Anthony, author of the Blog The Travel Tart, introduces to his audiences a humorous and offbeat side into the world of travel. With hilarious stories, random photos of funny street signs, and crazy pictures/ videos, Anthony claims that travel shouldn’t be taken too seriously.
Dave, author of “The Longest Way Home” addresses this in his blog which in itself, over the years, has become a personal portal he can call home. After 8 years of a continual no-return adventure, this travel expert finds himself on a global quest to travel the world in search of home.
Jane Meighan, author of Runaway Jane, is an expert blogger who has an unwavering passion for travel. She uses this passion to encourage and motivate others in their travel endeavors and puts forth sound advice on how to travel for longer periods of time and in a more cost-effective way.
Traveler. Wanna-be expat. Giant Stepper. Gillian writes about travel, moving abroad and stepping out into the uncomfortable on her blog One-Giant-Step.com.
From Belgium to Honduras, Columbia to Maui, Ayngelina Brogan has explored it all! Bitten by the travel bug early, this enthusiastic adventurer has built herself quite the travel centric life.
Traveling in itself is a beautiful thing. But when you travel with your kids, the experience is taken to new heights entirely. Anna, the author of Mommy Poppins (New York) is an expert at centering activities around children.
On every block there is a house with a dark tale and every city hosts hundreds of ghost stories. Whether spawned from rumors or truth, these tales spin into truly horrifying legends with each retelling. However, there are three that should stand out in every traveler’s mind, three legends that echo from a terrifying, historic site.
I was lucky enough to take a trip to New Orleans this past week and see what it has to offer. It had always been one of the…
Twenty-eight oak trees line the awe-inspiring driveway of the decadent Oak Alley Plantation in New Orleans, Louisiana. These were the reason why Jacques Joseph Roman chose this plantation to woo his wife into moving from the hustle and bustle of the French Quarter and into the countryside. Marie used the plantation as a social gathering point for all of her city friends and entertained guests on their own country retreats. The plantation was even the site of many popular films like Interview With a Vampire and Primary Colors.
Interview With a Travel Blogger: Carol Cain of NYCityMama Shares Her Tips on Travel & Following Your Dreams