2019

Jetsetting Website Content

Website copy for Jetsetting, March 2019
"We don't deal in carbon-copy itineraries or one-size-fits-all solutions, but instead produce carefully thought-out travel programs that are created for you and yours, not the masses..."

The Magic in Mushrooms: A New Food Trend

A blog post for Life Butler International, March 2019
"The humble mushroom is not only one of the world's biggest new food and wellness trends; new studies suggest that it may also have a significant role to play in the future of medicine..."

Whale Spotting in Baja, Mexico

Website copy for Pantiel, February 2019
"Baja, a long finger-like Mexican peninsula pointing out into the Pacific, is a playground for marine mammals. Blue whales, sperm whales and humpbacks all frequent its warm waters..."

Find Your Inner Sea Gypsy Diving in Myanmar

A blog post for Dive Butler International, February 2019
"Myanmar is a land of possibility. Cruise the uninhabited Mergui Archipelago islands, explore virgin coral reefs, spot birds in the rainforests and meet the indigenous Moken Sea Gypsies..."

Victours Overview to Scotland

A destination guide for Victours, February 2019
"Rivers filled with leaping salmon, distilleries filled with smoky malt whiskies, heather-covered Highland hillsides – Scotland is certainly a country that offers up rich bounty to the visitor..."

Why Is River Cruising So Popular Now?

A blog post for Kingsbridge Travel, January 2019
"From Russia to Zimbabwe, river cruises are the fastest and most cost-effective way of visiting several destinations in one journey – with the travel itself becoming part of the adventure..."

The Ultimate Dubai Shopping Trip

Website copy for Pantiel, January 2019
"If you'd prefer to eschew international brands in favor of local character, make your way to the atmospheric souks that are packed into the winding streets of Dubai’s historic district..."

Diving in Raja Ampat, Indonesia

A blog post for Dive Butler International, January 2019
"Tucked away off the north-western tip of New Guinea, Raja Ampat comprises 1,500 sparsely populated, jungle-clad islands and cays fringed by white-sand beaches and gin-clear water..."