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Top Travel Bloggers of the Week!

A list of some of the best travel bloggers out there! Check out these great blogs and read about their travels.

Heather Cowper | Heather on her Travels

Welcome to Heatheronhertravels.com where you’ll find travel inspiration and information , whether you’re a seasoned traveller or enjoying some escapism and dreaming of your next adventure.

Links: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Jaklien Van Melick | Passport and Toothbrush

Welcome to my blog Passport and Toothbrush where you'll find all kinds of quirky things and some not so quirky things that I have encountered during my travels around the world and at home here in London. Besides working and living abroad, I try to use every opportunity I get to travel. With passport and toothbrush in hand I try to visit at least one new country every year. Of the 60+ countries I've been to, Cuba and Japan are my absolute favourite, but you can find me somewhere on a beach in Spain where my parents live a couple of times a year. And of course the same goes for my beloved Holland.

Links: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Jayne Gorman | Girl Tweets World

Welcome! I'm Jayne Gorman, a professional travel blogger & social media manager, & this site offers a window into my life of travelling, tweeting & making a social media based living. Obsessed with sunshine, shopping, street art & sweet treats - you'll find a heavy dose of these topics throughout the content. After 12 years in London, I'm currently sampling the lifestyle in Sydney & sharing the experience in my Expat Diaries.

Links: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Jeannie Mark | Nomadic Chick

I’m a mid-lifer who quit a growing corporate career to reawaken my passions — and forge a life set by my own rules.

Links: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Jeremy Foster | Travel Freak

Hi, I’m Jeremy! Five years ago I sold my stuff, quit my desk job, and packed it up for a life of travel! Now, I’m on a mission to inspire you to reach your goals of traveling the world.

Links: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Jeremy Jones | Living the Dream RTW

Living the Dream is a long-term travel and adventure blog that focuses on helping YOU plan your RTW trip of a lifetime! What are you waiting for?

Links: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Joff Summerfield | Call of the Road

For the past few years I have been living in London above my workshop where I make Penny Farthings. It has to be said that its pretty Bohemian but I love it. Between 2006 and 2008 I cycled around the world on my Penny farthing, visiting 23 countries, and riding 23,000 miles, or 35,405 km if you like the new fangled way of things.
Now I have started a new adventure, I'm off around the world again this time heading westward, lets see where the road leads..

Links: Twitter | Facebook

Johnny Ward | One Step 4ward

Hey guys, I’m Johnny Ward, Generation Y, Irish guy who just knew that there was more to life than a 40+ hour work week, a bland social calendar and a 2 week break in the sun each year. Now I work 10-20 hour weeks from my laptop anywhere on the planet, whilst on a full-time journey to travel to every country in the world – check out my progress here. I’m a huge advocate of lifestyle design, so I’ve redesigned my lifestyle to allow me to follow my dreams, now I’m hoping I can help you follow yours…

Links: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

James Clark | Nomadic Notes

I am long term wanderer from Melbourne, Australia. That is to say that I’m from Melbourne when filling out official forms though I have been of no fixed address for years. I’m what’s known as a location independent entrepreneur (AKA a digital nomad), living the work and travel lifestyle since 2003.

Links: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Jonathan Look | Life Part 2

In 2011 Jonathan Look sold everything he owned, took early retirement and began traveling the world. He admits it was a pretty radical step, but after living a rather typical American life, a life based on seeking comforts and accumulating possessions, he longed for adventure and experiences far more than holding on to his “stuff”.

Links: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram