If I ran a restaurant and someone asked for salt, I’d come at them with a cleaver, cursing and shouting directions to the nearest McDonalds. […]
Travel Writers Create Original Material Whilst Travel Bloggers Write About What They Did on Their Holidays
There are more myths in travel writing and travel blogging than in The Odyssey and the one about traditional travel writers seeking out fresh original copy when they visit a destination whereas bloggers… […]
When Inntravel sent us the itinerary for their walking in La Gomera holiday that they wanted us to update and amend, we knew we were in for a challenge. What we didn’t know, was that it would be such an incredible week. […]
Tourist Boards don’t need massive resources to plan and implement innovative blog/press trips. In fact it’s possible to host regular blog trips that won’t be a drain on either financial or staff resources. […]
I had to read the line twice. ”I didn’t want to be dancing alongside a bunch of tourists…’ Eleven words that highlight the quite bizarre snobbery occasionally found in travel writing and blogging. […]
Many, many restaurant reviews are written purely from an extremely subjective viewpoint and that negates their value. But how do you identify the ones you can trust? In some ways it’s easier to be able to identify those you can’t.
World Routes is on a mission to travel to the far-flung corners of the planet to document and, in its own small way, preserve endangered musical traditions. We interview BBC Radio 3 Senior Producer James Parkin to find out about life on the World Routes road… […]