Here is a list of interesting people I have found on Twitter, along with their blogs.
Smiling Faces Travel Photos Daily travel photo featuring smiles from around the world.
Nomadic Samuel Travel Blog that is miles away from ordinary…dripping with sarcasm
ThePlanetd Dave Bouskill and Debra Corbeil are Canada’s Adventure Couple. They have finished a race to cycle across Africa the long way (Deb won!) and climbed Kilimanjaro. They are hiking, biking and paddling all over the world. Deb and Dave also have a TV program in the works. They are THE couple to watch in the travel field.
Follow Deb and Dave on Twitter
UncorneredMarket Audrey Scott and Daniel Noll lived in Prague for 5 years and have been nomadic travelers for the last three years and counting. They offer great insights into working on the road and their experiences in other countries.
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The Art of Non-Conformity Chris Guillebeau’s adventure as he travels to every country in the world. He also has a strong lifestyle design focus teaching how to he funds his experiences. Very interesting read. Download his free ebooks.
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LifeAfterCubes Sharon and Jason are traveling for a year.
BorderJumpers Bernie and Dani are traveling to nearly every country in Africa meeting with farmers, workers, NGO’s and community groups writing about innovations and projects that our working to alliviate hunger and poverty.
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Two Bad Tourists David and Auston are native Arizonan’s who quit their life in Chicago to backpack around the world in 2012. At TwoBadTourists you can find peer-to-peer travel tips and follow their adventures. While they are great amateur travelers, they are admittedly bad tourists, but it hasn’t stopped them from visiting more than 35 countries during their travels.
MineYourResources A great blog from professional life coach Cath Duncan. Check out here Bottom Line Book Club for in depth coaching based on the ideas of top authors. Cath and her husband also live location independently and are currently in my home city of Calgary.
Follow Cath Duncan on Twitter