Informative Travel Sites

  1. Trip Films-inspiring short films made by travelers
  2. World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farmstravelers work on local farms in exchange for food and accommodation with local families
  3. Rick Steve’s Europe-great advice and travel itinerary
  4. Briefcase to Backpack-travel advice for career breaks and sabbaticals
  5. Couchsurfing-locals let you crash on their couch
  6. Aussie Travel Advice-free, independent travel advice
  7. Matador Network-worlds largest independent travel magazine
  8. Transitions Abroad-portal to work, study or volunteer abroad
  9. Man in Seat 61-complete guide to world train travel
  10. Local Independent-living and working wherever you choose
  11. International Rail-experts in global rail travel
  12. National Geographic Traveler-sweet travel advice
  13. Lonley Planet-up to date maps and travel tips
  14. Go Nomad-inspiration to plan your next trip
  15. Socialite Travel-online community for backpackers and flashpackers

Blogs I am Reading

  1. Runaway Jane-Tag along with Jane with write ups and photos
  2. Unpaved South America-Follow Jesse and Robert through South America
  3. A Year In Motion-Ninfa and Tony share photos and stories from a trip around the world
  4. Traveling Savage-David Savage: traveler and great writer
  5. Change Something Today-Amanda Eldridge blogs about the environment
  6. Joe McNally-Great advice from a pro photographer for (Nat Geo, SI, Life)
  7. Backpacking with Brock-Follow Brock around the world in HD video
  8. Lens-NY Times photojournalism
  9. Vagablonding-Follow Ariel to exotic travel locations
  10. Stuck in Customs-Trey Ratclilff’s photos are unbelievable
  11. Indie Travel Podcast-Solid podcasts, photos, and travel advice
  12. Backpacking Chica-Kim Reuter blogs about her trip around the globe
  13. The Longest Way Home-Dave’s remarkable overland journey through the Middle East
  14. Beers and Beans-Photographer and journalist travel the world
  15. Flipnomad-Compilation of travel experiences around the Philippines and as well as other countries.
  16. Far West China-Josh Summers blogs about Xinjiang
  17. Nomadic Samuel-Miles away from ordinary…dripping with sarcasm
  18. The Wee Jence-Photography with an eye for detail
  19. Smiling Faces Travel Photos-Daily travel photo featuring smiles from around the world
  20. Aspiring Backpacker-Aspiring backpacker is a travel blog for first time traveler or people who are dreaming about hitting the road

5 responses to “links

  1. UNICEF is a fantastic organization. I’ve meet several representatives and some of the programs they have highlighted are truly outstanding. Definitely recommend donating some money.

  2. Also, Seong is incensed that S. Korea is listed on Reporters Sans Frontières as a potential internet enemy, or “under surveillance.”

  3. Agreed, UNICEF has done some great things for kids, lets keep it going…

  4. Amazing blog! Do you have any tips and hints for aspiring
    writers? I’m planning to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost
    on everything. Would you propose starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option?
    There are so many options out there that I’m totally overwhelmed .. Any suggestions? Many thanks!

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