German history fanatics will get a big thrill out of this page. You can learn all about Deutschland past via the beauty and diversity of its stamps through the centuries here.
Nautical and aquatic stamp lovers now have a special watery stamp page devoted just to them. This page specializes in stamps about ships and the seas.
Blogger Joony, from South Korea, has assembled a page that concentrates on stamps representing particular nations. Every day, a new and gorgeous stamp is featured.
The Faroe Islands, not a commonly known country, is well-known in the philatelist world for its beautiful stamp history. This blog catches you up to speed on this secret.
The primary objective of this blog is to foster a virtual community of stamp lovers from around the world. The head blogger, hailing from India, has from all accounts succeeded.
Blogger Mansoor has a special affinity not only for stamps coming from India, but also within that stamps about ships and boats. The specialization results in an exciting collection of posts.
Those stamp lovers who are seeking to boost their understanding of philatelist trends in Asia would do well to bookmark this one. Stamps from China, Japan, India, and elsewhere are featured.
This scientist by day moonlights as a huge stamp collecting fan and blogger. He loves stamps especially from his homelands of India and Trinidad and Tobago.
Every Olympic Games undoubtedly generates a ton of memorabilia, not the least of which comes in the form of stamps. This blog lives to cover this important athletic trend.
One important and historical trend in the history of Indian stamps is that of the "se-tenant" stamp. Read this blog for more information on this grouped, block-typed stamp.
Sometimes, you find yourself just a little more than obsessed with the stamp collection you've amassed over time. At those moments, turn to this blogger, whose writer can relate.
This is an ideal site to direct any first-time stamp collector to, when they need to shore up their elementary stamp knowledge. Posts are easy-to-read and informative.
This blog bills itself as one of the preeminent philatelist sites out there, and with good reason. The contributors to the site bring a hefty sum of stamp savvy to the writing.
It can be tempting to skip Central America's connective countries and head straight to Brazil and Argentina. Kirsten safeguards you from missing out on C.A.'s treasures.
If you're looking for a legitimate Latin America expert, you'll want to bookmark Bart's page. His knowledge on the region overflows through every post written.
Ditch the travel guides you bought from the bookstore and instead jot down this blog's personal tips to travel before you leave for L.A. It also provides an essential read on travel networking.
Blogger David Miller lives in Argentina and has been commended for his great writing on the country. Turn here before that big trip to Buenos Aires.
Blogger Katie, from Buenos Aires, arrived at the Argentinian hotspot from Philadelphia and really never left. Every post she writes examples her indelible love for the city.
This blog will help you go from a naive, slightly timid traveler to one who is informed and ready to conquer the back roads. Take a moment to read through posts with travel recommendations and more.
Travel in Colombia, especially for Americans, can be seen and dangerous, not worth it. This blog, honest with you about the facts, also shows a bunch of beautiful things about the country.
This fun and vibrant magazine-blog is all about the ins and outs of life in Colombia. Reading this site will keep you as in the know as the country's citizens.
Blogger Abbey is not an actual princess, but her blog reports her feelings of living the high and beautiful life from Nicaragua.
An expatriate lady currently living in Honduras makes an excellent case for visiting the country. Its crises aside, this blogger promotes this country's zesty elements.
This blogger will have you chanting that Roatan, Honduras deserves to be your next travel destination. Her post, Things That Pulled Me In, did just that to us when reading it.
Thought about looking up info on Lima, but settled for eating Lima beans instead? Nix the legumes and get the real thing, with this blog's expert counsel.