Hey there travelers!
We are Chad and Nikki, travel bloggers from the United Kingdom and the United States. We met in Iceland and after getting around the strange accents and cultural differences (Americans don't understand sarcasm) we ended here with Couples Carry-on!
Launching a travel blog was always on our bucket list before we met each other and then it just clicked, why don't we do it together? Our mission is simple, to inspire and help others who have never traveled, starting to travel, and live, breathe, and sleep travel.
You will find hundreds of travel blogs on the internet in this digital age and each one has its own personal qualities. If you're wondering what our qualities are, let us tell you:
We create all content ourselves which is important to stay true to who we are and be authentic. We write about what we want and post the pictures we want. Too many people try and copy the travel bloggers that have 2 million + followers which is fair enough, but these bloggers pay people to manage their social media accounts, pay people to "ghostwrite blogs" for them, over-edit all their photos, and get paid/sponsored to travel everywhere. To us, that is not what travel is about and we promise to always stay true to ourselves and write our own content.
Anyway, back to the exciting stuff! Our website is packed full of helpful travel advice, blogs, travel essentials, booking help, and much more. Take a look around and let us know what you think, we always love to hear from other travelers. Side note, if you notice spelling mistakes, just remember that one of us is British and the other is American, so Travelers becomes Travellers.
If you need any help with your travel, don't hesitate to contact us, we will be more than happy to help!
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Everyone has their own reasons for travelling but sometimes you may need inspiration from others. From my experience, I can tell you that travelling the world will be the best thing you could ever do. Some of the reasons you won’t actually realise until you travel, some you will think are obvious, and some you would never have thought of. The most important thing to remember is that if you have your own reason to travel, don't listen to anyone else, do it.