Our Food Travel Guest Bloggers
Our Guest Bloggers are an amazing source of information, all here to bring you the best and most interesting content about the things they love most in life; Food and Travel! They have come together from all over the world to create Food Travel Guides for you!
Sticks & Spoons Food Travel
Jane and Fredrik Goldhahn, Sweden
Jane & Fredrik Goldhahn aka Sticks & Spoons are two Bon Vivants, Foodies, and a married traveling couple from Sweden. Jane is a Waitress and Fredrik a Chef so expect a lot of food from these bloggers while they travel; from street food to fine dining and everything in between! They met at work and discovered a mutual interest in each other and food. During a dinner at home, they started to brainstorm about combining Asian Cuisine with more west-oriented methods and cooking techniques and all of a sudden "Sticks & Spoons Food Travel" were born! Their Food Travel Blog is all about eating and traveling together; to gather stories and achieve the goal of an own restaurant someday. Do we think you can figure out the name?
Pearce Gunne-Jones, UK
Xcapia is a Travel Website created by Pearce Gunne-Jones and designed to give you an insight into Global Destinations - both familiar and new ones! Pearce is a London-based Globetrotter and Travel Writer but grew up in the Caribbean where he experienced hurricanes, earthquakes, and even volcanic eruptions! Talk about an exciting childhood! He has traveled extensively ever since, and founded Xcapia to show how well-traveled destinations still can be experienced with new eyes as they are ever-changing!
Urge to XPLORE
Suk & Sangy, Canada
Traveling the world together for the better part of the last 15 years, they have been to over 20 countries across 5 continents. The desire to see new places, meet people, experience new cultures, and savor different cuisines fuels their urge to explore. From trip planning to build itineraries, their passion for travel led them to launch their own travel blog; Urge to XPLORE, to share Ideas, Insights & Inspirations.
Nat Gone Global
Nathalie Segelborg, Sweden
Nat Gone Global (earlier A Piece Of My Pie) is a Travel Hack and Travel Tips kind of blog for her fellow travelers and has been with us for a long time. Besides being a digital nomad with a lot of Travel Inspiration to share, Nathalie also writes a lot about mental health issues as a traveler, in hope that she can educate and encourage people who suffer from them to still travel.
More Than Food Mag
Darren Meltz, South Africa
Darren Meltz am a self-confessed creative jack of all trades - The world is a delicious pie of creativity so why have just one slice? Besides running More Than Food Mag Darren is also an actor, educator, clown (yes believe it or not) but above all else, a writer. His biggest passion is creating amazing things with the words that race around in his head. Ambitious as he is he often think “Why the heck not?!” This led him to More Than Food Magazine which is a collaboration of all the things he love to experience and to write about.
Czick on the Road
Tereza Letalova, Czechia
Tereza Letalova started "Czick On The Road" to let her friends and family be part of her travels. Today it's something completely different! Besides being a World traveler and adventurer, a mounain girl, curios about vegan diet and keen on getting new tattoos she's also a port and fitness enthusiast. In 2017 she and her friend Primož decided to quit their jobs, get rid of all their stuff to become digital nomads who with two backpacks; roaming the world towards the unknown.
Anjali Indurkhya, India
Anjali Indurkhya is an Indian blogger and love to travel! She want to encourage traveling in her blog Ghumakkadbandi as it taught us the art of living in her opinion (great quote right there!) and especially safe female travelling solo in India with tips and hints on her site and blog. She started sharing her experiences of visiting various new places, knowing others culture, new people and trying out on every new Cusine she get introduced to!
Smita Chandra, Canada
Smita Chandra started her self named blog several years ago wanting to share the foodie travel experiences with her family, friends and a larger audience of similar minded people. During the years she have become author of three Indian Cookbooks, made an App; the Easy Tandoori Cooking App, worked as a teacher and consultant, brand ambassador, food and travel writer, TV-personality and South Asian Cooking Expert - and much more! You can read her full Bio here. Needless to say - when not travelling with her husband or friends Chandra is a woman with a lot going on!
Often Out Of Office
Barbora & Karolis, Lithuania/ Hong Kong
Often Out of Office is run by the travel couple Barbora and Karolis from Lithuania, currently living in Hong Kong. With their blog, they show that you can combine a career and travel. They also will give you helpful travel tips on how to travel cheaper and experience more.
Aussie in Wanderlust
Brodie Daverell, Australia
Brodie Daverell recently started his own travel blog website after more than 6 years traveling and working in different locations. While working and living in different places Brodie also have taken every chance he got to travel and explore new countries and cultures. This have resulted in over 30 countries visited throughout Asia, Africa and Europe over the years. After getting asked by lots of friends (and friends of friends) about certain places he had visited for suggestions and travel tips he decided it was time to share these on a wider level and also hope to gain a profit by doing so; becoming a full-time traveler.
Kat Bird, USA
Kat Bird had this awesome idea one day. She decided to become debt-free, downsize her life buying a Motorhome, quit her (well-paying & secure) job & travel the world with her husband - "What could possibly go wrong?!?!" It's a bold decision but happily for us they did! They mostly travel by RV, which consists of getting lost, stuck or eating too many snacks. The Bird Family like snacks. And even though they love RV's and Motorhomes they occasionally fly somewhere exotic or cold, just to mix things up a bit. Currently, they’re in Europe, falling in love with the places they find, as well as the fact that it’s perfectly acceptable to eat delicious crusty bread with ham & cheese for breakfast. And lunch. And possibly a lazy dinner…
These Foreign Roads
Kylee and Mark Hayes, USA
Somewhere back in 2007 Kylee Hayes and her husband Mark got hit hard by the travel bug and went for a year of travel! Over time, splitting up their journeys they even tried with feeble attempts at following the societies expectations and bought a house, changed careers and generally did their best to follow the status quo. But they never fully settled down and decided they wanted to travel full time, sold the house, the belongings and hit the road and haven't stopped since! Kylee and Mark are both fully trained chefs and plan to explore and eat everything the world has to offer and share that with the world. Isn't that just a wonderful idea?
World Wide Wendy
Wendy Maes, Belgium
Wendy Maes is a traveler addict, foodie and bon vivant. Together with her soulmate and travel companion, two sons and a dog she has traveled around a lot over the years and played a long time with the idea to do something with all the information she gathered. Et voila, WorldWideWendy was born! Through her blog you can follow her and her family on all travels. Since good food is an important part of her trips, you can count on plenty of food tips. Occasionally stories are a trip down memory lane. Wendy is also keen on saving all practical information (hotels and restaurants) so it's carefully checked and therefore still up to date if you want to reconstruct a travel. Wendy is also straightforward and critical (but not too much) expect honest reviews.
Tyas Wahyu Pramesti, Indonesia
Say hello to Tyas Wahyu Pramesti; an Indonesian girl currently living in South Korea! At her Weps Gallery she has been blogging for some time but it was just recently when moving for studies to South Korea that Tyas Wahyu started to blog about travel to let her friends and family take part of her journey. She began writing about her travelling and loved it so the plan is to travel and write more when coming back to Indonesia; being bitten by the Travel Bug! She want the world to know just how beautiful Indonesia is, and help tourists to pick their favorite destinations. She also plan to start cooking more and blog about food. We look forward to both and meanwhile we can enjoy some South Korean Adventures at Food and Travel Guides.
Erik the Hungry Traveller
Erik Requina, Philippines
Erik Requina started blogging to pursue his passion and life long dream to become a well known writer and author. As a kid he loved reading books with Harry Potter as my ultimate favorite read. He have decided to channel positivism with his blogs by sharing to the world that an introverted person can indeed conquer the world of traveling and be able to survive solo trips across the Asia and soon the whole world. "The sky is the limit when it comes to achieving your passion and dreams in life!" is his favorite quote. It's a good quote and we can only agree!
Make You Wander
Jasmine Jenkins, UK
Jasmine Jenkins Travel Blog is called Make You Wander - and that made us wonder what it was all about! It appears clearly that Jasmine with Make You Wander loves to Travel and Write! She thought that the best thing to do with her favourite hobbies was to combine the two and start a Travel Blog and we couldn't agree more that this was a good decision. What Jasmine also is very keen on is telling you about Sustainable and Responsible Travels. There's a growing awareness of how travelling impact our environments around the World and Food and Travel Guides welcomes a promotor and enthusiast like Make You Wander to raise those topics here!
Eat Bake Fit
Jana Abelovska , Slovak Republic
Jana is originally from Bratislava in the Slovak Republic but are now living in London where she loves to bake, eat breakfast (her favourite food) and travel! With Eat Bake Fit you have a billingual Food and Travel Blog with a lot of delicious and healthy recipes and travel tips from Jana's travels. Jana is also a devoted food photographer. She loves to capture mouthwatering healthy desserts and breakfasts that she creates herself or the food she had a chance to try in many different places in London.
Ditch the Map
Scott Biales and Sylvie Golec, USA
Scott Biales and his love Sylvie Golec from USA are devoted Foodies and Travellers that loves to Explore World Cuisines and Food wherever they go. The will to share their Food Adventures during Travels grew and they decided to start the site and Travel Blog Ditch the Map to let the world take part of their Food Discoveries. As a matter of fact, they quit their jobs to Travel Full-time! And with 5 continents and over 50 countries visited they aspire with their Stories!
A World of Destinations
Maria Stadler, Austria
Maria Stadler runs the Travelblog "A World of Destinations" where she wants to share her experiences, inspire others and help them to Travel More! A common reason to start Travel Blogging we understand! But what you can expect from Maria in her blog is, not only travelled destinations that would top many travellers Bucketlist, but also travel tips on how to combine being a student and travel, sustainable travelling, doing solo travels and much more!
Queen Wanderlust Travels
Rachel Coston, UK
Rachel Coston always had a strong Wanderlust and started her Travel Blog Queen Wanderlust Travels to share the new Destinations and Cultures she discovers during her travels! In her Travel Blog she shares Travel Inspiration and Rachels hope is that you as a reader will be encouraged and boost your own Wanderlust! Her catch-word is simply "Somewhere with My Passport"!
Eat Your Calories
Kamilah Khelili, Brazil/ Canada
Partly due to a wanderlust-infused personality, Kamilah Khelili developed an obsession with going around the planet looking for yummy things. Her life is essentially a pursuit to fulfill that list with restaurants, markets etc from around the world, regardless of her current bank account status, she's always emptying it further on gastronomic endeavors. While some people like to go to museums to stare at art, Kamilah like to go to restaurants to have a sensory experience full of mouthgasms and sometimes even tears of excitement and joy.
The Wandering Westerner
Caden Allison, Australia
When traveling off the beaten path in mostly unexplored areas of the world like the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, and Latin America; it is difficult to find helpful and practical information on where to go, how to get around, and what to do. Unfourtanly, his blog is down right now. Meanwhile, check out his awesome Instagram feed.
Escape the Bay
Haley Goerish, USA
Haley started her Food and Travel Blog Escape the Bay because she wanted a place to share her food and travel adventures with her friends. That might be the main reason for many to start blogging about Food and Travel but nowdays Hayley also blog about the challenges and great fun of traveling and eating with twins! She shares her adventures and what she eat traveling, or even sometimes hanging out at home in Southern California. Besides the Foodie Adventures back home in the States you'll also find Travel Stories and Travel Inspiration from Europe and Asia in her Food and Travel blog.
Where Food Takes Us
Darrah and Garreth, USA
Digital Nomad Couple Darah and Garret from Oklahoma, USA share their Travel Tips (and mistakes) on their Food and Travel Blog Where Food Takes Us. What started as a mindbogling idea to quit their day jobs and moving abroad during a road trip through the Arizona Desert has now become a Digital Nomad Lifestyle filled with delicious Food! The freedom of Teaching English Online quickly changed their minds of living in Taipei, Taiwan for a year. Instead they now let their stomachs lead them to new Food Destinations around the World!
Tod Hughes, USA
Tod Hughes started his blog Tasteful Detours as a result of his passion for food and travel experiences! We do love to Travel for Food too (who doesn't, right?) With time the desire to share information with like-minded readers grew and Tod really love to explore local cuisine and cultural experiences, plus the most interesting places to visit when you have limited time. Follow Tod and Tasteful Detours to Top Dining and Food across U.S. and the world, farm-to-table cuisines, fine dining at Michelin-starred restaurants and the best in local markets or the top local foods
Yana Maximova, Russia
Meet Yana Maximova from the blog Aware Impact! When starting to blog about Travel she decided early that her Travel Blog should be focused on sustainable and responsible travels! Her drive is to show her readers how sustainable and responsible travelling isn't only the travelling part but also teaching them to be living a more responsible life; using less plastic, to respect and love Nature, Wildlife and Local Communities. Follow her on her mission and journey towards a better future.
Tash Matt, Australia
Tash Matt blog about Travel at Find Tash and like many other Travel Bloggers her main reason for starting blogging was a will to tell others about her experiences and journeys. Tash is an adrenaline seeker of sorts, enjoying the outdoors and off the beaten path adventures but also exploring new cuisines and new cultures on her Travels. With 8 countries on 3 different continents and counting, Tash have just started her mission to explore as much as possible of our Earth.
Travel Tips by Lea
Léa Mandoni, France
Léa Madoni is really passionate about travel! That's why she started to write about her travels, trying to inspire other to travel more, give helpful travel tips and travel advice. With a lot of European Destinations and other great countries visited, her website is an open book of her different experiences that she had or that people shared with her around the globe. If you look for some Travel Inspiration you can get more Travel Tips from her at her official Food and Travel Blog.
Alex Kroeger, USA
Alex Kroeger is the Co-Founder and Editor of Via Travelers. Via Travelers is one of these modern travel blogs that are really focused on helping you learn the best travel tips, get the best travel hacks and find itineraries online helping you to explore the world and plan your trips in advance. Alex started blogging about Food and Travel because he thinks traveling the world is an adventure and people should know about it!
Casey Marriot, Mexico
MEXLocal is a website that reveals all the local travel tips for Mexico! Casey Marriot want travellers to be excited about Mexico after five years of living there. Her travel blogging is about breaking the fear-mongering sterotypes and instead showing the diverse local life, amazing landscapes and rich gastronomy that her beloved Mexico is proud of. If you thinking of visiting Mexico you should ask a local and then MEXLocal is your first choice! Visit Mexico.
Travel Love Blog
Zeljka Rajic Aralica, Croatia
Travel Love Blog was started by Zeljka Rajic Aralica when she couldn't start a Travel Company! Not the most common reason...But we know now she LOVE travelling! And like many other her blogging about Travel really took flight when she decided to let her friends, family and the World know about her travel experiences around the world!
Nattie on the Road
Natalie Kafader Nealan, USA
Natalie started her blog to encourage anyones curiosity about the world and show that everyone can have an adventure travelling. She's from California, USA and a real outdoor enthusiast and self proclaimed Hipster! Natalie travel with her husband Rob. Take part of their stories, their adventures - but also misadventures and everything they learned while being a travelling couple
Mary-Preston Austin, UK
Mary-Preston Austin started to blog about the Hillwalking Adventures experienced during travels in the Scotland Highlands. But lets clear the obvious question here: What is Hillwalking? Hillwalking is maybe what some call hiking. However, the mountanious parts of UK is more hills than mountains so calling it Hillwalk is pretty much spot on! Mary-Preston loves the absurd adventures on her trails while doing Hillwalks so visit the Travel Blog Hillwalking Society to know more!
40 and it Shows
Paola Cirino, Italy
Paola Cirino started her blog about Travel to meet new, well-travelled friends around the World. Another reason was that she didn't felt like she had enough travel-inclined friends to start with and wanted to connect with like-minded travel addicted. We welcome you to Food and Travel Guides Paola - you have a lot of friends right here who look forward to a long friendship! Also take some time to check out her creative ideas on Asteroidea-3D!
Giraffe View Blog
Pauline is a fulltime student from Los Angeles, California that started her Travel Blog to share her World Wide Travels, Travel Photography and Environmental Experiences! Pauline love traveling more than anything, so her blog is where she share her experiences and photographs from all around the world, hopefully inspiring her readers to see the world with a giraffe’s view. We guess that's a good point of view, trying to make the best out of your travels while leaving a minimal ecological footprint as possible on your jou