i search the web looking for like minded blogs. below is a roundup of some i like:
Almanac of Style
a guide for the well-traveled and well-piut-together
Bears and Beans
storytellers of travel tales near and afar.
an insider’s resource for visiting the world’s cultural capitals from our local experts.
Far West China
over the past decade, FarWestChina has become the ultimate resource for those who want to travel, work or just learn more about xinjiang and the Silk Road.
seth kugel travels the world on a tight budget, sharing his tips and experiences along the way.
The Guardian Cities
to get a better view of what’s really happening across the world, we’re getting to know the local urban voices who cover their home cities most insightfully.
the world is so big and we are so small. yet there are times when we feel larger than life and it’s the world that feels tiny. the relationship we have between each other and the world is a dynamic one that has me hungry for life…” read more
Roads & Kingdoms
“an independent journal of food, politics, travel and culture. It was recently voted the gold winner for best travel journalism site by the Society of American Travel Writers…” read more
Shanghai Street Stories
“my work is a mix of photojournalism and street photography. The former allows me to cover a wider gamut of topics such as old architecture, individual stories, lifestyle, while the latter is indicative of a style of photography I sometimes prefer. ”
Train Tickets in China
one of the biggest headaches for most china travelers over the years has been dealing with buying china train tickets.
Travel China Cheaper
i’m not a tour group. i’m not trying to sell you on any specific tour or travel to any specific city – i just want to provide sound advice as you plan your trip out here. things that i wish somebody would have told me before i arrived here almost a decade ago. read more
an invitation to travel