10 UK Travel Bloggers you should be following!
Posted on 07/01/2019 by Michael Arthur
Guidebooks are essential for travel but an even better way of getting top travel advice is to enter into the world of travel blogs. The travelling blogosphere allows us to get real, honest encounters from real people, just like us. Yes they’re just like us lot here at Spaceship Rentals. Except they’ve probably been to more places, seen more things, and are probably 100% more awesome that we are. ;)
If you are a travel blogger and would like to work with us, check out the collab page we created. Here are the awesome top 10 UK travel blogger you should be following.
1| One Step 4ward
Johnny Ward is an inspiration to anyone who wants to live the dream of travelling the world; the dream that he is living right now. Since leaving Ireland in 2006, he’s been working, volunteering and backpacking his way around the globe. His motto is pretty motivating – if he can do it, “you can do it too…”
Check out the One Step 4ward blog or follow Johnny on Twitter @onestep4ward
2| Vicky Flip Flop Travels
If Johnny’s dream of eternal globe-trotting is just one step too far, follow Vicky Flip Flop Travels for a refreshingly down to earth account of travel stories for people who still like to lay their hat at home. If you’re looking for annual holiday/weekend travel inspo planned on a budget, Vicky is your gal.
Check out the Vicky FlipFlop Travels blog to follow her on Twitter: @VickyFlipFlop
3| Inside The Travel Lab
Abi ditched the life of a doctor to pursue her dreams of seeing the world. She’s now a freelance writer and photographer taking on the planet one country at a time. Her blog was named “one of the best travel blogs in the world” by Lonely Planet. It doesn’t get much better than that does it?
Check out the Inside Travel Lab blog or follow Abi on Twitter: @insidetravellab
4| Bald Hiker
Baldhiker.com started as a personal project for Paul Steele back in 2010. But today it’s grown into a famous hangout within the blogosphere, bursting with travel anecdotes from Paul and the friends he meets along the way.
Check out the Bald Hiker blog or follow Paul on Twitter @paul_steele
5| The Travel Hack
Monica’s been travelling the world since 2009 and what began as an adventure around Australia and Asia in her battered old campervan, has now become a resource for those who want both style and affordability abroad. She’s had her first baby (congrats Monica!) but she’s still determined to continue her travels.
Check out the Travel Hack blog or follow Monica on Twitter @thetravelhack
6| Emily Luxton
She snapped up Wanderlust Magazine’s “Travel Blog of the Year” in 2013 and she’s won various other titles since. This British blogger takes readers on a journey through Africa, Asia, The Antarctica, Australia, Europe, North America, Central America and South America.
Check out Emily Luxton's blog or follow Emily on Twitter @em_luxton
7| Finding The Universe
Laurence quit his job in 2009 and left the UK to see new places. In 2014, he met the love of his life Jess (fellow travel blogger) and now they run Findingtheuniverse.com together, sharing thoughts, advice and beautiful photography.
Check out Finding the Universe or follow Laurence Norah on Twitter: @Lozula
8| Heather On Her Travels
Heather’s blog is great because she doesn’t take for granted our beautiful country. Not only does she share tales from Europe and other destinations in the world, but she also takes you to some of the most amazing places in the UK.
Check out Heather's blog or follow Heather on Twitter: @Heathercowper
9| The Quirky Traveller
Zoe Dawes is another travel blogger who likes to share travels from the UK. Entwined in her travel articles is narrative about history, art and even literature. This blog is definitely written for the British culture vulture.
Check out the Quirky Traveller or follow Zoe on Twitter: @quirkytraveller
10| Family Adventure Project
Travelling when you have a family is possible. And that’s what parents Stuart and Kirstie show us on their inspiring travel blog. This modern, globe-trotting family even have their own YouTube channel – and the kids are just as entertaining as the grown-ups!
Check out the Family Adventure Project or follow Stuart and Kirstie on Twitter: @familyonabike
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