Most of my travel writing sticks to the facts. Here’s what you need to know about seeing mountain gorillas in Uganda, here’s the story behind a Quebec wine made from tomatoes, or here’s where to find some of the best coffee in the United States. That kind of stuff.
Occasionally, though, I write something a bit more personal. These two recent pieces are prime examples:
- For Reader’s Digest and MSN, I’ve been to 60 countries but these six changed me forever (RD version), and the MSN version (which has slides to flip through).
- For Reader’s Digest, My boyfriend proposed 16 times–why I have yet to say yes (a romantic comedy).
Whether you’re curious for a peek into my lemons-to-lemon-pie life or just want to know some awesome places to travel, I spill a few beans in these two articles.
And stay tuned for the ethical elephant tourism in Thailand story I’m working on now, plus stories from the trip to India I’m taking later this week (lots of photos to come on my TravelEaterJohanna Instagram).