12 Travel Blog Posts You Must Read Before Hitting The Road
Here’s an article I wrote for Buzzfeed with some must read blogs posts for first time travellers.
I Am Aileen / Via iamaileen.com
Intrepid travel blogger ‘I Am Aileen’ has one of the most unfortunate fears for a travel blogger – A fear of flying. For many it prevents them from exploring the world but Aileen shares her own tips and tricks to help ease the worry of flying.
Resfeber Travel Blog / Via resfebertravelblog.com
If saving the funds needed to travel is too much of a daunting task, head over to Resfeber Travel Blog for some smart alternative thinking on how to get the cash together without any of the pain. It’s either this or rob a bank, guys.
Johnny Jet / Via johnnyjet.com
There isn’t a blog better at finding value for money in the skies than Johnny Jet. Here is the low down on how they go about finding the very best flights for next-to-nothing.
The Blonde Abroad / Via theblondeabroad.com
Feeling a little intimidated by the open road is completely natural. Here, The Blonde Abroad explains how she has tackled the road successfully with her ultimate guide to travelling solo.
Nomadic Matt / Via nomadicmatt.com
It’s boring but it has to be done. You’ll be glad you read this guide from Nomadic Matt if you find yourself abroad and in need of making a claim. Must stay awake and read post.
A View From The Wing / Via viewfromthewing.boardingarea.com
Is there any better feeling that getting something for nothing? You can experience that feeling a little more often with this guide from A View From The Wing.
Silver Spoon / Via silverspoonlondon.co.uk
Avoid smelling terrible from wearing the same clothes for three days in a row with this guide from Silver Spoon, who had to wear the same sweaty dress for three days.
The Luxury Travel Expert / Via i.ytimg.com
Champagne taste, prosecco budget? Have you even boarded a plane, only to feel sick as you walk past the luxury seats towards the economy section? The Luxury Travel Expert can help you find a luxury seat for less.
Indie Traveller / Via indietraveller.co
There are so many guides, apps, websites and tools available to help you with your trip. This handy guide from Indie Traveller explains where they all are and what they all do.
Y Travel / Via ytravelblog.com
Having kids doesn’t need to mean the end of your life on the road, if you can stomach taking the screaming brats with you. Over at Y Travel they share their top tips for how to travel with kids and do it safely.
Retire Early And Travel / Via retireearlyandtravel.com
According to Retire Early And Travel, you have to start thinking about this now and follow these few handy steps if you want to spend your later years on the road.
Keep Calm And Travel / Via keepcalmandtravel.com
And finally… Once you hit the road, you can stay on it indefinitely if you can find a way to earn a little cash on the go. Here’s how Keep Calm And Travel turned travelling into a profession through their blog.