These are observations of a freelance writer who was immersed in the Beijing way of life. The blogger hopes you enjoy the photographs taken and find the information helpful if you are to travel to Beijing someday.
Just Married, Chilean Stylehttp://www.kylehepp.com/
Kyle Hepp is a newlywed who is currently living in Chile with her husband and writes about her experiences of living in a foreign country and adapting. You will learn about getting around in Chile through her posts.
Cool Travel Guidehttp://www.cooltravelguide.blogspot.com/
This travel site is authored by Lara Dunston, a travel guide expert. She provides her insights and reflections of all things that are cool and not so cool about travel. Her travel advice will help you to plan an adventure of a lifetime.
Sand Dollar Adventureshttp://sanddollaradventures.wordpress.com
Sand Dollar Adventures is a travel site that will get your adrenaline pumping. The blogger is a global adventure humor writer. If you love the sand, sun and water along with sailing and scuba diving you have come to the right site.
Underneath The Mango Treehttp://therandymon.com
Randall Wood is the co-author of the best-selling travel guide book Moon Nicaragua. He has traveled the world for humanitarian reasons and for pleasure. You will find a journal of these trips in his Travel Writing section of his blog.
If you have ever thought you might want to live in Japan, Neil Duckett, the author of this blog has all the information and tips on how to do it. He is an Australian living in Japan and he shares his experience on how he got here and how to fit in with this beautiful culture.
Contemporary Nomad.com is an experiment in contemporary nomadic living. Tony and Thomas are the nomads who, one day in 2007, decided to change their lives in Berlin so they quit their jobs, sold off our worldly possessions, and left. They've been on the road ever since and write of their journeys here.
You will find great vacation ideas for all your travel needs. This is where to find the best deals when traveling with children. From a trip to Amsterdam to an amusement park adventure, you will find all the tips and resources here for a successful family trip!
Euros Ate My Dollarshttp://eurosatemydollars.com
Join Brittany and Ben, co-authors and travel companions, as they document their journey that began with quitting their jobs and then traveling aimlessly around the world. These 20-something-year-olds share their 8 months of travel adventures here.
Girl Solo In Arabiahttp://girlsoloinarabia.typepad.com/
Carolyn McIntyre travels to Arab nations and documents her travels as a woman in a particularly male-dominated area of the world. Ms. McIntyre will travel from the Moroccan City of Tangiers through 46 countries as she attempts to recreate an epic journey made over 700 years ago by Ibn Battuta, a famed Islamic scholar.
One Week Jobhttp://www.oneweekjob.com
The author of this, Sean Aiken, graduated from college and didn't know what he wanted to do for work. So he came up with the idea that anyone, anywhere, could offer him a job for one week and any money earned for his work would be donated to the ONE / Make Poverty History campaign. You can read all about his journey here.
The Professinal Hobohttp://www.theprofessionalhobo.com
Nora Dunn is the Professional Hobo. She sold her company and belongings to start traveling. She has been on the road, traveling slowly through over 20 countries and five continents, and shares her stories of adventure here.
Trekking in Ecuador, searching out an authentic tango in Buenos Aires or hiking the Matra Hills in Hungary. If these adventures make you want to pack your bags right now, this is the site for you. You will find information and resources from this travel writer's journal here.
The Lost Girlshttp://www.lostgirlsworld.com
Jennifer Baggett, Holly Corbett and Amanda Pressner are media professionals that left New York, their apartments and their boyfriends in to travel four continents in a year. On this blog they share their experiences on this journey.
Backpacking with a Bookhttp://jonabering.wordpress.com
ONA BRANZUELA BERING is raised in Cebu, Philippines. She scales mountains, treks rivers, combs beaches, hops towns, and takes photographs. She always travels with her backpack, books, pens and notebook, and Pawlita—her camera. For now, she travels to write.