Travel blogs we follow

WordPress is not only a very easy to use and practical platform to blog, it’s also a community. Trip By Trip has now over 200 followers via WordPress. That’s not enormous, but we’re happy with this following.

Let us take this opportunity to put the spotlight on of them. We’ll present some more in the near future and we’re preparing a post on Belgian bloggers as well.

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In no particular order

Paris 1972 – Versailles 2013 blogs mostly about France, with many pictures.

Peter Eugene J. Albert is a Borneo, Indonesia native living in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He posts flight reviews, travel tales and writes about moving to KL.

Shimayan blogs in Japanse, but offers nice insights on life in Japan.

Dan of DanVentureTravels.com is a travel blogger from South Africa. He doesn’t blog often, but it’s nice to read a non-European perspective.

Derek and Mike from the United States work and live in Copenhagen, Denmark. Their blog, Robe trotting has posts on the expat life, travelling in Europe and cultural differences.

Icefogger keeps his posts on Circle to Circle short and simple. “This is the story of your average, run of the mill Alaskan as he attempts to drive the length of The Americas in a 1966 Land Rover. I hesitate to even state my goal up front like that, since anything can happen when you leave Alaska in a 44 year old vehicle in November.”

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August Phoenix is a hat maker from Seattle in the USA who loves to travel. You can follow her journey on Daveno Travels.

Marion from Love Travelling Blog travels to inspiring destinations.

Some blogs are multilingual. But Sartenada from Finland is a champion at it, posting intriguing photos from Suomi.

Sam moved from the United Kingdom to Australia on a Working Holiday Visa. You can follow his adventures on his blog One Chance To See The World.

Dream Go Explore is a travel blog run by German speaking twin sisters. They blog in English and German and really travel the world.

We follow more people. We’ll present them in the future. Can you recommend travel bloggers on WordPress?Β 

21 Comments Add yours

  1. Well, that was unexpected… thanks for the shout out! Love your Trip By Trip!

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    1. Timothy says:

      Thank you for following us, the interaction and your own blog πŸ™‚

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  2. Sam says:

    Cheers Timothy for linking to my blog!! Great post making us aware of other blogs and bloggers. Much appreciated πŸ™‚

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    1. Timothy says:

      You’re welcome… and thank you for your blog πŸ™‚

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  3. What a lovely post Timothy. So great to see bloggers being supportive of others.

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    1. Timothy says:

      It’s genuinely something I love on WordPress

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  4. Sartenada says:

    Thank You noticing me Timothy. I appreciate it very much.

    Have a good day!

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    1. Timothy says:

      Thank you for your interesting blog posts!

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  5. Thanks Timothy! You guys add a lot to the community including linking us with even more blogs to follow. Cheers!

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  6. icefogger says:

    Thanks Timothy! I appreciate the shout out. Cheers!

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    1. Timothy says:

      You’re welcome 😊

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  7. Operation X says:

    Leuk overzicht van reisbloggers die jullie volgen!
    Ik vind het altijd wel leuk om over reizen te lezen. Ik heb er praktisch veel mee te maken vanwege bedreigde talen!
    Lezen jullie trouwens de krant Trouw? Vandaag stond er een stukje waar ook mijn taalreisplannen aangehaald werden!
    – Dyami

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    1. Timothy says:

      Bedankt Dyami!

      Dat artikel ga ik zeker opzoeken. Bedankt voor de tip.

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      1. Operation X says:

        Hartstikke leuk. Benieuwd naar de reactie!😊

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      2. Timothy says:

        Weet je nog de titel van het artikel?

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    1. Timothy says:

      Interessant artikel. En ik ben het helemaal eens met je betoog. Zoeken naar een waardig Nederlands alternatief is goed. In jargon (management, luchtvaart, …) wordt te veel Engels gebruikt.

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      1. Operation X says:

        Dat is mooi om te horen, ik zal het ook zeker doorgeven aan de journalist, ze heeft er veel werk aan gehad. πŸ˜‰
        Zeer belangrijk dat jij het ook zo ziet. We moeten inderdaad meer aan het Nederlands doen, eigenlijk bennen we inmiddels een inhaalslag te maken om onze taal gelijk met andere talen te maken wat betreft eigenheid (zoals in de zin van eigen woordenschat en spreekwoorden). Syntaxis en grammatica mogen we ook niet vergeten, deze dragen bij aan onze eigenheid.
        Dat laatste wat ik aanhaalde in het artikel is zeker ook een zwaarwegende reden waarom ik het blog opgericht heb! πŸ˜€

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      2. Operation X says:

        *bennen* staat er maar het moet *hebben* wezen. Autocorrect op mijn telefoonπŸ˜‚

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      3. Timothy says:

        Grammatica en syntaxis zijn inderdaad belangrijk. Anglicismen en Engelse spelling (woorden afeen schrijven) nemen toe.

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