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Comment by Kristan Schiller on July 16, 2015 at 1:54pm

Fodor's Travel is looking for writers based in Umbria, Italy with deep local knowledge.

Fodor's is a leading guidebook brand for American travelers with more than 300 titles covering most corners of the globe (

If you are working in Umbria, or know any reporters/factcheckers who are currently stationed there, please be in touch. Feel free to pass this request on to friends, colleagues, and other journalism listservs. Please note that we hire journalists who have local expertise, i.e. most writers work in the specific country/region or live there at least part of the year. We're looking commission immediately, and assignments will be due back in mid-September. Topics include sights, restaurants, hotels, nightlife, the arts, sports and shopping.

If interested, please forward your resume and clips to Kristan Schiller at Clips demonstrating experience writing restaurant, hotel, or site reviews are especially valuable. Please include a few lines about your topical expertise. Also note how long you have been in the region, and your willingness to travel. 

Many thanks!


Comment by Amber Dunlap on May 15, 2015 at 2:13pm

GLP Films launches partnership with National Geographic, producing 5 new short films showcasing unique travel and human-interest stories. Locations include Bolivia, Senegal, and India. Trailer and all 5 films available now at

Teaser Trailer - GLP Films and National Geographic Partnership from GLP Films on Vimeo.

Comment by Shalu Sharma on December 6, 2014 at 5:54am

Here's my new book. It's called "India Travel Health Guide: Health Advice and Tips for Travelers to ..." and is available on Amazon. 

Comment by Maureen Blevins on November 27, 2014 at 11:44am

 Spending time in the French Quarter in New Orleans! 

Comment by Amitabh Sarma on November 27, 2014 at 7:53am

The Aoling Festival Tours - Mon, Nagaland I India - April 2015

The Aoling festival is celebrated by the Konyak tribe in Mon district, a remote corner of northern part of Nagaland. This festival signifies the beginning of the New Year. It is celebrated after the completion of sowing. During the festival people dress up in colourful and traditional attire to participate in the festivities. Their headgear is made up of skulls, skin and feathers of animals and birds. The villagers play log-drums in front of the ‘Morung’, women perform dances with folk songs, and the men dance the warrior dance with their guns and spears which depicts the stories of valour in the battle during the heydays of head-hunting. The guns are fired at random throughout the village at the end.

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Comment by Shalu Sharma on May 24, 2014 at 11:41am

If you are considering going to Jaipur India then why not take this opportunity and visit Bhangarh Fort. It is supposed to be one of the most haunted places in India. Rumours has it that if you stay the night, you might not return.

Comment by Shalu Sharma on March 19, 2014 at 7:58am

Those thinking of travelling to India might consider buying my next India travel book which is now available on Amazon. The book is called, "Essential India Travel Guide: Travel Tips And Practical Information" and solves the problems faced by foreign travellers to India.

Comment by Ed Wetschler on March 4, 2014 at 9:15am

An apology: I misstated the date of the tweetchat about Guadeloupe on some of the invitations sent out yesterday. The tweetchat, #RecGuad, concerns the hottest destination in the Caribbean (up 23% in 2013), and it will be today, Tuesday, at 2 pm.. I hope you can make it. For corrected invitation see

Comment by Shalu Sharma on January 28, 2014 at 8:27am

Those travelling to India to seek spirituality would be happy to know that I have published a new book on Hinduism. Its designed for children but it can even be used by those who wants to learn Hinduism including those who are travelling to India. Its available on all Amazon stores.

Comment by Girls That Roam on January 13, 2014 at 3:19pm

Do you know what women travelers want? If you are a girl you might have your suspicions, but do you really know? To find out read Girls That Roam’s Women’s Travel Survey:






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