As ever tell us about the best bloggers!
I read a lot of blogs - not as many as I'd like - and no where near as many as are on travelblog.org - so who are you reading?
Why are you reading?
Would the rest of the world be interested?
Nominate and link (if you can) here - look for the little code [blogger=1234] on the homepage of your favorite bloggers.
Specifically I'm looking for bloggers who are not featured on the front page - or those that have just started on their trip and show a lot of promise!
I just loved this blog by Tiffany Phillips.. Reality Check
very insightful on why/reasons to travel..... for some reason it bought me to tears... just gorgeous
I like these two from couples living in Samoa and Japan
Pierquets in Japan
and this one about a guy who left the USA to sail around the pacific
Who is the best writer on TravelBlog? I mean someone with real humour and imagination, who writes from unknown places and from an unexpected point of view? Someone to settle down and read with a cup of tea!
well this thread has been around about 3 times, so i was trying to mention new ones that havent been posted previously...
Ali is looking for ones that havent been on the front page.
With cronyism rife on this subject I only feel mildly corrupt about recommending my mate deleted_32415
New feature - Most Recommended Blog Feed
- so as well as posting here - recommend other bloggers with the little recommend button on their page.
Once this has stabilised the recommended button will form the basis of which blogs appear on the front page.
Cronyism will become more and more important with this feature ... but hopefully great blogs will continue to feature on the front page.
Exactly what I was looking for! Such an addictive writing style.
This is listed right under his comment (i am not friends with or know him 😉 but I love Jonathon's blogs
check it out here! Looks like he is having lots of ups and downs living in the Ukraine!!
A long-time blogger but just starting out on a new adventure - this time by sailing boat - unpaidbill
is worth a look. Sassy and opinionated but fun to read.
Thanks to these two for keeping me awake and thoroughly entertained at work...
- the Jack Dee of Travelblogging.
- an Australian mining carnivore living life as a vegetarian in Ghana.