May 9, 2010 - Posted by Erin in Travel

The last few months have been a bit crazy as I’ve gone from chronicling my travels for a handful of family and friends, to becoming a very public travel blogger – taking my blog from an itty bitty “Made by Mac” site, to the much fancier world of La Tortuga Viajera. In doing this, I have had the incredible honor of joining some of the world’s best travel bloggers in being featured on Lonely Planet. So now I feel as though I’m embarking on a joint world travel experience with the best of the best when it comes to sharing my adventures and taking you all along for the ride.

To that end, us Lonely Planet Bloggers have recently banded together on a slew of projects from our separate and ever changing corners of the earth. Our most recent effort has been to compile a live feed of our blogs in one place so that you the reader can sit back, relax and travel the world from wherever you may be.

So, with that, let the journey begin! World Travel with the Lonely Planet Bloggers.

Buen viaje amigos – happy travels!

6 comments

6 Responses to “World travel with the Lonely Planet Bloggers”

  1. Eulalio Says:

    So proud of you Ridley! Keep on writing!! Wishing you all the best!!

  2. Status Viatoris Says:

    Wow! Congratulations! Certainly your blog is an ideal accompaniment to any Spanish holiday. There is still so much I haven’t seen of Spain, so I shall experience it all through La Tortuga Viajera, and then know where to visit when the time comes!

  3. Erin Says:

    Thanks to you both! @Status Viatoris – I’ve been receiving your blogs via email and am really enjoying them! I’m thinking I need a “Pooch” of my own!

  4. Lulu Says:

    Congrats! With the schedule that I have, my only option is to travel the world through my computer. Looking forward to a trip guided by the Lonely Planet Bloggers!

  5. Status Viatoris Says:

    Yes yes! Get a Pooch! They’re the best… and loads of abandoned ones in Spain.

    I have a question for you, do you know anyone who speaks gallego or euskera? Somebody asked me if I did for translation purposes, but I couldn’t help,

  6. Erin Says:

    I unfortunately don’t know anyone that speaks either language. If there’s something specific that you need, let me know and I can hunt around. Saludos to you and Pooch 😉

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