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JWalking Blog of the Week

When we first started our JWalking travel blog we didn’t imagine for one moment that there was a whole community of blogs, travel and other, out there. As our blog has developed so has our integration in to the blogging community and it has been a fabulous experience. We have got to know so many wonderful people online and have such dedicated support from bloggers all over the world and try our very best to return that support and more.

So here is our favourite blog this week, most of these will obviously be travel related but not all. It’s just our little way of saying that we’re following and appreciate someones work and want to spread the word about them.


This week’s JWalking Blog of the Week:

Itching for Hitching – Lindsey and Woody from Melbourne.

Itching for Hitching is one of our favourite blogs and follows the adventures of Lindsey and Woody from Melbourne as they travel around Australia in their caravan. Lindsey writes funny observational posts about every day events and the wonderful little towns that they come across on their travels. A joy to follow and a greater joy to read.


Previous ‘Blogs of the Week’

Kate Loves Travel – An English passionate photographer and traveller.

Blog of the Week

Love Travelling – This is Marion, an independent British traveller .

Blog of the Week

A Mindful Traveler – Lorelle is a passionate explorer living in Melbourne, Australia.

Blog of the Week

MistyNites – An outdoor loving Scot living in New Zealand.

Mistynites blog of the week

The Backpacking Housewife – Janice has left it all behind for the adventure of a lifetime.

Blog of the Week - Backpacking Housewife

Susie Lindau’s Wild Ride – Susie’s ridiculously good stories of her wild life.

Blog of the Week - Susie Lindaus Wild Ride

Global Housesitter x2 –  Stories of travel and housesitting from Suze and the Squire.

Blog of the Week - Global Housesitter

Living the Q Life – Pete and Donna’s stories of food, fun and travel around the world.

Adventures of a Jersey Girl – an expat Brit in Kuwait blogging about her life and adventures in the middle east.

Kiwi Footprints – a Kiwi traveller photographing the world.

Kiwi Footprints

16 comments

  1. Thanks so much guys, I’m so glad that you enjoy my ramblings and have loved our interaction through our blogs. I can definitely see us doing something similar to your travels when we are done with the expat train

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  2. Well, you two that was a pleasant surprise this morning 🙂 Cheers for making us the blog of the week. I too enjoy [the Squire is not a social media user] following your travels and it is good getting to know you through our mutual enjoyment of blogging. Who knows we may even meet up for a coffee one day!! Have a great day.

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  3. Thanks for sharing my website and blog on your Blog Of The Week – and your kind words about my book The Backpacking Housewife coming out next month on July 6th. Happy travels Jonn and Jo! Love from, Janice and Trav

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  4. Guys thanks so much for featuring my blog. It means so much. I too have been blown away by the power of the blogosphere, is that one g or two? What started out as a way of capturing and remembering our travels has become something much more and delightful friendships have developed. I believe that blogging improves our travel as it forces us to see Australia through the eyes of other travellers. What a surprise that when I first found your blog you were staying not far from us on our own Mornington Peninsula. Many thanks for your kind words, travel safe and keep up the fascinating blogs. A big Aussie hug from Lindsey and Woody.

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