Photo essay premier Our 2021 call for submissions for Travel Post Monthly adds photo essays to every issue. Each month, the work of two travel photographers will be presented in photo essay form where images tell a story rather than words. TPM will show the work of new and seasoned travel photographers. The photo essays […]
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Erica Mills is a writer and editor with over a decade’s experience. Previously the editor of International Living’s Daily Postcards e-letter and Great Escape Publishing’s The Right Way to Travel e-letter, she now works as an editor for Great Escape Publishing’s Travel Writer’s Café. She lives in and hails from Ireland.
The following words are by Soni Kennedy andthe following photos are by Jeff Kennedy, ITWPA Members. Bend Oregon is considered heaven to many. Exploring Bend Oregon Bend Oregon, nestled in the midst of the Cascade Mountains, has mild summers, blue skies most days of the year, a plethora of recreational activities to explore, and more […]
Eat Rome in the Trastevere neighborhood. Take a BitMojo Food Tour, and eat Rome when you’re hungry. This unique food experience is as flexible as it is fun.
Going on a cruise with grandkids is a completely different animal than going by yourself—Here’s a Cruising Guide for Grandparents.
Track Rhinos in Zimbabwe, bike and barge the Danube, a self-guided road trip in Iceland. Three tours to challenge your mind, body, and spirit.
…Lake City South Carolina, it’s only an hour away Words and photos by Jo Clark, ITWPA MemberAdmittedly, fun in Myrtle Beach’s summer sun is the perfect vacation, but sometimes you need a break from the sun, sand, and surf. A little more than an hour away you can tour the artsy town of Lake City […]
…weaving history with a Southern Mexico tour As we entered the Tzotzil Maya village of San Andrés Larráinzar, low clouds and misty fog hung over the hillside. We were entering a highland town outside of San Cristóbal de las Casas, in Southern Mexico. An arch of broad green leaves decorated with white balloons stretched across […]
You are a traveling companion to a visually impaired person you are paired with for the day. Your role is to describe what you are seeing.
Grab a cup of coffee and dig into our interview with Florida-based travel writer, Fred Mayes.