Cari posing in front of one of Paris’ most beautiful panoramic views at the Sacre Coeur
A Directory of Black Travel and Black Ex-pat blogs:
Urban Travel Girl – Thoughts on Black Women living Globally Through International Travel.
Fly Brother - Check out Ernest as he details his travels from his new home base.
Thanks for the Food – Taking on the challenge of cooking real food in Norway everyday without going broke.
My Favorite Travel Bloggers:
Nomadic Samuel – Join this globetrotting Canadian as he celebrates his sixth year of world travels.
The Roamantics – couple & solo travel adventures & misadventures around the world
Man on the Lam – Raymond is a man and he’s on the lam. He runs a cleverly written travel blog with a focus on the upbeat, the offbeat and the word on the street. His motto is, ‘I give good blog!”
Glamour Granny Travels – Travel ideas for older women who roam the world in style and comfort
Lonely Planet Featured Bloggers for 2010 – 2012:
Uncommon Travel – World Travel: Traveling, writing, being human. I write offbeat, quirky vignettes.
Just Wandering – Budget travel in the Philippines, Southeast Asia and Australia.
This is Ghana Blog – Ghana, blogging and social entrepreneurship.
Matthew’s Travel Blog – My thoughts on everything – A travel blog focusing on the weird, wonderful and more traditional aspects of Thailand. My website is South East Asia focused.
Photito’s Blog – A travel journalist’s confessions.
I Moved To Africa – I moved to Africa, traveling, experiencing life on a US Embassy compound and waiting for the recession to end.
Traveling Naturally – Green Earth Guide author – I write about green/eco traveling mostly in Europe and the USA.
La Tortuga Viajera – A travel resource and blog based on my experiences as an American living in Spain with my Spanish fiance.
Travelling Wakanoobies – Travel as we see it, all around the world.
Great Places in Bulgaria – Alternative tourism in Bulgaria – the real natural wealth of Bulgaria you won’t find in brochures.
Fourteen months, four countries, and three kids – Tales from the Field - Stories from a family with three kids traveling to and living in four countries over the course of 14 months. Also, political commentary and tips for writers.