Everywhere on the Internet you’ll find listings of “Top Ten Travel Blogs”. But hey – we’ve gone one step better! Here are our Top Eleven Travel Blogs. The quality is so even that we’ve listed them alphabetically rather than giving a 1 to 11 rating; but they all share one thing in common – that is, EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN.
A Glass half full: The blog’s sub-title, “Share the life, loves and laughter of travel writer Lee Mylne”, sums it up well.
Briar’s Travel Beat: Briar Jensen’s quirky look at a super-quirky world.
Expedition Cruising: Rod Eime tells all there is to know, and then some, about “the world of small ship, adventure and expedition travel”.
Food, Wine, Travel: An excellent (and most importantly, regularly-updated) journal by Canberra-based Christine Salins.
Frequent Small Flyer: Sheriden Rhodes offers down-to-earth advice on “Travel Adventures with Kids”
Get Up & Go: Go globe-scouring with Bev Malzard, editor of Get Up & Go magazine.
Grumpy Traveller: This effort by David Whitney gets the award for “Most honest travel blog on the Internet”.
Kao Jai Thailand: All you’ll ever want to know about Thailand, including heaps of practical tips, from Julie Miller.
Little Nomads: Deborah Dickson-Smith’s practical wisdom on Best Family Holidays with Kids
Transitory Traveller: Rob Woodburn’s award-winning take on “feeling the magic while feeding the wanderlust”.
Travel Boating Lifestyle: Fiona Harper’s “online magazine to inspire you” is chock-a-block with in-depth stories.