LL World Tour: Emmy Award winning TV producer, Lisa Lubin, chucks it all to travel around the world! Follow her witty tales, tips, and rants!
SmallWorldPursuits: Alisha’s educational blog about broadening horizons, traveling, volunteering, and connecting with cultures around the world. She knows a lot about the topic since she lived it herself in Chile.
CooneyWorldAdventures: If you want to see how to take a career break with a family, check out the Cooneys.
FlipNomad: Follow Flip around the Phillipines and other countries.
Travel Yourself: Another great video travel site whre you can follow Cailin as she shows you the great places she’s been.
Stay Adventurous: Other than being known for his love of the vuvuzela, Craig is a passionate traveler, and has a special love for Mexico.
IndieTravelPodcast: Craig and Linda have been on the road for a while writing and podcasting along the way.
Art of Backpacking: Fun travel site for independent backpackers. And, they do some serious dabbling in video!
SoloTravelerBlog: Great advice for anyone who’s traveling alone. Janice brings you stories from around the world. A couple of highlights include Travel Alone – Where and How and The Best of Solo Travel
Uncornered Market: Dan and Audrey have some of the best photos and stories on the web to get you inspired to travel.
Fly-Brother: Ernest gives you his advice, mostly (but not exclusively) on getting around South America where he’s lived for years. Also has a cool podcast!
Unstoppable Family: The Swans have been traveling the world for over 7 years! Check them out and how they do it.
Start Backpacking: Greg gives you his tips and advice for getting around the world with your backpack.
Everything-Everywhere: Gary is the sage of travel blogging and writing. And, yet he´s probably more of a travel photographer than writer. His site will link you into the travel world functionally and visually.
Trail of Ants: Kiwi traveler Ant Stone tells his own personal travel stories and dishes saucy travel advice.
BearShapedSphere: American ex-pat living in Chile commenting on the quirks of travel and living overseas