In addition to spending a lot of time networking in New York City, I also looked for opportunities to meet people closer to home. Aside from attending events at National Geographic headquarters, and happy hours hosted by other bloggers, I began to co-host my own series of happy hours. It was a fun, relaxed way […]
For me, TBEX 2010 was all about meeting new travel bloggers.
In Carolyn’s infinite wisdom, she made a chocolate cake for my departure.
Conversation revolved around travel, blogging, and social media.
March’s venue, as chosen by Stephanie of Twenty-Something Travel, was The Big Hunt.
I descended to the first floor again for Julia Dimon’s talk, “Beyond the Tourist Zone.”
January 28, 2010 – Washington, DC On another crisp Winter eve, the DC travel blogging / writing community came together for drinks at Cafe Asia. This time, I was armed with more than just my Blackberry’s camera, though I learned few people want a bright flash in their eyes at a trendy sushi bar. Next […]
What happens when you confine 20 travel bloggers to a private karaoke room in New York City?
Last Thursday night, I descended upon 92YTribeca in NYC for a panel discussion called Travel Gets Social: The New World of Travel Media. Also in attendance: Maggie Soladay whose tweet about it first caught my eye, Michaela from Briefcase to Backpack, Sherry from Ottsworld, and Brian from No Debt World Travel. Later, I gathered that […]
Clarendon, VA was ground-zero for a DC travel tweetup of epic proportions.