Posts Tagged Travel Writers

10 Signs You’re Meant To Be A Travel Writer

10 Signs You’re Meant To Be A Travel Writer

Does the idea of traveling the world to collect stories appeal to you? Have you ever browsed Travel + Leisure for hours on end? Maybe you’ve planned out hundreds of trips just for fun?

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Traveling Beyond Tourism

Traveling Beyond Tourism

You are walking down the bustling town center with your overflowing Osprey 75 Liter strapped to your back like a turtle shell, last night’s laundry drying from every available strap.  Tourist tassels at their finest.  But hey, who can fault you for being efficient?  No matter; right now, fashion is the obvious concern.  Your day pack does the trick, goofy-footed to your chest so that your head floats in a mass of ErgoFIt, AirVenting, GoreTex-y goodness. Congratulations, you’re now a pregnant turtle.  With flair. We’ve all been there.  It’s part of the travel game.  The awkward styles come with being a tourist, which contrary to popular belief, is not always a dirty word.  Sometimes it’s best to take the tours, go on the cruises, pay the entrance fees, and check off numbers 1-6 on your adrenaline flavored bucket list.  If you only have a short time in a place, it’s important to live it up as a blatant foreigner and get your money’s worth. However there are times when we want to set the pregnant turtle down for a while.  When fitting in, or rather joining in, is more conducive to our travel goals.  As we do join in, we […]

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More Than Stamps: Community as the Essence of Travel

More Than Stamps: Community as the Essence of Travel

We travel the world for many reasons. Some seek adventure. Some hope to drink a deeper experience of life. Some want to behold the wonders our planet has to offer, taste exotic new food, go where the pages of history were written, or have their breath stolen by sheer, unadulterated beauty.

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Join the RTT Teach Abroad Blog Carnival

Join the RTT Teach Abroad Blog Carnival

Reach To Teach has organized its very first blog carnival, which will feature our favorite travel and ESL bloggers from around the world. We’re still looking for participants, and anyone can join in the fun!

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Writer Jamie Philips Talks About Roots and Wings During Her Two-Year Adventure Around the World

Writer Jamie Philips Talks About Roots and Wings During Her Two-Year Adventure Around the World

Jamie Phillips is a perpetual Canadian nomad who has been living abroad and traveling for nearly two years. Jamie writes about her recent adventure to visit Singapore, her birth country, with her mother.

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