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When I attended the Ultimate Travel Writer’s Workshop back in 2011, I kept wondering, “Could this actually happen to me?” As I listened to the speakers’ stories of free trips, grand hotels, and exotic meals, I thought, “Do I have what it takes to become a travel writer?” Well, it’s been three exciting years since I attended the Travel Writer’s Workshop in Chicago. And I now have my own compelling stories to tell. I pinch myself when I think about the trips I’ve been on, the luxury villas I’ve stayed in, and the exciting excursions I’ve experienced. I’m living proof that if you follow the steps the Workshop writers and editors spell out for you, you can achieve your travel writer dreams. One of the insights that workshop creator Jennifer Stevens shared with us at that event was about pitching unique stories to editors, so now I always try to write unique stories about my travels. She said editors like stories that provide readers with off-the-beaten-path destinations, characters, and events. And I’ve found this to be true in my own writing and with the stories I’ve had published so far. One of my favorite examples was an article I got published about a Maui-based photographer who guides vacationers on tours of the island. He takes you to spots you normally wouldn’t find on your own. And he does it all while helping guests learn how to shoot better photos. Prior to traveling to Maui, I contacted this photographer and explained that I wanted to write about him and that I already knew where I’d get the stories published (thanks to Jen). I had a business magazine in mind as well as a travel website. And we agreed that in exchange for my articles, my full-day tour would be complimentary. He picked me up in his four-wheel drive pickup and we proceeded along Maui’s winding Road to Hana. In the back of my mind, I could hear Jen in my ear: “talk to the locals… find something different, unique, and quirky.” Sea caves, waterfalls, and volcanoes all qualified I thought.  And so did the food.  We stopped to sample several local foods along the Road to Hana, one of which was a New England Culinary trained chef who worked from an open-air hut selling hand-crafted ice cream in coconut shells. After a bountiful day of picture-perfect rainbows, secret gardens, and high-altitude vistas, I discovered the photographer had quietly arranged for my wife and me to be seated at the best table in Maui’s number-one-rated restaurant. While savoring a delicious meal of Hawaiian swordfish topped with pineapple, I remembered Jen Stevens stating that a good travel writer should rely on more than their eyes. On this night my taste buds were on high alert. I’d like to think I returned the photographer’s generosity when I placed articles about his business in an entrepreneur magazine and a high-profile travel site. I mustered my courage and also pitched my story to a national photography magazine. The editor not only accepted my story, she rewarded me with my biggest paycheck to date! The Ultimate Travel Writer’s Workshop has changed the way I travel and I couldn’t be happier.  Best money I’ve spent in a long, long time. Share on Facebook [Editor’s Note: Learn more about opportunities to profit from your travels (and even from your own home) in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel.  Sign up today here and we’ll send you a report, Get Paid to Travel as a Travel Writer, completely FREE.]

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