Re: Cycle touring - how to write your travelogue

Discussion in 'Australia and New Zealand' started by logansrun, Jul 18, 2003.

  1. logansrun

    logansrun Guest

    Reason for posting on the internet....

    Thanks for for the feedback. I encountered you post whilst performing a
    vanity google search.

    I agree with the sentement regarding posting my travelogue on the
    internet. Perhaps an explanation on how it ended up there will help
    fill gaps.

    The log on the internet is a compilation of daily emails, a blog if you
    will. I used a pocketmail email device
    http://www.pocketmail.com.au)http://www.pocketmail.com.au) to keep in
    touch with friends and family whilst on the road. Each night (give or
    take a bit) I would write an account of the day as an email and send it
    to a friend.

    The friend had would then forward the email onto friends and family. The
    web page athttp://cheshire.iinet.net.au/simon/bike.html
    http://cheshire.iinet.net.au/simon/bike.html is a post of the unedited
    log of those mails.

    There are photos at http://cheshire.iinet.net.au/simon/pics4simon/http:-
    //cheshire.iinet.net.au/simon/pics4simon/ which in a similar vein, are
    just data I accumulated on the trip.

    Working the document into something with a 'theme' could take
    some time. :)

    Its a long way between musings in a tent at the end of a 100km ride, and
    an article that meets the
    http://www.bfa.asn.au/cyclist/contributor.htmAustralian Cyclist
    Submission Guidelines

    For another travelogue, you can do a lot worse than
    http://www.lunky.comCraig Giffen's Effort I met him in the Northern
    Territory and kept on bumping into him all the way to Perth.



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