Let’s be honest. We all, at some point or another, have taken a selfie. It might not have been a Kim Kardashian-style mirror selfie and we may have not posted it online, but we’ve all taken one at some point—some of us just out of necessity because there was no one else present to take the photo. While you won’t see much in the way of mirror selfies from me, I’ve taken my share of selfies, both out of novelty and necessity, as a frequent solo traveler (these long arms come in really handy for this).

As a company, however, I’d like to think that Expedia was something of an early adopter of the travel selfie. Last year we posted a round-up of the best cat travel selfies on Buzzfeed. Because what’s better than a travel selfie? One with cats.

This week we’re sporting some selfies yet again. As you read this, some of our bloggers and hundreds of other travel bloggers from around the world are gathering in Cancun for the annual Travel Bloggers Exchange (TBEX). Travelers, and especially travel bloggers, love documenting their travels with selfies. So it only seemed natural then that we’d throw a selfie-themed party, a bash that we’ve dubbed, “More Selfies in More Places.” (Be ready to take your own selfies tonight with the #ExpediaTBEX hashtag on Moon Palace’s Moonlight Terrace for a chance to win travel.)

Leading up to this week in Cancun we asked our bloggers to share the best selfie (or, in some cases, the best “famfie”) they’ve ever taken. See what they came up with below.

 

The Planet D in Iceland

The Planet D in Iceland

Our favorite selfie comes to you from the Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa in Iceland. After a cool and rainy 10 days driving around the Ring Road it was a wonderful feeling to relax in the hot, soothing waters before our flight home.

Kara Williams in front of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament in London

Kara Williams in front of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament in London

This summer I visited 10 different countries in Europe with my family, while I worked aboard a Semester at Sea ship. We must have taken at least two dozen selfies together — actually we dubbed them “famfies” — throughout our 10-week whirlwind trip.

Carol Cain overlooking Reims, France

Carol Cain overlooking Reims, France

When in France…It only felt appropriate to take a selfie from high above Reims overlooking the city.

Trip Styler hiking solo on the Hawaii island of Lanai

Trip Styler hiking solo on the Hawaii island of Lanai

When I surveyed the vista, after hiking to the the top of Koloiki Ridge in Lanai, I naturally started dancing. In a I-have-to-capture-this flash of travel-wow, I snapped a photo with my iPhone’s self-timer app.

Matt Villano in Norway

Matt Villano in Norway

In this photo, on a boat in search of Orca whales north of the Arctic Circle, the windchill was about 30 below.

No Vacation Required on an empty beach in Costa Rica

No Vacation Required on an empty beach in Costa Rica

When you’re alone on a gorgeous beach, you have to resort to taking a selfie. Here we are, alone on such a beach in Costa Rica, one of our favorite destinations.n

Captain and Clark in Paris, France

Captain and Clark in Paris, France

The particular selfie was taken outside of the Louvre on our whirlwind trip through Europe, and also the first trip we took as an engaged couple.

Spencer Spellman on the Hawaii island of Maui

Spencer Spellman on the Hawaii island of Maui

This shot came from my 30th birthday on Maui, where it only seemed appropriate to take a selfie while paragliding.

Hip Travel Mama in London

Hip Travel Mama in London

This family selfie was taken hours after we landed in London for the first time together as a family. Jet-lagged, we wandered the streets of London in search of Big Ben to snap this precious photo capturing our enthusiasm for our trip ahead.