Travel Writing . Travel writing is writing about a place that you have visited It’s about relaying your travel experiences to others And, it’s writing about things in your own town or city that are exotic to everyone else---a local farmer's market, historic site, restaurant, museum.
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As you can see from the example, travel writing can read like a diary or even a story. BUT, remember, you must discuss the attractions and features within the place you visited.
It was a hot, summer day and my family and I were going on holiday to London and to York, England. We were going to stay at the beautiful York Hotel.
While we were on the plane, I asked my mother if I could look at my passport.
“I don’t want you to lose it,” my mother said.
“Puh—–leeeeeeze,” I begged.
“Fine, but for only a second,” she replied.
Just as my mother handed me the passport, I noticed my favourite show was about to start on the television. I put my passport down for only a second. We hit some turbulence and next thing I knew my passport was flying all over the airplane. My mother gave me “that look,” so I chased my passport around the plane. After crawling under several seats, and stepping over one very large foot, I caught it.