There are countless travelers on the road, each with a unique story to tell. The beauty of traveling is that regardless of the method, every individual experience is worthy of an attentive ear. Sometimes we connect with each other. There’s an invisible network of hitchhiker websites and blogs, many of which are linked from this page. Each traveler listed here hitchhikes all or part of their time. They are in no particular order.
Patrick has been hitchhiking since 2009. He’s now canoing the Amazon, eating Piranha, and shooting things.
This is Mayra’s blog. She writes very well, all in Spanish, and gives another perspective of a voyage we share together.
He has been a hitchhiker and a vagabond cyclist. Now he has created infothatmakesyoumove.com.
Having hitchhiked alone through Africa, she now lives in Afghanistan.
Petite and solo, she captures her hitching adventures in photography.
Author of “Vagabonding in the Axis of Evil – Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan”. He’s Argentinian, and has seen a lot.
A mind packed with experiences, Kent is never in one place for long.
I met Elena. She hitches sometimes, and travels all the time. I like her long photo posts.
Tirillas travels by thumb in diverse spots all around the globe, writing for friends and family and strangers.
She’s a loner, and her writing gets better every time.
He gave me advice about boathitchhiking. His site is full of creative writing.
Stories of living with carnies and hitchhiking America for a year populate this site.
Thomas is a videographer documenting good things in the world.
Dave writes from time to time about his journeys, which he began after graduating in 2010.
Ludovic hitched for 5 years around the world. The result? A book and travelwithamission.org
Jeremy is a Frenchman who hitchhiked around the world, giving interviews and presentations all over the place.
Anastasia and George are Russian, and hitchhiked the Americans in 2011.
Jack hitchhiked in Europe once upon a time, and updates occasionally.
Sammy is a good friend, and abandoned this blog at the beginning. But the writing talent is obvious.
Adam wrote a free book about his travels hitchhiking around the world.
I met Patrick in Lima. He told me about passive income, and I’ve since looked into it. Thanks Patrick!
Dumpster-diving and vagabonding, they wrote about North America in revealing tones.