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A Week in the Life of a Travel Writer

Branson, Missouri
We Rove. We Assess. We Write. And our schedule is anything but routine. Sometimes we’re in far off out of the way places snapping photos, shooting videos, and chatting with sources to develop stories. Other times, we’re on whirlwind weeklong press trips shuffling from events to excursions to custom wine and food pairings at 5-star restaurants with barely a minute...

How To Protect Your Property Online: Part III

UAE: Camels
How To Detect A Loss In Part I of this series on How To Protect Your Property Online, we talked about the value of signing your files with digital signatures before posting them on the Internet. In Part II, we talked about two different digital signature solutions you might find useful. In this post, Part III, we’ll talk about how...

The 5 Best Destinations to Work Abroad as a Travel Blogger

From the Terra Cotta Arts Garden, Clay Studio, Chiang Mai, Thailand
The best thing about living in the digital age is the potential freedom on offer. No longer are we confined to the office—working abroad is more popular than ever before. The world is our playground, and all we have to do is make it happen. Digital nomadism is hot right now. So hot, in fact, there will be 1 billion...

Hotel Review: The Kimpton Brice Hotel, Savannah, Georgia

The Brice
If you haven’t visited Savannah, Georgia at all or for a long time, you’re in for a surprise. A visit to the downtown historic district is a quick way to whisk your mind and body on a tour of several hundred years of Colonial southern architectural history. Buildings along Bay Street include the majestic old Customs House (1848), the East...

The Fascinating Street Art of the World

Street Art-Halifax Nova Scotia
You'll know from following our social media postings over the last four or five years, we post pictures of street or public art from all over the world. You’ll see our photos from Argentina, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Holland, Iceland, Italy, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, Peru, Shetland, South Africa, Spain,...

Savannah’s Prohibition Museum: History And Our Love-Hate Relationship with Alcohol

Savannah, a historic party town of the U.S. South and one of five cities where you can still get a carry-out cup of booze, is home to two new 2017 thematically related attractions: the American Prohibition Museum and the Ghost Coast Distillery. If your immediate thought is I'll have a drink to that, you should consider putting these sites...

How to Protect Your Property Online: Part II

In part I of this series on How To Protect Your Property Online, we talked about the value of using digital signatures and setting your files to a read-only status before posting them on the Internet. In this post, we’ll talk about two different cryptographic solutions you might find useful. Pick A Solution: A Free or Paid Service? Here are two...

How to Protect Your Property Online: Part I

Painter, Terra Cotta Arts Garden, Chiang Mai, Thailand. Digitally signed by RoverTreks.
Take a look at the image of the Thai painter above. Unique, isn't it? Have you seen an image like it before this posting? There are many people online who would love to get their hands on this picture so they could post it to a stock photo site for sale. Or they might use it in connection with a...

How NOT To Buy Miles For Flights

How NOT To Buy Miles For Flights A RoverTreks Micro-Blog Post Have you noticed this money making trick by the airlines? When you buy tickets for a flight, you'll see a prompt to buy more miles using their mileage multiplier offer. Here's how it works. If you're flying 1,000 miles, the airline will present you with an offer to buy double or...

Announcing RoverTreks Micro-Blog Posts

Colleague: Thanks for following our blog and social media posts. We like hearing about what you like, don't like, and if what we post helps you. Editors, publishers, and destination management organizations like our full-length stories. But what about you? Do you have the time to read long posts? Our experience is many of you don't. That's why you'll see more posts of...

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