Subscribers often ask us what blogs we enjoy reading. The web is full of inspiration to travel better and satiate our wanderlust, but it can be difficult to wade through sponsored content and find the gems. Cutting right to the chase, below are blogs we’ve found amusing, insightful, inspirational, and beautifully written:
Michael’s blog/website has some of the best content and design on the web. His background in the industry allows him to feature a newspaper travel page that speaks to the masses. His emphasis is on the writing, but the photography is eye-catching in a daring in an uninhibited nature most travelers won’t dare.
A travel blog we all want to write, combining up-to-date reporting on current events and politics with cultural observations, engrossing photography, and excellent narratives.8. Classe Touriste
Benny is an Irishman who has travels to different countries learning the local language. His inspiring pursuit and method of learning enables people to gain fluency quicker than other more traditional methods of traditional instruction and use of input based learning.
A blog which details the lives of a family of five living around the world. Its an exceptional Foreign Service related blog for parents who are wondering what the overseas experience will be like for their children.
Laurel’s search of outdoor adventures and off-beat experience is a great read through and through, with fantastic photos and an optimistic outlook underlying the things she encounters.
A travel blog of professional travel writer Kristin Luna. An incredibly well written site with plenty of tales to tell her subscribers.
A spicy single female public diplomacy officer who blogs with a very creative style. Her humor and down to earth approach to foreign affairs as a Foreign Service Officer is a fantastic insight into the trials and tribulations of living a life abroad.
Completely bias, as we have only frequented this blog due to its parallels to our life as a construction engineer in the Foreign Service. Greg does a great job profiling the steps of the application process and was a tremendous resource while our life was in limbo.