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This month, our content comes from four new travel writers and the editor of one of the most widely read travel magazines on the internet.
Janet Couper takes us on a Rum Runner adventure in Nova Scotia. She invites us to ‘smell the fresh saltiness of a coastal breeze’ and tells us about a four-season trail in the dazzling beauty of Canada.
Janet is a freelance writer, artist, and true Nova Scotian living in Schooner Cove NS.
Get in line for food locals stand around for. Kelly Gegg, a self-proclaimed ‘fledgling writer,’ shares her favorite eatery and hang-out in her St Louis Missouri neighborhood, Benton Park. Kelly suggests you bring a friend and stick around for live music and dancing.
Kyla Daniels shares her top tips for accessible travel in her comprehensive article. Kyla is new to travel writing, but not to travel. She explores the world from a wheeled chair with the goals of comfort and safety for herself, caregivers, and other alter-abled folks.
For those that pack light, Sharon Kurtz, shares her recommendations for souvenir selection. If you can’t resist bringing something home when traveling, read Sharon’s advice on keeping it lite. Sharon is a member of ITWPA, and a new travel writer. She has five stories under her belt. Congratulations, Sharon.
Joe Baur’s Editor’s Choice tip will have you talking to yourself. Joe is an editor for trivago Magazine. He also owns and publishes Without a Path, an internet travel site. It’s a place for all things related to off-the-beaten-path travel and experiences around the globe.
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Till next time,
Editor, Travel Post Monthly