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An Interview with Michael Buckley

Published on October 18, 2011 By Kristin

Michael Buckley’s name has become synonymous with covering the unique beauty of Tibet’s landscape and culture, but he has also rappelled through the treetops of Costa Rica, hunted wildlife in Bhutan (with a camera), mountain-biked the Karakoram Highway in Pakistan, dived with manta rays in Borneo, and kayaked in Cambodia. In recent years, he has […]

A Conversation with Beverly Gallagher

Published on October 11, 2011 By Kristin

Beverly Gallagher has worked as a freelance contributor for the travel section of the Central American publication, Tico Times, a hotel reviewer and country report updater for Northstar Travel Media and a hotel reviewer and feature story writer for Luxury Latin America. She has also published in the Travel & Traditions section of Fiberarts magazine […]

Notes from a First-Time Attendee: What I Learned at NATJA

Published on October 4, 2011 By Kristin

Two weeks ago, I attended my first NATJA Conference, which was held in Anaheim, California (a perk I shouldn’t forget to mention) and included over 100 travel writers and travel industry publicists. While I went primarily to get my feet wet, I also went to help Tim, who gave an awesome keynote speech about the […]