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22 blogs about Travel.

    Family focused outdoor adventures. By Summer Ludwig, Bill Ludwig. 🇺🇸 More info

    Basic Survival Training for Beginners: The 8 Critical Skills
    Getting a grip on some fundamental survival techniques is a must for outdoor enthusiasts. We will scare you with stastics later but the fact is that everything we do has risks and it’s our responsibility …
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  2. Adventurous Kate - The Solo Female Travel Blog
    I teach women how to travel the world safely -- and I'm here to help you have the best trip ever. By Kate McCulley. 🇨🇿 More info

    Staying at Ecocamp Patagonia: A Sustainable Resort in Chile
    Staying at Ecocamp Patagonia was the biggest highlight of my monthlong honeymoon in Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay. I completely adored this place, and it made my time in Chilean Patagonia incredibly memorable. Ecocamp Patagonia is …
    By Adventurous Kate, 3,432 words
  3. Animated Meat
    The junk drawer of the universe. There is at least one useful thing here. By Ed Richter. 🇺🇸 More info

    Calaveras Big Trees State Park
    An afternoon at Big Trees Dear Reader, I am happy to report that Calaveras Big Trees State Park sits a scant three miles past the town of Arnold, California and is home to two groves …
    By Edward Richter, 1,042 words
  4. Atlas Obscura
    Definitive guidebook and friendly tour-guide to the world's most wondrous places. Travel tips, articles, strange facts and unique events. More info

    5 of Our Favorite Podcast Episodes to Celebrate Winter Wonder
    With a new year on the horizon, we pause to take stock of all the wonder in world, including some of our favorite classic episodes from the Atlas Obscura podcast. Join us as we reacquaint …
    By The Podcast Team, 345 words
  5. Breakfast and Travel Updates
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    Day 24: New York, Pt 5
    WelcomeYesterday we played our final headline show of 2023. No one was particularly quick off the mark yesterday morning. I didn’t leave the house until 12:30pm and when I headed out the door everyone was …
    By Benjamin Sinclair, 970 words
  6. Disoriented
    A personal travel and photography blog, with photographs from North and South America, Asia, Europe and Africa. By Angus McIntyre. 🇺🇸 More info

    Photographs taken in Tlemcen.
    By Angus McIntyre, 5 words
  7. Eat Sleep Cycle Blog
    Written by those who love to eat, sleep, cycle. From our base in Girona, Catalunya, we ride bikes all over Europe. 🇪🇸 More info

    Choosing the Perfect Bike for your Ride
    Booked a cycling trip and not sure what bike to rent? My 2024 guide to choosing the perfect bike for your planned ride is here! One cool thing about renting a bike for your Eat …
    By Louise Laker, 100 words
  8. Freewheeling France
    Cycling in France and velotourisme including bike routes, cycling books and information on French cycling holidays. By Lyn. 🇫🇷 More info

    Ventoux Cycling Holidays
    So you want to ride Ventoux? If you need a little support, I'm now offering a bespoke service to help you arrange your Ventoux cycling holiday. Here's how I can help.
    By Lyn, 34 words
  9. Longstride: Trail Journals
    Hiking and trail journals from the Appalachian Trail, the Pacific Crest Trail, the Continental Divide Trail, and beyond. By John Bafford. 🇺🇸 More info

    Day 96: Zero in St Arnaud
    After a hard two weeks to start the South Island, I took a break in the small town of St Arnaud. I slept in a bit, then wandered over to the general store to get …
    By John “Longstride” Bafford, 295 words
  10. Nomadic Notes
    Travel blog and weekly travel newsletter. By James Clark. More info

    Notes on Koh Lipe: The beachiest holiday island in Thailand
    This island in Thailand had everything I wanted in a tropical beach break. Ko Lipe is a Thai island in the Andaman Sea in Satun Province. It’s the most southerly island you can stay at …
    By James Clark, 1,663 words
  11. Our Blog — Just a Little Further
    It's not just's our lifestyle. By David Lynn, Marcie Lynn. 🇺🇸 More info

    Curling in Fairbanks - Rocks and Sheets
    “It’s okay if you think curling is boring. It’s kind of a smart people sport.” — On a shirt we saw in Fairbanks Curling… and I don’t mean your tresses at the beauty salon… is …
    By Marcie, 988 words
  12. Packing Up The Pieces | Blog
    Travel. Make the Most of Life's Grand Adventure. By Megan Anderson. 🇺🇸 More info

    9 Awesome Hikes in the Azores | The Best Hike on Every Island
    The Azores are nine volcanic islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and make a wonderful destination for hikers. Each island has its own personality and this post highlights the best hikes in the …
    By Megan Anderson, 68 words
  13. Paul's Beer & Travel Blog
    A blog about beer, travel and the enjoyment of them both. By Paul Bailey. 🇬🇧 More info

    Mortlake, Brentford and memories of Watney's
    I’ve written elsewhere about the funeral I attended at Mortlake Crematorium last Friday, and I had it in my mind that Mortlake represented a stretch of the River Thames in London that I hadn’t been …
    By Paul Bailey, 1,503 words
    Backpacking, Camping, Hiking, and the Outdoors. By Paul Magnanti. 🇺🇸 More info

    Gear Review – The Squak Mountain Co Woolie
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    By Paul Mags, 38 words
  15. Poemas del río Wang
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    The last serf village in Europe
    As you drive from Málaga airport through the Málaga mountains into the interior of Andalusia, just before the Antequera junction where the roads branch off to Seville, Córdoba and Granada, a compact cluster of houses …
    By Studiolum, 1,151 words
  16. Randomwire
    Exploring Asia since 2003. By David. 🇯🇵 More info

    China by High-Speed Rail
    China has the world’s largest and most extensively used high-speed rail network, currently over 38,000 km in length, and it aims to reach 70,000 km by 2035. Riding this modern miracle is both enthralling and …
    By David, 251 words
  17. Seat 31B – The World In Economy Class
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    The Enigma of Atlantis Bahamas
    One of the most touted benefits of Caesars Diamond status is that you can get a free stay at the Atlantis Bahamas. This is a destination I wouldn’t ever have normally considered, but there was …
    By TProphet, 613 words
  18. Sinclair Trails
    The travels of David and Jennifer Sinclair, full-timing in their Tiffin Allegro Bus 40SP motorhome. By David Sinclair. 🇺🇸 More info

    Lambert’s Cafe
    I usually don’t do a blog post about a restaurant, unless it is particularly remarkable. Lambert’s Cafe fits that criterion. We went there for lunch, and it was quite the experience. Their claim to fame …
    By David, 356 words
  19. Stay & Roam
    outdoor life · travel · nature. By Gemma Evans. 🇸🇪 More info

    Around Stockholm, January 2024
    January was yet another month of snow and bitterly cold weather. There were large snow piles, kids on sledges, swathes of ice covering…
    By Gemma Evans, 27 words
    Veteran advice for cycle tourers & bikepackers. 🇺🇸 More info

    No Stupid Questions: How To Fly With Bike Boxes & Bags For Touring & Bikepacking?
    A reader writes: We are in the planning stages of a bike trip in Europe – Oslo/Stockholm – Rotterdam-ish in the fall of 2024. We are experienced cycle tourers, so we are good on a …
    By Tom, 2,114 words