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Great Travel Blogs

Even though I’m an avid traveler and have been many places in this wide world, I still look to other experienced travelers for tips (like the best offsite airport parking lot) and new ideas on destinations to visit. While I have put a lot of my travel knowledge to work for you in my blog, I’d like share some of my favorite travel blog sites.

The Vacation Gals

Three female travel bloggers share expert advice on family travel, girlfriend getaways, and romantic escapes. Their team includes Beth Blair from Minnesota (also a flight attendant), Jennifer Miner from California, and Kara Williams from Colorado. All professional travel bloggers and moms, they give you valuable reviews on based on personal experience for accommodations, activities and gear that make travel and enjoyable and rewarding experience for the entire family. Visit their travel blog at http://www.thevacationgals.com

Two Wandering Soles

Katie and Ben are originally from Minnesota so adventure comes by them naturally. They have a fresh approach to adventure travel by focusing on traveling responsibly by behaving ethically and in a way that benefits the communities they visit. While they don’t travel full time,  they make a living to keep moving around the world by making short term stops to work in the countries they visit while they write their blog. They don’t only teach you how to travel responsibly, you can learn how to be a digital nomad just like them while earning enough to see the world. https://www.twowanderingsoles.com/

Camels and Chocolate

Travel writer and journalist Kristin Luna has visited to over 80 countries and shares her experiences by both writing and photography, using humor along the way. Her travel blog is organized and simple highlighting destinations, photography and planning. She chronicles her latest destination and lets her visitors know where she is off to next, which gives you something to come back for. Take time visit her blog at http://www.camelsandchocolate.com

There are so many professional and hobby travel bloggers that offer great insight and advice. If you don’t have time to pour through numerous blog site, create a Twitter account and start exploring hash tags like #travel and follow travel enthusiasts for short snippets that are easy to scroll through and search until you find what you are looking for.

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