Posts Tagged ‘Southeast Asia’


After quitting her job, leaving New York City and travelling the world, Sherry Ott realized that she could never go back. She now earns her pennies by teaching English and through her writing and photography, while continuing on in her travels.

Flashpacking Life

Curtis and Lindsie are on a round-the-world flashpacking adventure through Southeast Asia, Australia and Europe.

Nerd’s Eye View

Pam Mandel is the nerd behind Nerd’s Eye View, a blog recounting her travel experiences, from local field trips to big adventures. Beautiful photos and engaging writing keep the blog refreshing and lively.

Euros Ate My Dollars: Interview with Ben and Brittany

Occasionally, I receive an email from a reader suggesting I check out a new blog. A while ago, one reader strongly recommended Euros Ate My Dollars, the entertaining travel blog of Ben and Brittany, a couple from the United States on an 8-month trip through Europe and Southeast Asia. Ben and Brittany have just arrived in Thailand after spending the past six months working their way through Greece, Italy, France, Spain and Portugal.

They were happy to tell me a bit more about their trip so far, why they decided to do it in the first place, and what it's like travelling as a couple.

The Perpetual Wanderer: Interview with Craig Heimburger

In 2005, Craig Heimburger left his native United States behind to become a "perpetual wanderer". Now on the road for over two years, he has visited over 40 countries in the Americas and Southeast Asia.

He is currently living in Lima, Peru, where his girlfriend, Tatiana, is expecting their first child in the near future.

TravelBlogs caught up with him to talk about leaving the United States, travelling with a pregnant woman in Southeast Asia, and cross-cultural experiences in Peru.

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