Travel blogs can be short-lived affairs, about as transitory as travel itself. Or they can end up becoming a long-term journal, covering everything from quick day trips to frequent business trips.
We launched TravelBlogs about three weeks ago with 13 blogs. One of those, Paul Willis' account of a journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway, has come to an end. But luckily, we've come across another handful of great blogs to add to our collection:
- Rambling Traveler
Most of Stacy's trips are close to her Minnesota home, and her colourful blog brings her journeys alive.
- Slow Travel
A round the world trip without flying! Employing every mode of transport available and revelling in the slow movement through landscape, culture, people and language rather than just passing over it all in an aluminium sausage! This blog is all about the joy of slow and low carbon travel...
- Travis on Tour
The adventures of a young traveller teaching English in South Korea.
- Reason to Wander
Amy and Sloan are two young travellers from Oregon on a "big crazy world adventure".
The bloggers featured on TravelBlogs last month produced some great writing. Check out the best in the September archives.
One particular highlight was an interview with Sean Aiken, who is on a year-long mission to find a career he can be passionate about.