Author: Jacqui Gibson

48 Hours in Downtown LA

The extraordinary buildings, its walkability and a history that takes in the city’s first-ever Spanish residents, as well as the best of old Hollywood. These things and more make Downtown Los Angeles a must-visit neighbourhood, says New Zealand travel writer Jacqui Gibson.

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Vegetarian and Vegan Travel: A Conversation with Teresa Bergen

On her blog, Veg Travel and Fitness, Oregon-based travel writer Teresa Bergen covers everything from vegetarian and vegan travel to soft adventure, nature, wellness, spirituality, culture and history. FWT Magazine catches up with Teresa to find out how she got started in vegetarian and vegan travel writing – and to get her top tips on the best places to visit for health-conscious travellers.

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Fitbit: Stay Fit and Healthy When Traveling

Not all of us want to totally unplug from technology when we travel. Especially those of us keen to sample the delicacies of our destination, while maintaining a healthy lifestyle. That’s where a Fitbit comes in handy. Here’s an outline what you should know when traveling with your Fitbit.

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Catherine Parker: Insider’s Guide to Mommy Blogging

According to some pundits, mommy bloggers are some of the most well-read, trusted bloggers around today. We talk to travel writer Catherine Parker about her foray into mommy blogging and why it can be a great source of advice and inspiration for families who love to travel.

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Coronado, California: An Insider’s Guide

For Glorietta Bay Inn general manager Claudia Ludlow, simply crossing the Coronado bridge from San Diego is enough to unwind and feel transported to another place. She gives us an insider’s guide to the remarkable Californian resort town of Coronado Island.

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How to Master Food Photography

To some of us, snapping our supper is an addiction; a vital way to showcase what’s delicious in our world right now. But food photography isn’t always easy to get right. Travel writer Jacqui Gibson spoke to International Food Wine and Travel Writer Association photographer Jim DeLillo to find out how to master food photography.

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Tiong Bahru for Old-School Cool

Singapore’s popular Tiong Bahru district is one of those rare gems that’s become cooler than cool, while managing to keep a grip on its old-school charm. Small wonder it’s become a hipster haven, says New Zealand travel writer Jacqui Gibson.

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