An awesome travel blog can yield some of the most inspiring content online. If you're like us at JG Black Book, you want in on the action. What's the funkiest undiscovered South East Asian city, the most unusual European dining experience, or the ultimate South American beach getaway? For those of us non-nomads, the following bloggers provide a beautiful glimpse into the world of expert adventure, motivating us to gear up for our next vibrant voyage. Check out five of our favorite travel blogs here and follow them for your daily around-the-world digest:
'PINCH is the online cultural lifestyle magazine from the people behind the award-winning luxury travel and lifestyle websites Black Tomato, Beach Tomato, and Epic Tomato. PINCH was created to explore the connection between travel and peoples’ passions and lifestyle choices. At the heart of it is the recognition that very often it is our other loves that move us to get on the road.'
'In August 2010, we took the first flight of our RTW trip and headed to Iceland! Since then we have been lucky enough to drive across the United States, camp in Iceland, hang out in London, eat our way through Paris, work on an organic farm in Tuscany and track down long lost family members in Lacedonia, Italy. It’s been an amazing adventure and we would love to have you wander with us!'
'Mapping Words is geared towards independent “indie” travelers who are curious about the world and more interested in average, overlooked places beyond typical tourist destinations. This blog mainly appeals to long-term travelers, slow travelers and expats in their 20′s and 30′s who have immersed themselves in a foreign country and have made quality connections with people and place abroad.'
'I’m a former lawyer currently traveling (and eating!) my way around the world, one country at a time. This site began when I quit my job in 2008 and took off to see the world, having saved up money by lawyering for 5 years in New York City. I wanted to have a blog where I could post photos and share crazy stories so that my friends and family could follow along from afar.
I thought I would return to lawyering after a year or so on the road, but as you know (since you’re reading this now), a return to the law never happened. This is my vaguely chronological recounting of my time living and eating abroad.'
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-the JG Black Book team