The creativity & desire to share experiences among those who have been blessed with the passion, opportunity & ability to wander & explore is a beautiful thing. This is the *ULTIMATE* updated travel blog list on the web with over 4,000 travel blogs listed! We spend *significant* time searching for travel blogs not yet in this list. Focus is on domain name sites in English in the format: www.name.ext. More info about this list here.
This is a site dedicated to both long and short form travel writing. Its mission is to report on things beautiful and interesting, dangerous and rare. It is dedicated to the sound of grilling meat after a Thai midnight, the call to adventure hiding in a Netflix queue and the hopes of a marginalized community on the slopes of Lima. This site is about the world we live in and the people we share it with, and is one where lighthearted and fun travel pieces can run next to serious reporting.
Together, we have travelled the Southern States by Greyhound, explored Japan and Korea, hiked through Britain from the very south to the very north, took the Trans-Siberian Railway from Moscow to Beijing, and roamed the Mongolian Steppes on horseback.
There are two objectives to Thinking Nomads: firstly to share, inspire and advise anyone who is interested in independent travel everything from how, what and where. We have picked up bit of travel wisdom along the way and want to share it with anyone that is interested. In our eyes traveling is a form of education that opens the mind to new cultures and teaches valuable life skills.
I guess the urge to travel and the fascination for airplanes was inherited because both my parents spent parts of their working life in the travel industry. I do remember my first flight and that also made me interested in airplanes. I am not a full fledged geek but follow the development and the industry.
I’m Sophie Pearce and two years ago I decided to ditch my desk and the thought of ‘settling down’ to backpack around South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand for 6 months. When I got back, I didn’t want the journey to end and so I decided to tick off a few more countries but this time by myself. Travelling solo wasn’t easy at first, in fact it was terrifying, but I fell head over heels in love with it!
I am a writer, blogger, and social good advocate living in Minneapolis, Minnesota with my husband and two children. A world wanderer at heart, I have been fortunate to have visited over 30 countries by either traveling, working, studying or volunteering.