Welcome to GlobetrotterGirls.com
Whether your passion for travel is brand new or you are a seasoned travel pro, you’ve come to the right place!
Hotel Tips: Check out my Where To Stay In…. series for my favorite hotels worldwide.
Travel Photography: For some of my best photography work, check out the Travel Photography category and while you’re at it, why not have a look through my Polaroid of the Week series, where I post a photo which best represents my last week in travel.
LGBT Travel: For a look at what it’s like as LGBT travelers on the road, check out the posts on what it was like to travel as a lesbian couple and had essentially become a half in, half out of the closet lifestyle. As gay travelers, are there times when we should go back inside the closet? And if we do go back in, how far is too far? We also covered the slightly awkward nature of checking in to hotels as a lesbian couple in this post: One bed or two
What I Wonder When I Wander – This was Jessica’s biweekly column covering a wide-range of topics related to travel and life.
Life as digital nomads can sound glamorous and carefree, and to a certain extent, it really is. But there is a dark side to this lifestyle – the “near heart attack” when we think we’ve lost or misplaced something. Read our most embarrassing freak-out moment ever: Warning: Long-term travel may cause heart attacks…well, almost.
Becoming forgettable: How absence doesn’t always make the heart grow fonder – We are not ready to trade in this mindset-altering, life-affirming freedom that becoming nomads has given us…but we are increasingly shocked at just how forgettable this seems to have made us…This has recently become one of our top posts of all time.
20 things we miss from home – After our first nine months on the road, we listed some of the comforts from home that we missed the most while traveling in Central America – Read on through to the comment section, as it turns out that plenty of readers have so many of their own little things they miss from home when they travel, too, and feel free to add what you miss most when you’re traveling!
Here are some of the recap posts we published while we were still traveling as a couple, summarizing every hundred days on the road, starting at the end of April 2010. We used to take a good long look back at the last one hundred days in our Reflections posts until we reached 1000 days of travel:
- Reflections on 100 days of travel
- Reflections on 200 days of travel
- Reflections on 300 days of travel
- Reflections on 400 days of travel
- Reflections on 500 days of travel
- Reflections on 600 days of travel
- Reflections on 700 days of travel
- Reflections on 800 days of travel
- Reflections on 900 days of travel
- Reflection on 1000 days of travel
For our three-year travel-versary, we shared some random travel stats, such as how many beaches we visited, how many pizzas we ate, how many housesits we did, how many photos we took and how much money we spent.
For our two-year travel anniversary we talk about how travel has become our lifestyle, plus we count our transport, countries and how many arguments we had with each other in the last 365 days!
For our first travel anniversary, we added up how many borders we crossed, how many beds we slept in, how many different modes of transport we used and voted for our top 5 places and top 5 food experiences.
Check out our twelve best posts of 2012 here!
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