Spotted by Locals - Experience cities like a localhttp://www.spottedbylocals.com
Spotted by Locals is a series of city blogs, PDF city guides and mobile apps with up-to-date tips by handpicked local writers in 41 cities in Europe.
A Malaysian University student who became world travel addicted after being in South Korea for some time. LeX the student traveller. He travel almost every week to Festivals, Cultural village, Concert, industry visit, hiking, beaches and many more. As to share those experience, LeX paradise blog had be establish to share the latest events happening in South Korea as well as amazing travel experience.Travel through South Korea with Lex Paradise.
Glenn and Dixie looked forward to the second half of their lives, took the next exit and began exploring the back roads. They got out of debt, sold most of their belongings then quit their jobs! They escaped normal and are now traveling the world...
Travels and adventures of a guy who enjoys performing headstands and crazy stunts during his trips in the Philippines and the rest of Asia. He just started his backpacking trip across Southeast Asia in order to live as a digital nomad.
Idiot's Guide To Surviving Lifehttp://www.survivelife101.com
A Blog filled with the experiences of a hippie, nomadic economics student in South Africa. this is a Blog where I share all my travel and student lifestyle stories and experiences from around the world. Tips for extreme budget travel and how to cope with the bitter sweet nomadic student life.
I have started this blog as a way of documenting a journey. A voyage into a new and unknown way of life that our family of four has been envisioning for the past few years. We have left behind work, school, home, and all those things that give us some false sense of security and comfort in order to find alternative ways of experiencing the world. We are now officially in a pursuit of happiness and adventure. In September 2012, I withdrew the kids from school. In October, my husband and I left work. In November, we piled up a bunch of clothes, books, and tools on our newly acquired 1988 34-feet motor home that we called Baba Ghanoush, and left our house in Canada fleeing south in search of a boat. After five months on the road, we found our version of the “perfect boat”. One that will be our home, our vehicle, and our school for an unknown number of years. A boat that will take us just about everywhere we want to go: Fata Morgana, a 2001 Robertson&Caine Leopard 38.