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Travel blogging seminar

Travel blogging seminar

Advice on Travel Blogging from Caz and Craig Makepeace Some excellent advice on travel blogging was delivered by Caz and Craig Makepeace yesterday, at the Annual General Meeting of the Australian Society of Travel Writers, held in Rotorua (New Zealand). Catch their web/blogsite at http://www.ytravelblog.com/, and also check out their Twitter posts  

The Siksika Nation of Alberta: Self-d...

The Siksika Nation of Alberta: Self-determination, Cultural Affirmation, Land, and Time

A First Nations sense of place It has often been said that Canadian literature, especially the novel, is distinguished by “a sense of place” which reflects in a very distinct way the historical and geographical realities of this nation. In part, this is the result of Canada being a vast land of “regions” that are […]

Home exchanging allows you to live li...

Home exchanging allows you to live like the locals, rent-free.

Living rent-free in London… too good to be true? “Yes, I would be interested in an exchange… our two-bedroom apartment is less than a mile east of Tower Bridge. The Tube station is opposite – one change gets you into central London within half an hour…” Jack, a retired motor company executive, meant business. A […]

Citizen Cow: a Very Special Breed of ...

Citizen Cow: a Very Special Breed of French Cattle

Far from the madding crowd The Auvergne in central France is a destination-within-a-destination where you experience peace of mind, gastronomic pleasures, and a common sense way of life. This article of mine was recently published in FranceGuide Prestige, the magazine of the Tourism Department of France. Here is an excerpt: “Dramatic and benevolent landscapes shape […]

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