The original article called “Expedia’s Best Bloggers of 2015” was first published on their blog.
Exciting news! Expedia has put together a list of their 30 favorite bloggers from 2015 and We Said Go Travel is on it under “Alternative Blogs”. Other categories include: Travel photography, family travel, lifestyle, food and Europe.
Blogs were chosen based on “digital influence, content theme and general greatness”. We are honored and humbled to be one of the 30!
Here is a snippet of the “Alternative Blogs” list:
“Some bloggers like to show a different side to travel: enchanting destinations seen from viewpoint new perspective. Our top five alternative travel bloggers put exactly this kind of refreshing spin on their globe-trotting adventures. From eco-friendly trips to humorous slants, you’ll love these unique wordsmiths.”
TOP FIVE ALTERNATIVE TRAVEL BLOGS of 2015
Top blogger – The Everywhereist
The Everywhereist is written by the very funny Geraldine. Her travel blog pulls no punches: she writes as if talking to a close friend and isn’t afraid to speak her mind. That’s probably because The Everywhereist is a “love letter” to her husband, Rand – a travel scrapbook he can look back on after hurrying from meeting to presentation.
Eco-friendly travel is growing in popularity thanks to a greater awareness of our impact on the planet, and Green Traveller is the perfect resource if you’re thinking of making your travel plans kinder. It’s a huge resource filled with suggestions for travel destinations, local must-sees and activities, and they’re all sustainable.
We Said Go Travel is a community of travel writers who enchant readers with tales of their far-flung adventures. Multiple writing styles, experiences and favourite destinations come together in one inspiring place: we dare you to pay the blog a visit and not want to book your next trip immediately!
Urban Travel Blog
Urban Travel Blog is a fabulous guide to the bustling hearts of the globe. From Berlin to Istanbul, this community of travel writers has an exciting guide to a whole range of urban destinations. Nightlife, festivals, trends: this blog has it all. And with such a range of different writers, you’ll never get the same thing twice.
Eat This Poem
Nicole, of Eat This Poem, says that, ‘If you love the smell of books, gathering round a dinner table, a good glass of wine (or tea), and reading when it rains, you’re in the right place’. This couldn’t be truer – Nicole’s blog is a feast of literary travel guides to places like Adelaide and Mexico City. Get ready to lose yourself.