Travel bug

3 Travel Blogs You Need To Follow Right Now

I am sure a lot of you would want to travel and see the world but something just keeps holding you back. Instead of riding that plane to a different land, you are here, reading this blog in the hopes that you will gain something from it. Well, prepare bookmarking a lot of posts because I will be sharing with you three of the best travel blogs I have been following.

**this is in no particular order**

http://www.travelerette.com/

texasAbout the blog: The blog is pretty simple. It contains travel tips for the solo female adventurer.

About the writer: The blog is written by Travelerette, a New Yorker female traveller who speaks English and French fluently. She has been to Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania, and South America. Her goal is to visit, of course, every country in the world, and all 50 states in America.

 

http://travelhabeat.com/

About the blog: The blog is an anthology of the writer’s destinations, accommodations, adventures, and love for food.

About the writer: Travelhabeat is written by Arriane, a Manila-based Filipina. What is surprising about her is that she works in the busy corporate world yet she manages to travel a lot. She has been to 7 other countries aside from the Philippines. If she is not working, she is most probably out seeing the world one country at a time.

 

http://twomonkeystravelgroup.com/

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About the blog: The blog is a community travel blog about DIY travel trips and life inspirations.

About the writer: The blog is a child of two travelling entrepreneurs, Kach and Jonathan. Today, it has become a multi-awarded community travel blog for 20 amazing travel bloggers.

 

As they say, we travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us. What are you waiting for? Check their blogs out now, and thank me later 😉

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Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. I am not compensated for this. All photos in this post came from the websites mentioned above. I do not claim ownership of any of the photos used herein.

 

 

 

 

 

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