Travelers with companion
Talking about the most crazy travelers out there, we could not fail to include a special category for those who are traveling with a companion, a.k.a. “soulmate”. Whether it is a straight, homo or lesbo couple, here are some other mighty travelers that have closed the home’s door behind their back…indefinitely.
Stefan and Sebastien
Stefan and Sebastien are a gay couple on a travelling mission since 3 years. As stated by themselves, they want to “inspire you to travel to places beyond the pink comfort zone”. They have left their home country in 2014 and if you are curious about their relationship, they are together since 2009.
Upon embarking for their adventure they set up a blog that has become their full time business, providing a multitude of useful information to thousands of readers. NomadicBoys has many dedicated sections with lots of reviews, world recipes (they love food), resources and travel stories from a number of destinations in Europe, South America and Asia.
Dani and Jess
The two ladies behind Globetrottergirls are Dani and Jess, former lesbian couple from UK. They met in Germany back in 2006 and it was love at first sight. Before that moment they had been traveling far and wide accross the planet, experiencing life in locations like Guatemala, Costa Rica, Germany, Austria, Spain and England. In 2010 they decided to run away form the rainy british weather and they took off for Las Vegas, planning a one-year round-the-world trip. 4 years later they were still traveling, but different ideas and dreams have pushed their paths apart from each other so in early 2014 they split up and parted ways.
These days the Globetrottergirls blog is still up and running, with the sole contribution of Dani who remained at the commander seat of this traveling platform. Among a moltitude of beautiful and colorful pictures there also is place for a few traveling tips&tricks, personal thoughts and a very exhaustive list of culinary specialities from all over the world. Finally, check out their section dedicated to the “traveler’s mistakes”, a very helpful guide to better understand what are the DOs and DON’Ts of a traveling life.