From Eastern Canada to Northern India: Articles for Travelsphere World – Pt. 2

This is part two or a two part blog article. Missed the first part? You can read it here.

At World Words, we love everything we do – from blog posts to web copy, tour itineraries to destination guides. But if we had to pick our favourite thing to write, it would probably be travel feature articles for newspapers and magazines. Why? Because you really get to express yourself creatively, while sharing your destination expertise and taking your readers on a journey. So when an existing client, Travelsphere, who we had previously helped with catalogue copy, asked us to write up some travel feature articles for their magazine, we leapt at the chance.

As people who read the first part of this blog will already know, we wrote our first three articles for Travelsphere World Magazine on South America, Europe and California. The next three? You can scroll down to read them…

CANADA: GO EAST

EXPLORE THE COUNTRY’S PAST IN HISTORIC CITIES, SAMPLE TASTY SEASONAL FOOD AND TAKE IN EPIC SWEEPING LANDSCAPES. EASTERN CANADA IS THE PLACE TO BE.

As vast as it is beautiful, Canada offers spectacular landscapes of forests, lakes and mountains. You could spend a lifetime here, looking for grizzly bears and whales. But it’s the cities of Eastern Canada that tell the history of the nation, from the cobblestone streets of Old Quebec, to grand buildings such as the Fairmont Chateau Laurier hotel in Ottawa. The culture and cuisine of Canada are revealed in these cities, with that cinematic Countryside always on your doorstep…

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INDIA AND NEPAL

INDIA, A NATION SO GARGANTUAN THAT IT RESISTS PITHY DESCRIPTORS, AND ITS NORTHERLY NEIGHBOUR NEPAL, MAKE FOR A TRULY INTOXICATING TRAVEL PAIRING

The intensity of urban life in both Nepalese and North Indian cities can come as a surprise to even the most experienced travellers. Parts of Kathmandu and Delhi make rush-hour London look positively peaceful by comparison. From the nostril-tingling air of Delhi’s Khari Baoli spice market to the relentless reverberating ring of singing bowls on Kathmandu’s Thamel Marg, you’ll experience endless jolts to the senses…

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OFF THE BEATEN TRACK SICILY

Sicily’s historic heavy-hitters are well documented. Sure, the Valley of the Temples and Neapolis Archaeological Park are fascinating. But in our humble opinion, it’s worth weaving in visits to some of the island’s more modern constructions too. Take the open-air Andromeda Theatre, for example, which is set high in the hills of Santo Stefano Quisquina. A mystical air hangs around the venue, where the arrangement of 108 seats mimics the stars of the Andromeda constellation. Dating from the 1980s, the theatre was built by a local shepherd-cum-artist by the name of Lorenzo Reina. On a clear day, the views go on forever…

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Travelsphere World is just one of the many travel magazines we write for – see more examples of our feature article writing here. Fancy more travel content titbits? Then follow us on Twitter. Missed part one? Read it now!

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