Posts Tagged ‘travel inspiration’

Lost Boy of the Week: David Rozgonyi (Part 2)

Lost Boy of the Week: David Rozgonyi (Part 2)
The end of David Rozgonyi’s short story, The End of the Line, continued from today’s earlier post. **** Source: davidrozgonyi.blogspot.com/ Standing shoulder to shoulder with expectant boys and dancing children, you can almost hear it, a gob of fire and boil sizzling against the curtain of...
March 10th, 2010 | Extras, Featured, Lost Boys, Websites and Blogs | Read More

Lost Boy of the Week: David Rozgonyi (Part 1)

Lost Boy of the Week: David Rozgonyi (Part 1)
source: davidrozgonyi.blogspot.com/ David Rozgonyi was born in Libya to Hungarian political refugees in 1976. He has lived on four continents and has traveled through over 50 countries on foot, bus, train, motorcycle and Cyril, his beloved 1977 Volkswagen bus. His first book, Goat Trees: Tales from...
March 10th, 2010 | Featured, Lost Boys, Websites and Blogs | Read More

Lost Boy of the Week: Darren Garnick (The Tacky Tourist)

Lost Boy of the Week: Darren Garnick (The Tacky Tourist)
Darren Garnick of www.tackytouristphotos.com, is a New Hampshire-based writer and filmmaker currently gearing up for the next ‘Anne of Green Gables Look-a-like Contest’ (pictured left). He recently chased thrill show daredevils around the country for his offbeat documentary, “Hell Drivers:...
March 2nd, 2010 | Lost Boys, Websites and Blogs | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Julia Dimon

Lost Girl of the Week: Julia Dimon
This week’s featured blogger, Julia Dimon, of traveljunkiejulia.com, is not only a travel expert who has traveled around the world four times, through six continents, across over 80 countries, but also a writer, TV show and Kayak.com’s “Chief Travel Junkie.”  Her blog gives fellow...
February 26th, 2010 | Lost Girl of the Week, Websites and Blogs | Read More

Lost in the Mail: How To Afford Your Adventure

Lost in the Mail: How To Afford Your Adventure
Q. Wow girls! You all rock my world—I love your site and ditto on all the Lost Girl sentiments. I have been a relatively steady traveler: China, Russia, Mongolia, all of Western Europe, Honduras, parts of Eastern Europe and India. I feel a travel bug nagging for a longer trip though…. Are...
December 30th, 2009 | Extras | Read More

The Lost Girls Love Adventure Life

The Lost Girls Love Adventure Life
When Jen, Amanda and I made it back home after our yearlong trek around the globe, the place that stuck with us the most wasn’t the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat in Cambodia or the Franz Joseph Glacier in New Zealand (though both are breathtaking), but rather a small farm town in Kenya called Kiminini....
July 3rd, 2009 | Adventure Travel, Kenya, Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Peru, Staying There, Tours & Attractions, Travel Philosophy, Travel Products & Services, Volunteering & Giving Back, Websites and Blogs | Read More

My Five Favorite Destinations: The Brittany G Edition

My Five Favorite Destinations: The Brittany G Edition
When Lost Girl Brittany Gotschall wrote to share some of the places that she’d already visited by her early 20s, we had to tip our caps. When it comes to the sheer number of passport stamps and miles traveled, she’s almost got the three original LGs beat! Since she’s she’s quite...
June 29th, 2009 | Adventure Travel, China, City Travel, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Europe, Food & Wine, Greece, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Book Review: The Weight of Silence, by Shelley Seale

Book Review: The Weight of Silence, by Shelley Seale
Author Shelley Seale discusses her new narrative non-fiction book, The Weight of Silence: Invisible Children of India, which depicts her journey into orphanages and through the streets and slums of India where millions of innocent children live without families. During her three years of writing The...
June 16th, 2009 | India, Travel Books & Movies, Travel Philosophy, Volunteering & Giving Back | Read More

I dreamed a dream…

I dreamed a dream…
By Amanda Pressner LG Executive Editor A few days ago, my Mom emailed me a YouTube link and followed up with a few phone calls making me *swear* to watch the video asap. Never one who loves forwards or viral stuff, I kind of “forgot” to be a good daughter and listen until today. I have to...
April 17th, 2009 | Ideas, Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

Rolf Potts On Travel Writing

Rolf Potts On Travel Writing
Our previous entry highlighted Rolf Potts’ sophomore book that weaves his personal tales of adventures on the road with commentary on the art of storytelling. In travel, we seek to discover our humanity, our connection to other people, and our place in relation to it all. And the act of writing...
September 19th, 2008 | Adventure Travel, Blogging Your Trip, Travel Books & Movies, Websites and Blogs | Read More