As many of our followers know we recently held the Travel Blogging hottest Hubby and Travel Divas contest. Response was incredible! We had loads of fun, made some new friends, and shared some great travel blogs. We decided not to neglect our solo traveler friends.
Our intent is not to run a petty beauty contest…only to give you a look at some of the very best in independent travel blogging. Blogs were nominated that focused on single travel. There are some really, really great folks out there on the road that have insights to share. So visit theses sites and vote early and often! Voting ends Jan 5th 2011.
“My name is Lillie, and I am a 29 year old, six foot tall Boston native. For six years, I taught high school English in the Boston Public Schools before flying out in August of 2009 to begin voyaging around the world!” http://www.aroundtheworldl.com
“For most of my adult life I have led a dichotomous existence of both wanting to flutter my wings around the world AND to settle down and focus on my true calling in life, which is being a Chinese Medicine Doctor.” http://mybeautifuladventures.com
“I am a twentysomething native Californian with an art history degree and love of adventure. This is a blog of my travels and expeditions…it is reviews, tips, advice and observations. It is a way for me to interact with other people like me who find the thrill of life in seeing new places.” http://cgtravelsblog.com
“SuzyGuese.com showcases people and places from around the world not in the ordinary, travel guidebook sense. I am fascinated by the simple way a story can be told, usually with a little humor.”(Doesn’t she have amazing hair!!?) http://suzyguese.com
After 8 hectic years of studying at UC Berkeley, University of Oxford, and earning a law degree in London (and a whole lot of letters after my name–BA, MPhil, GDL, LPC…), I couldn’t face starting work in a corporate law firm without first going out and reviving my battered and exhausted soul. So I moved to South Africa to undertake volunteer legal work at a human rights NGO instead. http://www.nilikutashani.com