Hello Jools! I can't believe we weren't already connected on Twitter after all this time. But that's now corrected. As I mentioned over there in DM, an occasional post to which you retain the rights can be linked to your site and used as a calling card on here (editors see it, believe me).
Also, we're looking for interesting stuff for the new English-language blog for Iberia airlines http://love2fly.iberia.com, whether it's destinations, travel consumer, or other travel/food/related lifestyle topics. UK is one of the destinations on the menu, but open to other ideas as well.
Thanks for your question on Ask a Travel Expert. The answer depends on exactly what you wish to do. If you simply want to display your blog feed on Tripatini, you may do so on your profile page (click "My Profile" in the green navigation bar on top). There is a box where you may put an RSS feed. If what you wish to do is to pull your existing blog posts directly into your Tripatini member blog area, that I'm afraid you must do manually.
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