I have both written and published many articles about cultural travel. Cultural travel is important to intercultural understanding, as it allows you to dig deeply into a place and truly explore the culture. I’d like to share a few of my favorite posts on cultural travel – one from a student in our Youth Travel Blogging Mentorship Program, several from editors at Wandering Educators, and a few that I penned. Take a look at eight of my favorites… Continue reading 8 Best Articles on Cultural Travel→
Today we get to know a bit more about our Culture Travel Tuesday contributor, Jessica Voigts. Regular readers of A Traveler’s Library are familiar with Jessie, since she has been an almost monthly contributor for many moons. She has been bringing us synopses of interviews with authors from her wonderfully useful website Wandering Educators. Don’t be fooled by the title–teachers are not the only ones who can benefit from the broad array of travel advice offered at W.E. Take a look at the many categories on her site and you’ll see what I mean. But Jessie’s first love is broadening the understanding between cultures. I am very happy she accepted the assignment of bringing to readers of A Traveler’s Library ideas for travel that deepens our understanding of different cultures. You saw an example last month when she wrote about a museum and battlefield in Scotland. Now for the inside scoop on how her interests developed, and how it affects her life today and other inside secrets of Jessie.
[Note: What you see below is a portion of a recent interview that Jessie Voigts published at Wandering Educators. I extracted just three of the questions and answers, but there is a lot more. Read the entire interview atWandering Educators.]