Twitter
Facebook
ClickBank1
ClickBank1
Freelance Jobs

Archive for the Writing Travel Category


When Inspiration Fades

I started and I didn’t want to admit it. I would lie in bed instead of getting up to write, my usual routine. I would distract myself with books or television, hoping to jump start something that would make me want to write, but it wasn’t working. Eventually, I had to admit it to myself, […]

Read More...

Indian Winter Part 2: Jaipur

RUSS JONES RETURNS WITH A SECOND ACCOUNT OF INDIAN TRAVELS. Our driver, Om (yes we all made the ‘meditation’ joke), recommended a flash visit to Jaipur, Rajasthan’s largest city. Jaipur was famed for its nearby tourist attraction, the Amber Fort: a 16th century palace-cum-battle arena that consisted primarily of pretty wall patterns and a mass of […]

Read More...

Poland in Reality

CHARLIE BRITTEN OFFERS A BRIEF INFORMATION GUIDE TO POLAND If the best things in life are free, the most interesting attractions in Poland cost nothing, or very little. The various Polish governments believe that everyone should be able to see the abomination of the death camps free of charge. Whilst this is not exactly a fun day out, […]

Read More...

In Santiago de Paula

R. L. TILLEY WALKS IN HEMINGWAY’S SHOES, IN CUBA.    In Santiago de Paula we walk up to Finca Vigia, Hemingway’s old home, now a museum. A leafy driveway leads to the place, which is surrounded by gardens. It is pretty much as he left it in 1960, when he left for Spain and then […]

Read More...

City of Contrasts

IDA JONES RECOUNTS AN EXCURSION INTO RUSSIA.   A Baltic sea cruise, 2001 – seven countries in fourteen days. Next stop St. Petersburg. We had attended the talk the previous evening and were advised we should stay with our tour guide and not go off on our own. It was the only city that welcomed us […]

Read More...

Skip to toolbar