Tag: travel writing
NC Living: Legends and History of Whiteside Mountain
My first feature for NC Living explored the rich Cherokee legends and history of Whiteside Mountain nestled between Highlands and Cashiers, North Carolina. Please visit the archived digital magazine on their website to give it a read. And don’t forget to subscribe to the magazine!
Mashed: Travel x Food
Though it’s been a long year without travel, I’ve taken every opportunity I could to write about travel through food that I could. These are a few of my favorites for Mashed. You’ve Been Drinking Ouzo Wrong This Whole Time The Difference Between Zeppole and Beignets Why Halva Might Be The Most Culturally Diverse Candy…
Paste: Unique Valentine’s Day Travel Inspiration
If burning the name and images of the lover who scorned you in the streets sounds perfectly cathartic, then Paris is the Valentine’s Day destination for you. My latest for Paste.
Paste: 4 Weekend Escapes from Prague
I recently visited Prague and set out for Moravia to the east. While Prague is stunning, these cities breaks are well worth the side trip. Read my full story in Paste.
Paste: Four Reasons to Visit Albania
I loved the time I spent in Albania in May, so I geeked out about why you should visit for Paste Magazine. Read the full story here.
Travel + Leisure: Switzerland on Two Wheels
Last summer, my guide, Ruedi, often reassured me, “You can never get lost,” as we set off to ride from Lake Geneva to Lake Constance in Switzerland. Even after my ride with Ruedi ended and I continued on through the Emmental Valley. I often recalled his words, remembering that detours are easily welcomed while cycling…
BBC Travel: Bolze, a ‘secret’ language of Switzerland
“The Sarine River skirts the edge of Basse-Ville (lower town), dividing both the canton of Fribourg and the city of Fribourg into two sectors: German-speaking and French-speaking. The city of around 40,000 people is clearly one of duality: street signs are all in two languages; residents can choose whether their children will use French or…
Munchies by Vice: The Moldovan Winery Saving Gagauzian Cuisine
“As you step into the dining room of Kara Gani winery in the Valul lui Traian wine region at the southern end of Moldova, the smell of hot chilis slices through the air as lunch simmers and stews on the stove. While the fare sourced from the winery’s garden comes together and the table is set, guests…
USA Today’s 10Best: Cafés in Zagreb, Croatia
Perched inside an open bay window of Cogito Coffee on Dezelica, a residential corner near the Croatian National Theatre, you’ll see families walking their dogs pass by as the sun begins to set. Locals who took their seats earlier in the afternoon have staked out the terrace and linger over their cigarettes, entrenched in conversations…
Shorthand Travel News: Reduced Workshop Price
“The program’s cost is now $1,950. This new, lower price no longer includes accommodation. However, the workshop and the Vrnik Arts Club will work closely with all of the program’s travel writers to connect them to some of the coolest homes, apartments, and Airbnb locales on the island of Korčula, the center of this southern…
Shorthand Travel News: Updated Itinerary and “The Art of the Pitch” Post
We recently announced that we would hold our summer workshop, to take place 23-30 June 2019, on the island of Korcula. Apart from looking forward to spending our days on the coast of Croatia talking shop with regard to travel writing, we are excited to share the tentative itinerary. The classes will give our…
Shorthand Travel News: Travel Writing Workshop on Croatia’s Coast
Big news! Shorthand Travel is holding this summer’s travel writing workshop on the coast of Croatia. On an island just north of Dubrovnik, we will study and report between the islands of Korcula and Vrnik. Take a vacation and come learn how to write while you travel the world. Register to save your place today: https://www.shorthandtravel.com/book-online