Nomads, World Travelers & Good People

1 Dad, 1 Kid
501 Places
Adventurous Kate
A Little Adrift
Almost Fearless
Am I Nearly There Yet?
Borderless Travels
Canvas of Light
Chicky Bus
Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler
Don’t Fly Go
Expert Vagabond
Fevered Mutterings
Flashpacker HQ
Flip Nomad
Fox Nomad
Geeky Explorer
Go Backpacking
Go Chase the Sun
Go. See. Write.
Indefinite Adventure
Jack & Jill Travel
Jet Set Citizen
Just One Way Ticket
Keep Calm & Travel
Ken Kaminesky
Lash World Tour
Legal Nomads
Man On The Lam
Man Versus World
Man Vs. Clock
Monk Bought Lunch
Never Ending Voyage
Nomadic Chick
Nomadic Notes
One Nomad Woman
One Step 4ward
Ordinary Traveler
Otts World
Phil In The Blank
Raam Dev
Simplicity Collective
So Many Places
The Longest Way Home
The Lost Backpack
The Planet D
The Professional Hobo
The Road Forks
Traveling 9 to 5
Traveling Savage
Travels of Adam
Turkey’s for Life
Uncornered Market
Wandering Trader
Y Travel Blog

Link Policy: While I generally don’t do link exchanges, if you have any other suggestions or have your own blog, please send me an email. I’m always interested in finding new blogs to follow, especially those that may also be of interest to the readers of this site!

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  2. Robert

    Great blog Earl, i have done the same as i work away, now mainly in Australia, but i still live in the UK, it be a honor for me to put your link on my site if you wish.

    Your blog is really fantastic as i share the same sort of thing, i travel a lot


  3. Cash

    Hi Earl ,

    I’m a huge fan of your blog . Have you heard of I just stumbled across it when i was looking up places to potentially visit . Its a database of homestays and volunteering at any place in the world you can think of which offer you a place to stay in exchange for a bit of work . I immediately wanted to tell you about it . Its definitely easier than searching on google all day lol !


    1. Wandering Earl

      Hey Cash – I’ve definitely heard of Workaway and I’ve mentioned them many times on the blog as a great option. Definitely worth checking out for anyone trying to get started with long-term travel.

      1. Yara Coelho

        I had such bad experiences with Workaway… And seems like most travelers I meet also get exploited by the families, most people are ok with overworking and having nothing in return but a bed, but I got really upset I wasted so much time and a bit of money on that website.

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