For me, part and parcel with trying to become a better writer is reading. A lot. While I’d like to think that my writing it fairly good and hopefully deserving at some point of being published somewhere, I am under no misconceptions that I can hold a candle, or fountain […]
I really enjoyed my time traveling overland through Sudan. After some up and down times in Ethiopia, Sudan was a welcome relief (which surprised all of us that were traveling together). Because of Sudan’s oil reserves and corresponding Chinese investment, things actually worked there. Our overland truck took four days […]
Marcello Arrambide is a really interesting guy that I recently started reading and don’t know that well. What I do know is that he’s incredibly smart, well traveled, a good writer with a good eye, and his photos are excellent. In my book, that makes him a travel blogger that a lot more people should start following and reading.
I better move on to Kirsten’s work, which is somehow even more beautiful than her. While she makes a living as a wedding photographer, her photography talents are far from limited to that area. Go check out her various photo essays on Kirsten Alana’s Travels and you are sure to be impressed. And her writing doesn’t lag far behind her amazing skills with a camera.
Amar and GapYearEscape came a bit late to my attention. It was only within the last couple months that I started following him in Twitter and reading his stuff, and I have really enjoyed catching up. His website, Gap Year Escape, is a very comprehensive resource for those of us that want to backpack all around the world — well worth browsing around for hours.