If, as the old dictum goes, "A picture's worth a thousand words," then what's the point of travel writing when anyone can access a colorful variety of stunning images from New Zealand, New York or New Guinea?
Accomplished travel writers don't spoon-feed their readers with bland details and dull cliches. Rather, they paint pictures, "words-eye views" that tap into their imaginations. While travel scribes furnish the necessary information, they do so in engaging ways that move the readers to learn more about locales far and wide.
Larry has written travel stories from Costa Rica, Nepal and Cancun, among other adventurous locales.