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Travel Writing

A burst of sunshine beneath monsoon season clouds.

Inside Travel Writing: Lea Lane

Lea Lane is a travel writer based out of Miami, Florida, and the first US-based writer to be interviewed for MannedUp’s Inside Travel Writing series. Lea is regular contributor to Forbes and has also authored books. Find out more below: What kind of travel related niche do you specialise in […]

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Travel

Palace House on the Beaulieu estate in the New Forest.

10 top things to do in the New Forest

The New Forest National Park lies just west of Southampton and offers much for travellers. So here’s a look at 10 top things to do in the New Forest. Far from being completely forested or new, the area is actually a mixture of heath and woodland that England’s King William […]

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Travel Writing

The Taj Mahal in Agra, India

Inside Travel Writing: Kathryn Burrington

Kathryn Burrington is the successful travel blogger behind the blog Travel With Kat. In 2017 she was awarded the British Guild of Travel Writers’ Travel Blogger of the Year Award. Here she talks to MannedUp.com for our Inside Travel Writing column: What kind of travel related niche do you specialise […]

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Online

Setting out on the road to successful blogging. Easy steps to creating a successful blog.

How to become a blogger: 10 practical tips

Ever wondered how to establish a blog or how to become a blogger? Blogging is a way of conveying a message to a potentially broad audience and interacting with people who visit your blog. Here are 10 practical tips that can help you better understand how to become a blogger. […]

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Travel Writing

Travel writer Nick Redmayne in the Sahara Desert.

Inside Travel Writing: Nick Redmayne

Nick Redmayne is a travel writer whose work has been published in The Independent, Wanderlust magazine and on the radio, by the BBC. In this interview he talks about the places he finds most interesting and his daily routine when travel writing. What kind of travel related niche do you […]

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Food & Drink

After dusk falls in Edinburgh on 25 January people will head to Burns Suppers and celebrate Burns Night.

Burns Night and the best Burns Suppers in Edinburgh

Wander through Edinburgh towards the end of January and you’ll spot numerous adverts for Burns Suppers. Writes Barry Stephen Traditionally, they involve haggis, neeps and tatties (mashed swede and potatoes) being served alongside whisky used to toast the haggis and the memory of Robert Burns. According to tradition, the haggis […]

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Travel Writing

Stuart Forster on the road in the Gaspe peninsula of Quebec, Canada.

Inside Travel Writing: Stuart Forster

This Inside Travel Writing features an interview with Stuart Forster. An award-winning travel writer, Stuart is based in the north-east of England and has a global outlook. His work has been published by The Independent, Rough Guides, CNN and National Geographic Traveller, plus many other titles. Stuart also runs the […]

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Travel Writing

Lush vegetation and mountain scenery on Mount Batur. Photo by Jazz Dobbins.

Climbing Mount Batur in Bali

“Make yourself comfortable, it long ride,” said the driver, in his best English, as we squeezed in the van filled with four other passengers who were already crammed up together. After some switching around, and perhaps some magic, we made six people fit into the backseat and trunk together with […]

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Travel Writing

Stars trail in the night sky above Los Roques de Garcia and Mount Teide in Teide National Park on Tenerife, Spain.

18 travel blogs to view in your next coffee break

Enjoy travel stories and inspirational blogs?  Here are 18 travel blogs that you may enjoy reading in your next coffee break. Eco Escape Travel was launched by Jonny Bierman in March 2017. “Eco Escape Travel is an ecotourism, sustainable travel, and eco-travel gear website that inspires the travel community to […]

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Experiences

Yoga

Why yoga retreats are good for men

Despite yoga being created by men, for men, it’s still seen as predominantly a woman’s activity. It takes a brave man to walk into a class full of women, but the health benefits of yoga far outweigh this initial worry. If you are looking to escape on a dedicated yoga […]

by × November 29, 2017 × 1 comment
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