Travel writing is definitely one of those pastimes that blurs the boundary between work and play, making it one of the best ways to make a living. Beyond that. it’s also a wonderful way to store up memories of some wonderful experiences!
If you’d like to hone your ability to write travel blogs and travel articles, keep a travel diary or even just record your travel experiences for yourself or others to read, a travel writing workshop from Silver Travel Advisor could help.
The travel writing workshop takes place on Wednesday 22 April 2015, hosted by cruiseline Noble Caledonia at their offices in Belgravia, Central London. The course fee is £65 per person, including tea, coffee, biscuits and sandwiches
The event will be led by cruise writer Deborah Stone and travel journalist Nick Dalton, who have years of experience of writing for national newspapers, including the Telegraph and The Times, as well as various magazines and travel guides.
The course runs from 10.30am-2.30pm, and will cover motivations and inspirations for travel writing, and a review of sample articles to be discussed for their content and style. There will also be the opportunity to write creatively, as well as tips and advice on setting up your own travel blog and the chance to ask your own questions.
Places on the workshops are limited, so make sure you book soon by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org stating the number of places required. For further information, visit www.silvertraveladvisor.com/workshop.