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Whether you like to find the best advice or the most niche travel ideas, here are the best travel bloggers to follow.
Family travel: TRAVEL WITH BENDER
Philosophy: "The ultimate guide for family travel."
What we like: Travelling since their two children were only two and three years old, Erin and Josh Bender have made the impossible possible.
What we love: An endless supply of family travel experiences and first-hand information on family destinations. The Benders have travelled to over 65 countries and their accounts are compelling. Global family travel has never felt so achievable.
Our favourite blog: 5 Kid-Friendly Camping Recipes Your Family Will Love.
Couple’s travel: DRINK TEA & TRAVEL
Philosophy: "Fuelled by curiosity, a sense of adventure, and an occasional cup of good tea.”
What we like: Oksana and Max are a married, tea drinking duo from Canada. They have been enjoying an envy-inducing nomadic lifestyle since 2015.
What we love: These two are living the dream,but on a budget. Their blogs are beautifully honest; detailing how to achieve sustainable living on a feasible amount of money. Their sense of adventure is inspirational, their imagery astounding.
Our favourite blog: 9 Tips for Travelling asa Couple.
Solo travel: PS I’M ON THE WAY
Philosophy: "I am not travelling. I just choose to be somewhere else, all the time."
What we like: The slow, solo traveller, Trisha Velarmino wants to know what it feels like to eat, cook, speak and sleep in other cultures.
What we love: Trisha is bold. She’s a die hard Barcelona FC fan, she consumes a considerable amount of burgers and tacos, and she never shies away from the grittier destinations (i.e. the not so Insta-friendly places). You're just as likely to find her in a Tel Aviv nightclub as you are a Parisian café.
Our favourite blog: Did You Know? You Can Travel Armenia for 5 Days with a $30 USD Daily Budget.
Gay & lesbian travel: TRAVELS OF ADAM
Philosophy: "Your guide to the coolest things todo and see around the world."
What we like: Adam travels extensively. He’s also gay. While some might argue this is irrelevant, Adam’s blog highlights the importance of safety, comfort and politics, because they can affect the travels of a gay explorer. With topics that cover LGBTQ travel tips and gay-welcoming events, it’s both hipster cool and informative.
What we love: Incredibly in-depth information with engaging topics. It's refreshingly frank and will put everyone on the right track for a great trip.
Our favourite blog: Meat and Potatoe Dishes from 14 Different Cities around the World.
Baby boomer travel: BLONDE BRUNETTE TRAVEL
Philosophy: "Travel for the young at heart."
What we like: Two sisters from the USA navigating the globe together. Upfront and to the point, this travelling twosome are members of the mature wanderlust elite.
What we love: Documenting stories that are both sassy and helpful, blogs are witty but useful. The queens of common sense, wisdom prevails.
Our favourite blog: Unhelpful Travel Advice We Think You Should Ignore.
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