March’s must see websites
1. The 100 best places to live in America
We all know traveling’s great, but let’s be honest, we’re going to be spend the vast majority of our time at home. So it stands to reason, why not make sure you’re living in the best place you can be.
To help you decide, CNN have released a list of the 100 best places to live in America.
Check out the 100 best places to live in America here >>
2. The 9 best train journey’s in the world
Are you sick of the fast and sanitized version of modern travel?
Well next time, why not slow down and take step back in time by embarking on a great train journey, just like the travelers of yesteryear.
Check out the 9 best train journey’s here >>
3. 10 tips for resolving a travel complaint
Nothing can take the rose-tinted glow off your vacation memories better than a long drawn-out complaint negotiation with some travel company.
If you do need to make a complaint then you should follow these tips to do it as efficiently as possible…
Check out 10 tips for resolving a travel complaint here >>
4. 50 travel magazines that want to publish your travel writing
So, you hated your English teacher at school, and the idea of having to write an essay now brings you out in cold sweats, but the truth is, if you say to people at parties you’re a travel writer, you will appear to be glamorous, attractive and perhaps a little bit dangerous.
So, stick two fingers up to your old English teacher and prepare for a Hemmingwayesque-style future as a travel writer (hopefully without the same unfortunate ending)…
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