Writing Tips for Your Travelling

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Writing Tips for Your Travelling. Writing a trip is considered one of the more glamorous shows of writing. After all, what can be better than getting paid for traveling? Even though the reality is a bit more ordinary (generally low pay, tight deadlines, highly competitive markets) it is still a pleasant burden. With the advent of travel blogs, more and more writers are expanding their experience from single features to longer series. This allows you to focus on various aspects of the goal at different posts and tell a longer story arc. Here are five tips for writing an online travel series. It also works well for print features.

1. You don't have to start over.

Even though your trip has a beginning, a middle, and an end, you don't write a novel. You don't need to open your writing series with your arrival at a tourist location. Usually this is the worst part of your trip, so why give it to your readers? Instead, describe them with scenes that bring purpose to life, such as when starting a series on Star Trek cruises by Rolf Potts when everyone knew he wasn't a fan of the show. Very rarely the start of an exciting trip, even though a ten-hour trip across the desert to Somaliland is a good opening. At that time, and at that time, it began to experience excitement, color, life experiences, and a little danger. The rest of my trip has been open with me, jetlagged and angry at several foreign airports.
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2. Remember! What is normal for you is new to your readers.

When we get used to new places, we begin to forget the little details that make a great story. The best photo I ever took in Bali was the action of my daughter playing sand on Kuta beach during a beautiful afternoon and an orange full of cool winds hit the face of my only daughter. When I saw this I smiled and thought, "Beautiful! As beautiful as Bali!" What I do is take pictures. Alignment is common to me, but I'm sure my readers will surely admire the atmosphere before the beautiful sunset in Kuta, Bali.
beautyful sunset in kuta Bali

Beautyful sunset in Kuta, Bali.

3. You don't have to be a good photographer.

I am a mediocre photographer, but I have sold hundreds of photos for printing and online publications. How? I went to interesting places and took many photos. As simple as that.

4. Mix short and long pieces of writing.

Short and loud pieces of writing accompanied by photos often make more influence than long and detailed features. For example, my favorite post from Jonathan Goldstein's series in Bali, about getting a massage from a beloved young woman, is also one of the shortest. Travel writers often feel the pressure to explain everything in long detail, but small unique aspects of other cultures can make articles more popular.

5. The story is rare about you.

There are two types of travelers - those who describe the places they have visited, and those who talk about how they went to various places. The first person is informative and interesting; others are boring bullies. Even though it is your trip, you are not the most interesting thing. But, the local and surrounding people you meet and the things you see. Don't stand out unless it's really part of the story. There are just a few stories about me in my series.
beauty of Balinese

Beauty of Balinese.

Imagine, if you have a photo of a beautiful and exotic Balinese dancer, with a beautiful curve in her dance movements, releasing a beautiful smile from her beautiful lips to you. Lucky! You had time to capture the moment and make it a short article about tourism in Bali. And your writing also contains short notes like this, right below the beautiful photo.

"Beautiful. Smiling to me. The beauty of Bali seems to enter and become part of my life. Everything feels perfect. Thank you, Lord, for bringing me here to Bali."

Simple. Short. Informative. Bringing magnificence to your readers. Such is the example of travel writing that you can make. Start now. Write your trip. And share with others. Share the happiness and fineness that you get so that other people can also feel happiness and raciness.
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