“There are no foreign lands. It is the traveler only who is foreign.” – Robert Louis Stevenson
While our books, newspapers and magazines make up the bulk of what we do, there are several other strings to our collective bow as well.
We provide weekly guest blogs specific to Florida for the U.K.'s biggest ticket broker for the Sunshine State, Attraction Tickets Direct, and for one of Britain's leading specialist luxury cruise agents, The Cruise Line, as well as Florida specialist agency Florida First. We have also covered Florida for niche publications like Sky Travel, GO! Magazine, Overseas Property TV and RCI Magazine.
Additionally, we offer specialized, expert insight for various destination-specific guides, including Visit Florida's U.K. visitor guide and the Telegraph's online Florida Guide, while we created pages of all-new destination content for America First Coast Travel, a travel agent focusing on the distinctive, natural side of Florida.
When it comes to cruising, Simon has been a devotee since he took his very first
voyage in 1969 (when he was nine) and, while Susan is a more recent convert to cruise vacations (circa 2004), she is equally emphatic that the right cruise is the perfect style of holiday-making.
Along with the blog and videos for The Cruise Line, we have shared our ocean- and river-cruising expertise through reports and features for World of Cruising magazine (which Simon edited for 15 years), the Telegraph, Independent, Mail on Sunday, The Sun and BBC Travel.
We have covered cruises as varied as the luxury experience on the 28-passenger Atmosphere of Nomads of the Seas (which we wrote about for the Mail on Sunday - you can read it on this link) and the all-singing, all-dancing style of the gigantic Oasis of the Seas of Royal Caribbean.
This dedication to authentic cultural experiences was amply demonstrated through an adventure-style cruise on
board the SS Legacy of UnCruise Adventures (as featured for the BBC on this link), which produced the astounding photo above.
But, while we love luxury cruising (who wouldn't?), we are equally happy featuring homey log cabin vacations in the mountains of North Carolina; wine tasting in centuries-old Hungarian wine cellars; quirky foodie experiences in Bulgaria; and historical sites in locations as varied as Romania, Colombia and Chile, as well as the good ole United States of America.
We are constantly on the look-out for travel ideas, especially stories from the road less traveled. Which exciting new adventures can we share with your readers? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We wander for distraction but we travel for fulfillment.” – Hilaire Belloc
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