Travel Bloggers Share Stories from the Road
GoNOMAD is proud to host the blogs listed below. They all are written and updated by dedicated travel writers and photographers who care about their topic, are passionate about travel, and promise never–ever–to bore you.
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Readuponit: Travel and Voracious Reading
Editor Max Hartshorne says, “Fly with me and meet the people I meet, see the places I travel, and check out what I have just read.”
Round World Photo
GoNOMAD staff writer and photographer Paul Shoul publishes photos and commentary on the world he sees through the lens.
Literary gadfly Stephen Hartshorne writes about books that he finds at flea markets and tag sales.
PilotGirl Travel Blog
Independent videographer and editor Sony Stark takes you along on her journeys around the world and the USA with her video camera.
Travel Tales From India
Mridula Dwivedi, a professor from India who never lost the travel bug blogs on travel and life in India.
Miles to Go
Esha Samajpati is a former advertising executive who was born in India and now lives in Connecticut with her family.
Bite size pieces of great travel writing and new releases about exciting travel trends and travel places.
Musings on hotels in Kent St. John’s long journey around the world.
Travel News Notes
News items from around the world about the latest news and trends in the travel industry.
Running in Circles
Kate is a mother of two small kids and a labor and delivery nurse, who chronicles her life juggling in Western Massachusetts.
Max Johnson is a UK-born and Canada-based travel professional who has spent 35 years scouring the world for new and interesting destinations.
Living in Rome
John Henderson retired after a long career as a newspaper reporter, the next day he moved from Denver CO to Rome Italy. His daily life in the Eternal City is shared.
Be Our Guest Kent St. John was one of the founders of GoNOMAD Travel and his keen eye for photography and musings about life on the road are still fascinating.