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Almost all ecotourism is adventure travel, but not all adventure travel is ecotourism. Fortunately, adventure travel is slowly but surely embracing ecotourism practices. By Chez Chesak for Green Matters. SATW is a proud sponsor of the 2018 Family Travel Forum Teen Travel Writing Scholarship contest. Teens can enter submissions through July 9, 2018 for cash scholarship awards. The Family Travel...
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Great Escape Publishing can show you how you can supplement your travels and create a new part or full-time income and live the life of your dreams. Travel the world. Tell the world. Whether you’re interested in travel writing, photography, planning tours, or the import/export business, we’ll show you how you can supplement your travels and create a new part or full-time income with these...
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“I love connecting with fellow travel writers and tourism colleagues at the Travel & Words Conference! I always come away with new friends and travel writing tips that I can implement immediately.” — Nancy Mueller, Freelance Writer. The Travel & Words Conference is produced by a group of travel...
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Advice and interviews on the travel writing life: freelance writing, blogging, web publishing, and book publishing in the digital age. Writer and photographer Amanda Castleman specializes in travel, adventure, pop culture and the environment. Her work has appeared in Afar, Outside, Sierra,...
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The book Lost, Kidnapped, Eaten Alive! was the First Place Winner in the General Non-fiction category at the San Francisco Book Festival (2017), was named a Distinguished Favorite in the Travel category of the Independent Press Awards (2017), won the gold award in the Travel Books category in the...
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Rolf Potts has reported from more than sixty countries for the likes of National Geographic Traveler, The New Yorker, Slate.com, Outside, the New York Times Mag. An archive of Rolf’s on-line feature stories and travel memoirs, arranged by country. For Rolf’s general-interest essays and media criticism, try the Essays. A collection of Rolf’s essays, criticism, cultural commentary, investigative...
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The official site of freelance travel / comedy writer and editor Joseph Reaney. Travel articles, city guides, itineraries, web copy, comedy sketches, film scripts etc. At a young age, I developed a (slightly unhealthy) obsession with British sitcom, from enduring classics like Hancock's Half Hour, Steptoe and Son and Blackadder to modern masterpieces like The Office, Nathan Barley and Him &...
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An award-winning travel writer, editor, influencer and travel expert. Pól works with National Geographic Traveller & INM, and is a speaker and consultant. Pól is a regular speaker at travel conferences and events in Europe, with topics ranging from Travel in the Digital Age to Food Tourism. He has also consulted with and advised destinations and companies on the best way to tell their stories....
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Elizabeth Hansen is a San Diego-based award-winning Travel Writer and Editor, and speaker. She is an expert in authentic travel experiences. While others ascended to the crater rim in a chairlift, I remained at the base – sidelined by my fear of heights. This is when it happened. As I filled the time talking and laughing with the locals (actually talking and gesticulating would be a better...
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Erin Raub works with hotels, vacation rentals, travel agencies, and other hospitality. Drive more bookings with inspiring, results-driven travel copywriting. I’m a copywriter by trade and an explorer at heart. I’ve been your loyal guest for decades, so I am your target audience. But I’ve also worked for years as both a copywriter and professional travel writer, so I understand the business side...
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Chris Christensen is the creator of AmateurTraveler.com; an online travel website and podcast that focuses primarily on travel destinations. Chris has won a Lowell Thomas Award, four NATJA awards, including the gold [...]. Today's episode focuses on four travel blogger questions. I’ll be answering questions about monetization, balancing a blog and a full-time job, organic traffic for newer...
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Sarah Lee is a UK travel writer, journalist and editor working on consumer titles, online media and B2B publications. Digital influencer network, Captivate, working with the travel media to conceptualise and deliver creative influencer campaigns. I am also UK director for global influencer network, iambassador. My early career was spent working across a wide range of national and regional media...
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Honolulu’s award-winning French Chef Mavro reveals the secret to his saffron-tinged clear bouillabaisse, a wonderful dish he adapted from the original Marseilles fishermens’ recipe. He explains to Graeme Kemlo about his favourite bouillabaisse on... The narrative of Tasmania’s Huon Valley is beautifully simple. It spans rivers, orchards, forests, towns sans gentrification, friendly locals and,...
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We're here to help travel writers learn how to grow their income, whether they're just starting out or have been at it for years and just can't get the money side of the freelance business equation to add up. When you first dream of being a travel writer, seeing the beautiful beach trips and culture-packed city escapes enjoyed by freelancers on assignment, the gulf between where you are and the...
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Roderick Eime: It was a big finish to the year with four back-to-back cruises in Cuba, Panama, Costa Rica and Miami. From an intimate few dozen aboard Peregrine's MV Callisto, to the massive 5000+ aboard MSC's brand new Seaside, it certainly was an exercise in contrasts. There was also Lindblad's first newbuild in decades, the National Geographic Quest and the MSC Opera. But if travel truly...
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Ever heard of Wroclaw? You will soon. It's a European Capital of Culture for 2016. My weekend break here was full of surprises. Read more →. Wales has more castles per square mile than any other country! Sir Joseph of Lewes set out to explore some of the best of them. Read more →. 5000 miles, 5 time zones - across vast plains, dusty deserts and the Siberian wilderness, all the way from Moscow...
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International Food, Wine & Travel Writers Association sponsors an annual Hospitality Education Scholarship Award that is given to a deserving student in the hospitality, culinary, tourism or viticulture-oenology fields. The award is funded by a combination of budgeted IFWTWA dollars and voluntary member donations. IFWTWA members can make a difference. This is an opportunity for IFWTWA members...
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The website of Mike Gerrard, award-winning travel and drinks writer who has worked for National Geographic, American Express, The Times and many more. I’m a full-time travel and drinks writer, contributing to newspapers, magazines, and websites in the UK and worldwide. In addition I’ve written over 40 guidebooks, one podcast, three radio plays, a collection of my travel writing (Snakes...
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1930s Club Just 7 Miles from Famed Speedway Sports Business Update host and Golf Travel Writers of America member George McNeilly got an inside look at Riviera Country Club, a family-owned club just minutes from Daytona International Speedway. McNeilly conducted an in-depth television interview with PGA Professional Eric Meyers, CEO of Riviera Country Club, a. Cooler Climes at 6,200 Feet Above...
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The New York Times wants to hire a journalist to travel the world. Here's the scoop, straight from the NYT:Every year, the New York Times recommends 52 Places. It’s that time of year again: Get ready for Book Passage’s annual Travel Writers and Photographers Conference, from August 10-13 in Corte Madera, CA. Legendary travel writer Tim Cahill, acclaimed author Karen Joy Fowler, and guidebook...
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