Best travel blogs
As you may have noticed, tramp friend, we write a lot. We write about our adventures, give advice and share our thoughts. Despite this, we still have time to read the stories of other travelers, so to speak, our brethren. Among them there are those who inspire us, there are those who please us with beautiful texts, there are those who take incredible photos and explore hard-to-reach places. The moment has come to tell you about them, and we will do it in the form of our personal, subjective top chart. Meet:
Nikita Demin, Goodbye Normals project. He gets to the first line for one simple reason: this person inspired us with his example. Best travel blogs Yes, we found the page of Nikita and his former partner Hannah two years ago when we ourselves were looking for an opportunity to go on a big trip. Now Nikita alone surfs the expanses of our planet, takes good photographs, mounts almost a movie about his journey, and very well describes the events happening to him in text form. Six months ago, a scandal erupted around Goodbye Normals: Hanna wrote a huge post on their page that Nikita systematically beat her, that they deceived people, talking about a monthly budget of 30 thousand rubles and much more. The best travel blogs Personally, this is not us strongly interested, and we are not inclined to draw conclusions.
We wish good luck to Nikita, and we hope that our paths will someday cross.
Vitaly Kuvshinov and Lesya Rekunova, Hellofriend project. Such positive, peaceful and infinitely kind people still need to be looked for. This married couple conquers the world with their love, making it a little happier and cleaner. The best travel blogs They write amazingly, without swearing and other indispensable attributes of modern literature, the videos are bright, and the photos are taken so that you want to send them to Nation Geographic. They move mainly by hitchhiking, visit all sorts of non-tourist places, and spend the night in a tent. Now they travel around the USA and feed Americans with pancakes :).
Sasha Potocki, Nomadic Reporter. To see as much as the eyes of this guy saw was not given to everyone. What he just did not experience in his own skin, and in some only, sometimes the wildest, places he did not visit. He was ill with a fever, watched military operations, studied the Papuans, etc. According to him, he has already spent 8 years on the road, and this is a lot by any measure. Now he is engaged in journalism and collaborates with the My Planet website. Good luck, Sasha, no more fever!