My Rick Steves book contribution

Perhaps my luck in the travel world started from birth. I grew up a few hours from Edmonds, just north of Seattle, the home of Rick Steves’ Europe Through the Back Door where hundreds of travellers and like-minded individuals work tirelessly to constantly update and improve guidebooks for those who want to enjoy Europe on a budget.
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French bike-sharing article I wrote for ‘Spunky Girl Monologues’

Welcome spring by hopping on your bike! If you’re traveling to France, most cities have a community program that allows you to rent a bike for a day, month or year! Check out the post I wrote called Vélos Vert: Green Bike-Sharing in France.

You can find more posts from other spunky female travelers at their blog Spunky Girl Monologues.

My first published article – Turkish hospitality: a non-Muslim’s discovery

I recently wrote an article for OnIslam.net called Turkish hospitality: a non-Muslim’s discovery about my time in Turkey and the wonderful hospitality I experienced there.

I’m really excited about this new opportunity to write for OnIslam.net and I hope you read my article and enjoy it.

Feel free to post comments at OnIslam.net or here.