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Ask the Experts: Best Advice for Aspiring Travel Writers

Tweet As I reach five years of working part to almost full time as a freelance writer, I’m constantly asked how to get started in the industry. In all honesty, I’m never really sure what to answer, as it’s equal parts hard work and knowing the right people. So I’ve asked a few of my […]

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My Favorite Southeast Asian Meals

TweetYou can eat Thai food almost anywhere in the world, but it’s nothing like having the real deal. My experiences in Southeast Asia really blew me away in terms of what kind of cuisine I fell in love with. Some of my favorite eats of the year were dishes I wouldn’t have tried back home. […]

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My Favorite Australian Festivals and Holidays

Tweet I was lucky to have spent enough time in Australia that fell in line with the country’s best events. There was always something going on in Sydney, whether it was Sculptures by the Sea at Bondi Beach or the Rocks Aroamas Festival. Here are a few of my favorites that you should make a […]

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Travel Writing Round Up [March 2015]

TweetOver the last nearly four years that I’ve been offering the Travel Writing Round Ups, I’ve been asked about why I started them. It began as a way to show that there are travel writing opportunities that pay, not just the Huffington Post “pay for exposure” model. I’ve received a lot of great feedback (and […]

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Puerto Rico’s Most Unforgettable Experiences

TweetThis post brought to you by Puerto Rico, The All-Star Island. The content, photos and opinions expressed below are that of Caroline in the City. Puerto Rico wasn’t really on my radar in terms of places to travel, but last year my family wanted to fit in one last family vacation before we all got […]

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#JustOneRhino: Why It Matters

TweetA lot has changed for me in the last few years in terms of what I’m passionate about. I’ve never been a huge animal lover, but I have a profound respect for the world’s creatures. This year brought me to northern Thailand to volunteer with the Asian elephants and to Malaysian Borneo to help the […]

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Traveling with Food Sensitivities

Tweet For the past year, I’ve been nearly completely dairy free. I’d heard that eliminating it from my diet could help with my eczema, which has grown worse over the last two years, especially made worse by weather, stress and other factors. I first noticed the flare ups in Australia and they came up again […]

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My Go To NYC Restaurants

Tweet If there’s one American city I’ve been to more than any other (that I haven’t lived in), it’s probably New York City. In the last few years, I’ve gone every six months and have my own little home in Hell’s Kitchen, particularly the few blocks between my hotel and the Javits Center. One of […]

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Travel Writing Round Up [February 2015]

Tweet If you saw the last few editions of¬†Travel Writing Round Up, welcome back! A lot are repeats from last month, but new posts are denoted with stars. I have checked all the links to ensure that they are still valid, but please let me know if I have missed one.¬†Feel free to shoot me […]

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A City Girl’s Favorite Rural Experiences

TweetI may have grown up in the suburbs, but I’ve always been more comfortable with the anonymity of cities over the wide open spaces. But my grandparents moved to the country when I was young and regular visits to see them started to make me comfortable with that environment. In my travels, I try to […]

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