of bloggers, most of them I knew but there are a few somehow I’ve missed. Thanks for sharing!

  49. Erin Michelson November 7, 2010 at 12:54 am #

    Hi Nathan,

    Wow — this is an amazing list! Can’t wait to check out each of the sites — especially as I launch my own 2-year RTW trip: Erin Goes Global! Awesome! Erin

  50. soultravelers3 November 8, 2010 at 6:58 am #

    Great list! Nice to see many old friends and some new to me!

    I do wish you would have included at least one travel blog with school age children, as that is my passion…to let families know how important & possible long term travel can be!

    We at soultravelers3 have been traveling the world non-stop as a family since 2006 to 36 countries & 5 continents and on just 23 dollars a day per person. Our daughter was 5 when we began & just turned 10. We are monolinguals raising a fluent trilingual/triliterate and think travel is the best education in the world!

    LOVE your no excuses motto about travel…let’s add families as another good reason to travel…instead of using it as an excuse not to do it! 😉

  51. Anonymous November 8, 2010 at 6:03 pm #

    this is a great list, and one that certainly inspires me =) i’ll be following all these guys in the following year, aspiring to feature here in 12 months! 😛

  52. Brock (backpackwithbrock) November 9, 2010 at 11:36 am #

    Wow! Truly honoured and humbled to be included in this list. I’ve also had the pleasure of getting to know many of them and look forward to interacting with those I’ve just discovered. Thank you Nathan & Sofia!

  53. 100 Places To Visit November 10, 2010 at 10:06 am #

    Great list – thanks so much for sharing these.
    If you get a moment please take a look at out blog 100 places to visit before you die.

  54. Merissa November 11, 2010 at 7:36 am #

    What a fantastic list of travel blogs. it is an incredible blog written by a young man named Darren Alff. he’s been traveling all over the world for the past 10 years and makes some great photos and videos about his travel experiences. Despite the name of his website, you don’t need to like riding a bike to love his stories from the road.

    PS – I really enjoyed Rolf Potts story about traveling around the world with no luggage, but what happens to a website like that now that the trip is over? What happens to a lot of these websites once the owners stop traveling?

  55. Zoila November 12, 2010 at 4:31 am #

    I am glad I have seen this list… nice to meet you all travel bloggers. You just don’t know how much I really on you guys when it comes to planning my travels and in making all my travels as memorable as possible. Your thoughts inspire us and give us idea on what to do and what to expect out there.

  56. Princess Cheryl November 16, 2010 at 3:41 am #

    Great list! I wish I can be one of them one day.. I blog about travel too. =)

  57. As We Travel November 17, 2010 at 1:27 pm #

    THANKS FOR ALL THE AMAZING COMMENTS – we are really glad everyone enjoyed this post!

  58. Alice Jordan November 23, 2010 at 6:24 am #

    Great list of great travel bloggers. I am surely going to read each and every blogger’s blog. Thanks for sharing the list

  59. Stanko Smith November 23, 2010 at 11:57 am #

    Extremely awesome and very useful tips for blogger’s in the travel tourism. Well done, Great work!

  60. Stanko Smith November 23, 2010 at 12:06 pm #

    Perfect awesome list for blogger s related to the travel. Ultimate tips! Well done!

  61. Shefali Innomax November 24, 2010 at 11:29 am #

    Great job guys. You both have done a commendable job.

  62. Unstoppablefamily November 29, 2010 at 12:57 pm #

    Great list. Looking forward to making it on your next list!

    Keep living and sharing the light of travel!

    Unstoppable Family

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  64. Melvin December 3, 2010 at 10:33 pm #

    Great list and sooo many cool people! I hope to meet you all once in person!

  65. Lawrence December 9, 2010 at 11:13 am #

    Great list, selection is wonderful. Such a diverse an interesting bunch, well done

  66. Miss Turista December 28, 2010 at 11:48 pm #

    Awesome list! Definitely the most inspired!

  67. Jack - eyeflare travel January 15, 2011 at 12:56 pm #

    Great travel bloggers listed here, and I’ve added a few to my RSS feeds!

  68. Selma March 6, 2014 at 2:27 pm #

    Excellent list … will have to update my feed!

  69. Rachel March 12, 2014 at 4:02 am #

    I love this list, but I was really intrigued by the No Baggage Challenge blog. The concept was amusing, but it could have been more challenging if no big companies were backing him up. But it’s quite interesting.

  70. Petra Ping March 30, 2014 at 2:46 am #

    Loved the list, thank you for sharing. Also check out these internal newcomers They are traveling the world 91 days at a time. They are currently doing their 3 month in Tokyo!!!!