Travel Articles that were most recently published. Predominately in Europe, upcoming travel articles will feature North and South America as well as the Asian cities of Shanghai, Beijiing, and Hong Kong. This eclectic collection of travel articles were created mostly for online magazines and blogs but a few were submissions sent to creative writing contests or samples for clients.
Most recently published travel articles include city guides to Lisbon, Stockholm, and Barcelona as well as art and niche articles for Paris. Popular articles include I Heart My City: Barcelona and Experience Seville Like a Local.
Top online publications include CNN Travel, Société Perrier , Nat Geo Traveler and Travelers Digest. All of which feature over 500,000 viewers per month.
Please note that this portfolio list updates as new articles are published. Due to time constrictions, this may take up to 2 weeks to become visible on the site.
If any article or publication is of particular interest and/or there is no existing link, please send me an email for further details or view my hire me page for specific information on rates, skills and availability.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes. – Marcel Proust
Travellers can enjoy a myriad of wonderful experiences when visiting Europe’s most popular cities – a veritable cornucopia of historic, cultural and gastronomic delights. But for those with the time and inclination to take the road less travelled, here are three lesser-known gems just a short distance away…(more) Published in BBC Travel on May 22nd [...]
Portugal offers a unique old world charm – diverse landscapes, enchanting medieval castles, and cosmopolitan city living “a la Portuguese” – an eclectic combination of modern conveniences surrounded by ancient landmarks and traditions. Despite being diminutive in size, the country boasts a rich cultural aesthetic more often found in much larger destinations. While day travel [...]
Paris is legendary for its landmarks, culture, fashion and gourmet delights. It has been immortalized in literature, music and film — and with good reason since this vibrant city has a multitude of enchantments to offer its visitors. So much, in fact, the only challenge seems to be what to do first. Here is a [...]
The first underground railways (metro stations) were built in London in 1863. Like many of those to follow soon after, the forerunner of the modern Tube was uncomfortable, unhealthy (toxic steam often entered the train cars due to poor ventilation) and noisy. Still, this new mode of transportation was an instant sensation. By the mid-1920s, [...]
Lisbon’s historical architecture and old world splendor will charm visitors almost as much as the vibrant nightlife will seduce them. What more can one expect from one of the smallest yet liveliest capitals in Europe? Here is a list of ten must-sees before leaving Portugal’s shining star… (more) Published in Société Perrier on December 3rd [...]
“I saw a great sign outside a Spanish bar,” says Alex Bramwell, a resident of Las Palmas, Spain. “It said, ‘Customers needed. No experience necessary.’” That is, for many, a joke that gets rather too close to the truth for comfort. The tourism industry has not been sheltered from Spain’s economic meltdown over the last [...]