One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who writes about places they have visited and their experiences while travelling.‘an article about Hebron by the acclaimed travel writer Dervla Murphy’
- ‘There are travel writers who know that the most fascinating aspect of any place is their presence in it.’
- ‘He could have made an excellent living as a travel writer or descriptive journalist.’
- ‘One of New York's finest journalists and travel writers zoomed into old York this week and was "blown away" by all that the city had to offer.’
- ‘The travel writer should be knowledgeable but not an expert, open in mind and body to the unforeseen twists of serendipity.’
- ‘The popular travel writer has put down his passport and instead taken a very entertaining voyage into the past.’
- ‘Even the most tolerant travel writers hate most hotel cabarets, perhaps for no other reason than that they never like to be mistaken for tourists.’
- ‘The capital was once described by a travel writer as "repulsively spick and span".’
- ‘She also teaches classes about newspapers and works extensively as a freelance travel writer and photographer.’
- ‘Genuine travel writers will understand the difference between translation and equivalency and appreciate that when it comes to an adaptation, this is as good as it gets.’
- ‘The intrepid clergyman's daughter makes the anaemic offerings of modern travel writers read like extended holiday brochures.’
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