I’m happy to announce that today’s post is an interview with Ragnhild from Green Lights Ahead. Ragnhild is a blogger from Norway who has just finished a Gap Year and is currently in nursing school. Among her many hobbies, she has a passion for travel, which really comes through in her awesome blog where she details some of the truly amazing adventures she has been on.
A little travel inspiration for your Thursday afternoon. Thanks to one of MY favorite travel bloggers for the mention!
Today we have a wonderful guest post from a blogger named Sanjay who grew up in North India. He has written a great post describing life in that part of the world for us all to enjoy. I hope you enjoy Sanjay’s post!
I’m happy to announce that today’s post is an interview with Kaitlin Grable from Around the World in Katy Days. The child of a military family, Katy was born and raised overseas. She was trilingual by the time she was 10 years old and had traveled to 28 countries already by the time she was 14. She moved back to the United States in order to finish high school and has been back ever since. Currently, she’s living on the Gulf Coast of Texas and working full time at an environmental nonprofit advocating for water conservation and preservation. She works to travel, since it’s her passion. Her last trip was on her honeymoon to Iceland and in December she plans to visit Banff, Canada.
You can check out her blog and read all about her adventures at AroundTheWorldInKatyDays.com
I’m happy to announce that today’s post is an interview with Cindy Ladage from Traveling Adventures of a Farm Girl. Cindy is a farm wife with a traveling habit. She loves to explore and to travel to events such as tractor shows and out of the way places such as beautiful beaches and cities abroad. Her blog has awesome details on all of her adventures, and really provides a great insight into some of the places right here in the United States that a lot of us haven’t traveled to. I highly encourage you to check our her blog and read about some of the great places she has been.
You can check out her blog and read all about her adventures at http://travelingadventuresofafarmgirl.com/
I’m excited to announce that today’s post is an interview with Brenna Holeman from This Battered Suitcase. Originally from Canada, Brenna traveled the world solo for ten years and visited nearly 90 countries. She is currently living in London pursuing her writing career. She has an absolutely wonderful blog that exists to inspire others to live life to the fullest and get out there and explore the world.
You can check out her blog and read all about her adventures at http://www.thisbatteredsuitcase.com
Today I’m happy to be interviewing Liliia deCos, who has a great blog about her family’s travels around the world with their baby in tow. Her blog serves as an inspiration for all the parents out there who might feel like they are unable to travel with their children.
You can read more about her family’s adventures at https://bringbabyabroad.wordpress.com/
For today’s post we’re talking to Megan Maxwell, who thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine in 2012. She has also gone on some other seriously awesome adventures, such as spending 14 weeks trekking in the Nepalese Himalaya. You can read more about Megan’s adventures at appalachiantrailgirl.com
I have the pleasure of bringing you a really special interview for today’s post. I would like to introduce Janae, who lives and works at the McMurdo Station, a United States Antarctic research center. I’ve asked her a series of questions about what it’s like to live and work at the bottom of the world and she has shared some awesome insights. You can read all about her adventures at skiddinginbroadside.com
Adriana Duarte is one of those people who has been traveling for her entire life. The child of immigrants from Mexico, she grew up in the U.S. state of West Virginia and spent two semesters and one summer of her college years studying abroad. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and German, and has a goal of learning ten languages in her lifetime (she’s currently working on learning Danish, French, Swedish, and Norwegian). She is an avid traveler with a passion for travel writing, and I have the privilege of interviewing her for today’s blog post.You can check out Adriana’s blog at http://colormeadri.wordpress.com