Freelance Travel Writer / Copywriter
JOURNALISM: Regular clients include Metro, The Times, The Guardian, Telegraph Online and The Week. I mostly write about travel and/or food.
COPYWRITING: I frequently fulfil copywriting and editing projects for travel and other brands. This includes websites, accommodation listings and marketing literature.
WRITING: My first book, Foodie City Guide: Europe, is now out (http://amzn.eu/atgPmUe)
WORKSHOPS: I plan and run workshops for PR firms about how best to pitch ideas to the media.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Atop Australia's sparsely populated Northern Territory sits East Arnhem Land, a wild region where Aboriginal communities lie scattered among virgin islands, sandbars and...
A range of ski-season trip ideas on my monthly travel page (image: flickr.com/denismessie)
Tea-tasting at Satemwa in Malawi (image: flickr.com/dadakim)
This pub-with-rooms is dreamily located right on Port Isaac’s harbourfront, steps from both the sea and the fictional cottage home of television character Doc Martin.
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Bridge-controllers’ houses on the city’s canals are being turned into quirky hotel suites
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Under the tourist radar and just the right size to explore, Poznań is full of surprises, from cafes in hidden courtyards to riverbank summer pop-ups.
Whether it's a cave in Italy, a spy house in Athens or a love hotel in Ukraine, Europe offers some offbeat options
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From cargo-hold sleeps to sulky airport robots, we reveal the latest innovations en route to planes and airports
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Despite its singular name, the Silk Road actually refers to a network of trade routes connecting Asia and Europe along which silk, and many other goods, were sold.
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