Freelance Travel & Lifestyle Writer
Blogging is a popular way to record a trip but what happens if you don’t want the world to read your deepest thoughts or when inspiration strikes on a 16-hour bus journey?
Whether it’s a saved ticket stub or a burrito stain, there is something about traditional pen and paper journaling that can capture the essence of a moment in a way that online journaling can’t.
Here are 10 travel journals to inspire you to swap your mouse for a pen and capture your trip in all its glory:
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Photo: Martin Pulaski