Author: James Robertson


Sarah Sees the World

Sarah is a Wellington-based travel blogger who loves to hunt down the best coffee, wine, and food in her destination of choice – usually somewhere warm and sunny. After a […]

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The Global Couple

Petra and Shaun run the travel blog The Global Couple, focusing on travel adventures on a budget. These New Zealand travel bloggers have camped across America, backwards bungee jumped in […]

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Anita Hendrieka

Albanian based blogger Anita Hendrieka is dedicated to shedding some light on the unexplored and often misunderstood corners of the world. Born in Aoteroa, the New Zealand travel blogger has […]

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What’s Dave Doing

Like most good travel blogs, What’s Dave Doing got its start after its owner Dave sold all his possessions and quit his 9 to 5 to travel. The kiwi travel […]

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Our Wayfaring Life

Daryl and Emma, and their dog Chika, are Aussie travel bloggers who enjoy caravanning full-time. They hate being tied down in one place or job for too long, making the […]

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Blogger At Large

Megan Singleton is the New Zealand travel blogger behind Blogger At Large, a candid insight to a life on the road. Trading life in the small town of Hastings for […]

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Travel With A Spin

Travel With A Spin is travel log about international travel. Most of the posts are about Europe, but there are also some about Jordan and Cuba. It contains stories about […]

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A Lady in London

A Lady in London is run by a travel blogger from England based out of London. Her blog site featured travel and lifestyle content focused on travelling around London and […]

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That Anxious Traveler

Nicky, a travel blogger from England, started That Anxious Traveler in an effort to help people who have anxiety learn how to travel, well, anxiety free. She has made it […]

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Our Lap Of A Lifetime

“We are an ordinary family working and travelling around Australia. Join us on this epic journey and who knows, we may just inspire you to do the same.” That is […]

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