Want Your Site Included?

Want Your Site Included?

Getting your site included into the TOP 100 list is easy.  All we need is for you to leave us a quick comment in the comments box below explaining your site in brief (about 50 words), and providing us a link to your site.

Please only submit if your site meets these guidelines:

  • Is travel related
  • Is independently owned and operated
  • Is updated at least once ever two weeks
  • Has an alexa score of under 1,000,000
Sites that do not meet those guidelines will not be accepted into the math process.

Once you site is included in the process it will always be in the database.  The only way it will fall out of the math is if the site seizes to exist or there is no update for 2 months.

So please enter below, and keep checking back to see if you’ve made the list!!!

foxyform.com


139 Comments

  1. All Entries to the Top 100 are now up to date. Thanks for your entries.

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  2. An independent travel community with over 300,000 members. Features a blogging platform, photo galleries, forums, a wiki travel guide, trip mapping tool and more.

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  3. Hi Brendan! I’d love it if you’d also include me in your ranking formula. With a PR5 and an Alexa score of about 71,000, I think I might just make the cut. After years of working in corporate jobs that paid the bills but brought no joy, I finally abandoned my job and gave up most of my material possessions in 2007 and headed out on a 6-month RTW backpacking trip. Although I’d always had the wanderlust, this trip sealed the deal for me and I’ve been on the road ever since. After three years of hard work an subsidizing my travel expenses, this fourth year I’ve finally begun to break even. So far this year I spent 4 months backpacking around Mexico and am currently 2 months into 6-months of travel in Asia (Nepal at the moment). I’m a bit different than most of the bloggers, as I’m 58, but still travel with a backpack and almost always stay in hostels or guest houses. Thanks for the offer to add my blog.

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  4. Hi Brendan! What a great list! Since our first trip together in May of 1995, we have visited over 50 countries. Our site has grown to more than 350 travel blog entries, 700 videos, 7,500 photos and welcomed 350,000 different people in 2009. (2010 stats aren’t in yet ;) ). We have continued to travel since the birth of our daughter, who at 17-months-old had already been to 3 foreign countries plus road trips at home. We’re awaiting the birth of our second child and look forward to continuing our adventures as a family of 4!

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  5. Hi,

    what a great site. Travel Deals and Me is a site dedicated to making high end travel affordable. We curate travel deals and post 2x daily. We have a sister blog spgandme.blogspot.com which is focused on Starwood their promotions and our reviews of their hotels.

    I’d love to be part of your list!

    thanks so much

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  6. would love to be considered – thanks for the listing of top 100, though, as I have lots of new folks to follow and read. Appreciate it.

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  7. Thanks for compiling this list, I like to know about all the great travel blogs out there.

    I hope you will consider Breathedreamgo.com. I am a professional travel writer passionate about sharing the beauty of India’s wisdom and culture. The blog’s tag line is “tales of travel and transformation,” so I also cover yoga, spirituality and travel that “gets under your skin and changes you.” I am a believer in being deeply immersed in the culture of the region I am traveling in, which is usually India or Asia. Thank you!

    Mariellen
    aka Breathedreamgo

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  8. Hey There,

    I’d love to be included in your list. My website, adventureswithben.com is about, “how to make travel fun”.

    Thanks for your consideration!

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  9. Oh hi there!
    The Traveller WG is not your typical travel site. We need humor to live and try to implement it while sharing sweet travel tips from our first hand experiences. Although attempts to stay out of trouble are made, this is not usually the case. Between guides and tips, you can read about @_thetraveller_ and her attempts to balance tequila and tourism or the ramblings of Margyle, who shares an array of amusing emotions about travel and world news. Why? Because it’s funny… and that’s how we roll!

    http://thetravellerworldguide.com/

    HIGH FIVE!

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  10. Hi Brendan,

    I think we were in the top 100 …months ago, for a very short time. Apologies if this is redundant in that case. Anyway, we’re finally getting back on the road and will have much more content in the coming months so please keep us in mind. We’re a couple of thirty somethings traveling the world and sharing our experiences as well as featuring travellers working on interesting projects.

    Cheers!

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  11. greta list! im not sure if my site could even compete with the above-mentioned websites hehe… i’ve read most of the sites mentiioned above and I love reading their blogs… really inspiring…

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  12. Originally a personal blog / travel journal of my bicycle tour around the United States, BigRhinoDog is becoming an adventure / independent travel site as I add more content on creating a journey rather than just another vacation. Hopefully I’ll climb the ranks as my own adventure progresses. the blog is at http://www.bigrhinodog.com thanks for all your hard work on this list!

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  13. What a great, great list! Wondering if we might be listed? Our site is 1000 places to fight before you die. http://www.1000fights.com. We are a travel blog for couples.

    Keep up the great work! So many fine blogs are highlighted here. It is such a great service.

    Mike

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    • Hey Mike, I’ve already got you in the Math! And after a quick look at the math, you are definitely creeping closer to making it!

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  14. Just want to be sure that I’m on the list of possibilities!! I check in week after week and don’t want to miss out! I’ve found so many great blogs to follow here – I can’t imagine how you do it! http://www.One-Giant-Step.com I write about my RTW experiences, how we planned it out, the coming home and what’s next…a great ride for sure!!

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    • yup Gillian, you’ve been on the list for a while… just gotta build up that Alexa score!

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  15. Hi Brendan,

    Appreciate all the work you are putting into this list, and I’d love to be on it! I publish OregonAdventurist.com, a young and evolving site offering fresh ideas on adventure travel and outdoor recreation in Oregon – from the coast to the Cascades and beyond. I hope you are able to check it out!

    Looking forward to getting your rss feeds –
    cheers,
    Suzanne

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  16. Hi Brendan,

    We would love to be included for consideration in your list – http://www.zipsetgo.com. ZipSetGo.com is an online community for travel planners and travel addicts. We feature 100+ destinations (and growing) with important travel details on each, downloadable group itineraries and more. Also, founders of Travelers’ Night In #TNI.

    Thanks for your consideration!

    Cheers!
    Andrea
    @ZipSetAndrea

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  17. With over 800 travel and culture photographs from over 20 countries, I would like to be a part of the community. I have a portfolio where I do mirror shots of myself in different mirrors throughout the world, to track physical and photographic changes. I also have a portfolio looking at photos reflecting the abstract and conceptual as well as photo reporting and B&W street photography. I will be starting a photo/travel blog shortly showcasing travel and culture and how to best preserve memories of those travels. Thanks for your time.

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  18. Hi Brendan!

    My website is: http://www.neverendingfootsteps.com/

    It’s an extremely (5 days!) new travel blog. I will be venturing on a RTW trip in the summer of 2011 and whilst I am away I will be blogging, giving advice, tips, having guest posts, etc!

    Thanks,

    Lauren.

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  19. Heya Brendan,

    Big thanks for bringing all this great stuff together into one place, nice work.
    A little friendly competition to keep a site on the list brings the best out of everybody, great idea!

    Motojournalism.com is about motorcycle travel photography and the unique challenges and opportunities that brings. There’s also information on composition, interacting with people, editing, packing your gear, photographic themes, and life on the road.

    You’ll also find links to ride reports and many photos from across Canada, the U.S., Mexico and Central America.

    See you on the road!

    Anthony – Motojournalism

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  20. Hello,
    I’m submitting my relatively new blog: http://travelingfeet.blogspot.com/

    It’s mainly about me trying to reach my goal of seeing 60% of the countries in the world (which means 117 of them) while being a full time student. Being at school full time it’s difficult for me to completely fill the blog with just places I’ve visited so I include advice and future trips.

    Although I highly doubt I make the list if you have any advice to give I am more than happy to accept it.

    Thank you.
    Until your next adventure.
    -J

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  21. Hi Brendan,

    We’d love to be included in your travel blog list. Dreamalittledream.ca is our corner of the internet where we play out our dreams in the real world! Just finished an around the world trip and working on categorizing the 20k photos we took!

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  22. Kyle the vagabond is a travel site that focuses on independent travel and aims to inspire the reader that the best time to travel is now.

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  23. Hi Brendan!

    I would love for you to toss The Travel Belles into the mix: http://thetravelbelles.com. The Travel Belles is an independent travel website/blog with various writers and is all about travel for women ;)

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  24. Career Break Secrets provides video travel guides and advice for career breaks and around the world travel adventures. We’d love to be included in your mix. Thanks! Jeff

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  25. I’m a bit slow to get to this post, but awesome list :-D

    If it’d be cool, I wouldn’t mind having mine considered: http://daninaustralia.com/

    It’s a personal travel blog of my transition from 9-5 worker in to a RTW traveller!

    Cheers,
    Dan

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  26. Hi Brendan! I would love to be included in the math. Thanks for doing this!

    Travel for Love is a travel blog that documents the travels of an American and Brazilian couple currently living on separate continents while they navigate the US immigration process. To overcome the distance, they have met all over the world to see each other. They’ve always loved to travel, now they travel for love!

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  27. Hi Brendan,

    Our love of Europe sparked our blog offering destination information, travel tips and our writer’s quirky stories… all about Europe. Please check us out!

    Cheers,
    Terri and Mike

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  28. All above sites are now included in the math… thanks for your entries!

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  29. Nice job on this…amazing how much work you put into it!

    Anyway, I’m pretty new to the scene (just set up my site in mid-August and feel like I’ve just gotten started) and am not sure I get enough traffic to qualify, but I think I’d like to be included anyway. Why not!

    My site: http://www.chickybus.com

    Description: Chicky Bus takes readers off the beaten path and into the moment–to a place of fun, adventure and self-discovery…worldwide. In addition to information and tips for backpackers, there are stories, photos and videos that offer travelers education, entertainment and vicarious experiences.

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  30. Hi Brendan,

    We’d love to share our ride. We are an Aussie and a Colombian, currently in Argentina for the past seven months blogging for friends and anyone else who’ll listen. We have no set standard on our approach to travel. We’ve been doing a lot of camping on the side of the road and wwoofing on organic farms. Our activities gravitate around natural sites, food indulgence, and whatever we can manage for very little money. We have long term travel plans and are hoping to see as much of South America as our cheap ass budget will allow for. Thanks!

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  31. Hi Brendan,

    I am not sure if you have our website in the math yet – if not, here a few words on Globetrottergirls.com: We are a German-American travel couple who has been traveling the world since April 2010, when we were able to take our jobs on the road with us. We write about our trip, the places we visit, provide inside tips for destinations on and off the beaten track and how to combine travel & work.

    Enjoy the Holidays!

    Dani & Jess
    The Globetrottergirls

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  32. Hey Brendan I like your blog! With about 11 years overseas total under my belt I can definitely relate to looking for your ‘Salta’…and not really being sure what is it.

    Please consider:

    http://wander-argentina.com/

    It’s a website about travel to Argentina by people who live there. We aim to deliver pertinent travel info about Argentina in a punchy way. No tired ‘Paris of the South’ cliches here!

    Saluditos

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  33. All above sites have now been included in the math… thanks for your submissions!

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  34. Hi Brendan, would love to get myself included (eventually) in something like this! I’ve only had my blog up a couple of months and content is all retrospective of my trip earlier this year, but I’m leaving on a big trip on January 18th and hope to be sharing my stories and photographs with the world as I go!

    Any tips for a newbie?

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  35. Hi Brendan,

    I am the spirits traveler and I travel around the corner and around the world checking out wine and spirits at wineries, distilleries, restaurants, bars and resorts. I’ve recently been to Champagne and Burgundy in France, Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic and Mazatlan, Mexico. I’m off in January for three weeks in Australia.

    Follow my adventures at http://www.wineandspiritstravel.com and please include me on your list.
    Marcia

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  36. Hi there:)

    I’m still a newbie but I have a great passion for travelling (and I have a birthday today).
    My sweet, still small, travel blog gives great, unusualt tips for breath-taking places or fantastic festivals : http://www.unusualtraveltip.com .Could it possibly be added to your list:)

    Thanks a lot in Advance!
    Steffy

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  37. Hi Brendan,
    Love your site and the list is fantastic! You’ve got such a great variety of all our favorite travel sites.
    Off Track Planet (OTP) is pioneering the movement in youth budget travel and backpacking. Our site has been around for over a year now and we also published a print magazine in June 2010. We’ve recently expanded and are publishing new content daily with a team of experienced travelers. We cover food, fashion, music, art, adventure and volunteering, but most importantly we’re all about broke-ass travel and getting out there, for the young, sexy and broke!
    Check it out and let us know what you think. :)

    Cheers,
    Rishe

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  38. Hi Brendan! I’d love to have my site included on your list. Chris Around The World is a destination travel blog aimed at sophisticated professionals looking for unique or boutique vacations and holidays. Thanks for your consideration!

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  39. Oh, this sounds like fun. We’d like to be included, please.
    Jack and Jill Travel The World is a new-ish blog about a rock-climbing, outdoor loving, couple who are going on a RTW trip in April. We aim not only to sight see the main tourist sights but to check out world-class climbing destinations all around the world as well.

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  40. Hi there,

    Seasoned With Youth is all about taking opportunities and utilizing your “youth” by educating yourself through travel. This blog captures experiences with new cities, cultures, languages, traditions, food, and whatever else arises. Some travel tips are included too.

    http://www.seasonedwithyouth.com

    Thank you!

    Ciao,
    Samantha

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  41. Hi, Brendan,

    Thanks for a great site and a great list!

    My site, TrekWorld (www.trekworld.com), is an online magazine devoted to adventure, insight and inspiration. It’s about the treks we take in the Himalayas and the treks we take in our everyday lives—the roads less traveled that widen our horizons, the unmarked paths that thrill, touch and challenge us while sparking compassion, curiosity and an open mind.

    In articles, photos and videos, TrekWorld covers everything from the practical and useful to the philosophical and spiritual: Reliable information about mountains, trails and gear, insider advice about customs, cultures and cuisine, personal narratives about small satoris that foster empathy for everyone in the world around us.

    Thanks for considering TrekWorld in the Top 100.

    Best,
    Larry

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  42. Hi Brendad. I started my blog a few weeks ago. I have recently returned from a 20-month long career break trip and I use my blog to share my experiences and my travel photography with the readers. The blog is located here http://www.destination-world.net
    It would be great if you could include my site on your list :)
    Regards
    Magda

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  43. My previous comment is missing. Anyways, just wondering if our blog has made your list.

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  44. All sites above are now included in the Math, and yes Jason, I’ve included you in the Math as well!

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  45. Hi Brendan,

    Brilliant list! I love how much work you put into it! But I would love it if my very new site could start to be considered!

    http://www.GlobalTravElla.com is a site where I will write about travel experiences whilst offering travel advice, inspiration and random travel related extras! I’m just starting to put up past experiences and can’t wait to blog about my world trip starting in March!

    Best wishes,
    Ella

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  46. Perpetual Traveler, Podcast Producer and News Junkie. Putting you in touch with what’s interesting and topical. And funny, on occasion.

    In short, I’m a travel blogger… When I’m not a travel tweeter, political podcaster or anything else that I want or need to be.

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  47. Hi Brendan, I’d love to be considered please. http://www.trainsonthebrain.com looks at the romance and reality of train travel, along with geenral travel whimsy, plus occasional irreverent stuff on music, film, social media and whatever else pops into my head.

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  48. Hi Brendan,

    This is my blog, please have a look:

    http://www.traveltosun.com/ – Round the world travel guide, sharing top destinations, amazing photos and travel suggestions based on
    our favorite places to visit. Readers can also share their personal travel
    experiences, ideas and useful tips with the other tourists across the
    world.

    Thanks a lot!

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  49. Solo Traveler is a blog for those who love, or dream of, traveling alone. It offers solo travel tips, safety advice, stories, perspectives and photos of the week submitted by members of the Solo Travel Society on Facebook.

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  50. Hi Brendan–my site covers my life as an American in Sydney and provides insights, moving abroad/travel tips, photos, places to go, daily life ramblings and more.

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    • Hey Lauren, I already have you in the math… cheers!

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  51. Hi Brendan,

    Would be awesome if you considered my blog: http://CruiseSurfingZ.com

    I’m a nomad. I’ve lived in 7 countries so far and right now I work on a cruise ship. Most of the time its fun. In between ships, I keep traveling and I couchsurf. It’s a double whammy of travel I call, CruiseSurfingz.

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  52. I’m a professional freelance photographer….I blog my travel tales and images in a free online magazine called SELF INDULGED. I write, shot, edit and produce the magazine, it’s all about me, my photography and my experiences in different destinations…Self Indulged? Absolutely!.

    I’m about to embark on an epic trip in the next few months and will take the mag ‘on the road’ with me.

    Would love you to check out the magazine and the blog!

    http://www.selfindulged.com

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  53. I would love to have my site included!

    http://wetravelandeat.com

    We’re the average couple who met online, work online and play online- and we have not-so-average appetites for healthy, unique and outrageous foods- from all over. When we’re not completely enveloped by the likes of the internets, we’re exploring and planning the next big trip!

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  54. Hello Brendan,

    my names Dave and I’m the editor of TravelDave.co.uk, its a travel resource were i share all my travel tips, experiences photos and videos. i hope you like it and would love to be apart of your project.

    regards

    Dave

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  55. Hey Brendan,

    I’m a professional photographer based in Montreal Canada. My blog showcases my travel photography and stories from all the places I’m fortunate enough to travel to.

    http://blog.kenkaminesky.com/

    Happy trails :)

    Ken

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  56. Hi Brendan,
    I blog at http://www.iamthewitch.com and I write mostly on the local culinary adventures, as well as travel coverage mostly in Asian countries. I love taking photographs and the best place I’ve traveled to so far is the beautiful Maldives! I hope I will make it to your esteemed list! :)

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  57. Hi Brendan,

    I would love to be considered. My site, http://www.aviewtoathrill.net, focuses on budget and newbie travel. My blog provides tips, photos, inspiration, reviews and trip reports for those who have a desire to travel but may have limited funds or need guidance. My motto is Sample the world at a fraction of the price. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  58. Hi Brendan!

    I would absolutely love to considered! My blog http://www.TheMadToLive.com is a fusion between personal development and travel writing. I talk about how to live the wild, crazy, and meaningful life we’re all meant to live by exploring ourselves, our ideas, and our ideas.
    Awesome project you have here! :)

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  59. Hi Brendan -I’d like to have my site considered, too. It’s Traveling with Sweeney at http://www.travelingwithsweeney.com

    I write about my travel experiences, tips and ideas hoping to entertain and inspire others. I also share a lot of photos to help convey the essence of the places I’ve been. Soon I’ll be showcasing some great guest bloggers, too.

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  60. Hey Brendan! I’d love to be considered. I’m a law graduate that has lived in 6, and travelled to 35 countries around the world and the blog pays tribute to the places and adventures I’ve been honored to be a part of – of course, without ever neglecting my palate. ;) You’ll find it at http://www.travelingneko.com

    Thanks for the opportunity and creative travels for 2011!

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  61. Hmm, computer froze first time around – so here’s a 2nd attempt. http://www.travelingneko.com is where I blog about the 6 countries I’ve lived in, and the 35 I’ve travelled to. I’m a law graduate that seeks adventure with few inhibitions and a grand passion for photography. Would be an honor to make the list. Till then,

    Have a creative 2011!

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  62. Hi, Brendan!

    Love the lists!

    My site is http://www.travelpology.com. For travelers who want to know what not to miss from a travel writer who loves to do everything and eat everything while doing it. Right now, I focus on the US, Canada, and Europe.

    Thanks!
    Aubre

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  63. All above entrants have been included in the math process… best of luck!

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  64. Hey Brendan,

    I’m an IT consultant who happens to travel incessantly. I’m based in Toronto, Canada but originally from Trinidad. My blog showcases my travel photography, consulting lifestyle and stories from all the places I’m fortunate enough to travel to.
    Hope to get listed on your index.

    http://www.rishiray.com

    Thanks
    Rishi

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  65. Hi! Will you track our travel blog for consideration? It is about sharing travel adventures and discoveries of a road warrior couple. Jeff and Janis Jones are frequent fliers, food & wine lovers and weekend adventurers. Inquisitive and resourceful, the Jones enthusiastically explore the world by cruise ship, train, gondola, hiking or the local bus.

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  66. Hi Brendan,

    I love your list (have for awhile) and would like to throw my blog about Umbria, Italy into the ring: http://www.brigolante.com/en/blog/
    I’m an American expat who has lived here for almost 20 years, so I write about Umbrian food, culture, off-the-beaten-track sights, and my continuing discovery of this region.

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    • hey! thanks for the heads up!

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  67. Thanks for considering JustinWasHere for your top 100! :)

    Howdy, I’m Justin K Jones! I’m a travel writer, blogger, lifeaholic, and odd jobber who travels the world looking for adventure and making connections, and telling the story as I go. I write about my travels at http://www.JustinWasHere.com where you can read my stories and the stories of the people who inspire me along the way. Find out more at http://www.JustinWasHere.com.

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  68. Established in 1997, Journeywoman.com (http://www.journeywoman.com) is the largest online travel resource for women. Filled with 1000′s of female-friendly tips, pieces of advice and travel stories our mandate remain to inspire women to travel safely and well and to connect female travellers around the world.

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  69. Hey there! Would like to be included in your list of potential Top 100 peoples. I am the blogger behind A Chick with Baggage at http://www.achickwithbaggage.com which is an awesome blog (definitely Top 100 worthy) geared towards single indie solo travelers looking for a bit of honesty and comedy in the travel blogging world. Thanks for your consideration!

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  70. Hi there,

    Do we have any chance of inclusion in the Top 100 yet with our very parochial blog about Fethiye and various other places in Turkey? We’ve just made it to a Google Pagerank 4 – which is nice!

    All the best,

    TFL

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    • Hey TFL, you’ve been in the math for a while, and with a nice traffic boost to go along with that beautiful pagerank you should get into the list sometime sooner rather than later!

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  71. Hi Brendan,

    I’d love to have my blog added to the line-up: http://www.unbravegirl.com

    I’m a writer, teacher, photographer, traveler and eater of many things. I left my full-time job in Japan about a year ago, and have been traveling through Asia ever since — one odd job at a time. I write about living and working abroad, volunteering, solo travel and, well, cookies.

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  72. Our site is a standard round-the-world travel blog but I hope with a certain je ne sais quoi… I do the words, he does the photos!

    Hope you like it…

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  73. Brendan, I would love to have our blog included in the group: http://www.theroadforks.com

    We are Akila and Patrick and we eat, cook, photograph, and travel around the world, expanding our minds (and waistlines). Thanks for your consideration!

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  74. Maybe If I had any idea what Alexa rankings are and how they worked, I’d already be on here ;-). Here’s me, putting my humble Travel & Adventure Blog/Magazine into the mix: http://acrossandabroad.com

    I enjoy your site, thanks.

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  75. Hi, please include me in the database! My site is http://www.so-many-places.com. My husband and I are preparing for an around the world adventure. We’ll be selling our stuff, quitting our jobs and hitting the road in January 2012. I write about planning to shake up our life and follow our dreams.

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  76. HI Brendan, Just wanted to make sure you have my new site (I migrated over from blogspot) and hope to be up in the 100 again soon :-)

    http://vagabondkids.com Vagabondkids> Having kids doesn’t mean you have to stop traveling, we are traveling around Asia with the family!

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    • Hi Kristy, I’ve updated you!

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  77. Hey Brendan, we’d love to have our site, http://GreenGlobalTravel.com, included. Green Global Travel is an ecotourism/conservation site that features Travel Stories, Eco News, Go Green Tips, Global Culture essays, Photos and Videos designed to inspire people to explore and respect the world. Hope you like it!
    Thanks,
    Bret

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  78. I would love for my blog to be in the database: The Shirt Of My Backpack at http://www.theshirtoffmybackpack.com.

    Here, you will find my attempts at backpacker humor, stories from my last 4 European trips, and posts about my upcoming 2012 RTW. Thanks man!

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  79. Would be cool to be added man! Like the idea and feed back from it.

    http://www.foggodyssey.com/

    Currently in India and have been traveling around the world for the last 2 years. My site is in a re-design phase but hope to have it squared away in a few weeks. I do mostly photos and since being in India I plan to do a weekly photo essay. I am also the one who started the “Faces Series” Been to 25+ countries and counting.

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  80. yay! now i want to be included too :-) check it out: flipnomad.com

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  81. Hi Brendan, I would love for my blog to be included. I move around the US every few years, travel to Ireland almost every year, and cover the food and art I discover along the way. I also include some design posts as I love to check out the design finds in other places. That’s why Visual Vacation is where travel, art, design, and food converge.

    This is a great list and an invaluable tool to other travel bloggers.

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  82. Hi Brendan, as the name of my blog indicates it’s directed at older women who love to roam the world in some style and comfort. I wish to encourage, inform and entertain. Would be lovely to be included.

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  83. Interesting list and a novel idea. Would love to be considered:

    http://www.alpaca-suitcase.blogspot.com/

    California family abandons suburbia for a year to volunteer, travel and homeschooling their kids. 6 months in South America and 6 months in the Mediterranean.

    Jason from AlpacaSuitcase

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  84. I write about active travel – mostly biking, hiking, skiing & kayaking from the perspective of a middle aged woman that hasn’t started to slow down one iota. Also do travel related book reviews, hotel reviews + publish free downloadable adventure guides.

    I’d be happy if you threw my name in the pot.

    Leigh

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  85. Hi Brendan! Here’s a link to my travel blog: http://struxtravel.com
    I’d love to be listed on your site. I’m a freelance travel writer based in Los Angeles, California. StruxTravel.com is a medium to share my personal perspectives on destinations, exhibit my photography, and offer valuable travel tips from my adventures around the world. Have a great day!
    Michael

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  86. As a 20 something female traveler and expat, I find that there just aren’t enough resources or websites out there for us. There is a ton of travel websites, stuff for expat moms and families, but what about the young, single girls? The girls that just love traveling and seeing the world? That’s the goal of Life Out of a Suitcase.
    We collect stories from women travelers and expats, sharing experiences from different countries and cultures.

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  87. Hi,
    I would like my site: somesojourns.wordpress.com to be added to the pool of travel sites. I write about my stays and journeys through different places in the world. For the last two years I’ve been writing about working for Peace Corps in Thailand. Soon I will be writing about a two month trip through India.
    Thanks for considering me!
    Kelsi

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  88. After working in the computer industry for far too long, I finally became fed up, sold everything I owned, and bought a bicycle with the intent of riding around the world and documenting the process. My website at http://www.tiredofit.ca details the process.

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  89. Hi Brendan,

    I try to offer my readers first person tips on travelling from countries I visit. I believe Travel Photo Blogging is a great way to discover your next travel destination.
    One of my passions is also photography and my posts are usually filled with photos of the destinations I visit around the world.

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  90. Hi Brendon – Would love to be included in the rankings!!!

    Ishouldlogoff.com is a about adventure and overland travel around the world. Independent backpackers with travel stories across Africa, South America, Asia, and the Silk Road. Log off and Live!

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  91. Would love to be considered for re-inclusion! We were on the list for a while, then fell off. :( We’ve since done a site redesign – very proud of it – and our Alexa score is SOARING! We think you’ll be pleased with the results! – David and Veronica, The GypsyNesters. http://www.gypsynester.com

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    • Hey, I never took you out of the math, and have always loved your content! cheers!

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  92. I would like to include site http://holidayindia.net. HOLIDAY INDIA is a leading tour company of India, consisting of young and dynamic people, competent and well experienced to provide the best services to customers, our customers have always been our foremost priority so we take care of every aspect while designing tour package for them,

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  93. Hey Brendan,

    I’d love to throw my site up onto the list, I am very new to the game, and very small so far, but actually cracking the Top 100 is a good goal for the future. The site is http://twoweekstotravel.com, with the tag: live the life you want, in the time you have. I gear my content towards shorter trips/adventures that range from budget to luxury, because a lot of us in the corporate world either don’t have the desire or the availability to take off on extended RTW type trips. So, I like to give my readers ideas on how to do great stuff with limited time.

    Thanks!

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  94. Hi Brandon! We would love it if you could include our site, http://ourtastytravels.com in your rankings. Our Tasty Travels is a chronicle of our culinary adventures around the world, sampling what we can of local foods, drinks and culture. Thanks! Brett and Erin.

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  95. Hey, I’d love to be included. My site is http://www.travelsofmike.com. I’m currently traveling the world after quitting my job. I post tips and stories of encounters on the road, plus I have a trusty sidekick – Kowalski, the penguin from Madagascar – who enjoys posing occasionally for photos.

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  96. No Vacation Required is about our goal to live a “no vacation required” life and inspire others to do the same. Our site gets into what that means to us – living deliberately, working virtually and traveling deliriously.

    Our URL is http://www.novacationrequired.com

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  97. I’d love to see where I stand too! I focus on two of my favorite things, travel and food, and even throw in some gadget love when I get the chance.

    seattleflyerguy.blogspot.com

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  98. Hi, Brendan, love to have http://www.travelgeneration.com included. We are a multi-authored website containing not just the normal style list blog posts but also unique personal articles about destinations and travel experiences.

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  99. I’m pretty certain that my site was taken out of the math a while back, so re-entry!!!

    My site is: http://www.neverendingfootsteps.com

    Never-Ending Footsteps is a travel blog that will be used to document my Round-The-World trip, beginning in July 2011. It includes photos, videos, stories advice and travel guides!

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    • Lauren.. you’re still in

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  100. My family travel blog, “Go BIG or Go Home,” chronicles what happens when my small-town family visits the “world’s largest”…whatever! We hit the road to seek out the world’s largest bowling pin, kaleidoscope, light bulb, etc., then rate the attraction so our readers can decide whether to Go BIG, or stay home! http://gobigorgohomeblog.com/

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  101. Hi Brenan, I think you’ve created a monster here. Can you keep my fledgling site http://www.thedropoutdiaries.com on your radar? I’m doing Singapore, Vietnam and “get me out of the nine-to-five” posts from the perspective of a working mother. Cheers, big guy!

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    • Geez.. BrenDan… terrible typing error. So sorry.

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  102. Hi Brendan,
    Found your site through Google!!
    I would love to have my travel blog included on your list…

    I love travelling to spiritual destinations in India and chronicle them in my diary here. Complete with extensive description that includes delightful photographs, places to stay and eat, shopping and much more, the blog aims to help those planning to make a trip to these places or simply provide a virtual tour to the rest.!!

    Do check out my blog – My Yatra Diary…

    Eagerly awaiting your response, hopefully positive:)

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    • Hi Arti, can you please send an email to me via my contact form? I’ll forget to add you if you don’t. Cheers

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  103. A couple traveling the world. No big deal, until we show how you can do it for insanely cheap. Not just the normal budget traveling, but real budget traveling. I am talking $1 US a day. Check it out. Just went up.

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    • Can you email me this via the contact page please Elijah… I will lose it otherwise. Cheers

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  104. Hey Brandon-
    Did my site fall off? Just wondering…my PR is 5 and I’ve been blogging (writing and photo for 5 years now). Thanks dude!
    Lisa

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  105. Love what you’re doing here man and would be great to be part of it!

    On my blog A Life of Blue, I write about how to achieve freedom through unconventional living and world travel. My free ebook is called “The Art of Being a World Nomad”, for which I drew from my experience as a vagabond since the age of 15.

    What do you think?

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    • Hi Conni, You have to shoot me a message via the contact form please. Cheers, Brendan

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  106. I would like my travel blog http://www.outoftownblog.com to be listed on the travel blog list. I started blogging early 1998 to be exact when everyone is still using Geocities. I believe my blog is one of the most visited travel blogs in the Philippines with over 27,000 fans in Facebook.

    Ive been busy travelling all my life just to provide travel tips and fresh contents about Philippines and other Asian Destinations. I hope you can consider including my blog on the list:)

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  107. Hi Brendan,

    My site, Old World Wandering, documents two overland journeys across Europe, Asia and Africa. It is a collection of travel narratives written by two South Africans exploring the connection between regions and across cultures.

    I’d appreciate it if you added me to the list.

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    • Iain, you’ll have to send me a message to the contact form please.

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  108. Hi Brendon, I think I filled out the form correctly to be included in your site review for the Top 100 list.

    The list really inspires us and we are already addicted to several of site you recomend!

    We have been working really hard on our newbie site Ageless GlobeTravels (ssmeder.com) to bring it under the magic Alexa score of 1 mil. Our site is geared to the independent traveler mostly the over 50 crowd. One thing we have really found a challenge is finding time to travel, sort photos AND write for the site at the same time, but it’s a challenge we love! I hope you enjoy the site!

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  109. My blog is about interesting and unusual places and things in and around popular travel destinations. They are the kind of things only locals know about or are difficult to find out about. Most of the sites I’ve visited personally.

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  110. Hi Brendan. A good idea as it keeps everyone together into an identifiable group of travel savvy bloggers. Be good to be included!

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  111. Hi Brendan.

    I am just getting started but it would be great to be able to benchmark my site’s performance from the beginning as I add content & make improvements over time.

    The purpose of my site is to share my travel experiences to both entertain my readers & to provide them with practical information and insight. I hope to add content related to business travel, vacations, & hiking and backpacking excursions. I will also be launching a section with product reviews (more specific to the backpacking/hiking area of the blog). To date I have been focused on experiences from my business trips to India & Europe.

    I look forward to seeing where I stand so that I am able to improve from here. If you have any more specific feedback it would also be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks in advance,
    Lauren

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  112. Hey Brendan,

    I would love to be included in this list (if I make the cut!). My travel blog is http://www.travel-experience-live.com. I post at least two times per week and it\’s mainly about adventure travel and photography.

    Thanks!

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    • Funny that you’ve applied just a couple of days before me:)

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