I was certain my face was slowly cracking like a sheet of ice. It felt like ice. My face. My face felt like ice. Cold and fragile, ready to fracture the next time I blinked. We have never been so cold as we were on day three of our ski […]
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Flying into Fiji or other tropical islands often means a change in climate.
Even if you’ve arrived from a summer destination, the heat and humidity in the islands can still hit you.
Grab these island travel carry-on essentials and land cool, calm and collected, rather than exhausted, sweaty and bothered.
THE YEAR IN REVIEW Everyone always says “Wow what a year it’s been!” every year – but we think we’ve had a bloody awesome year. There are a few people saying 2016 has been an absolute shitter with events & many tragedies. But for the couple behind Snorkels […]
Christmas comes around so quickly, doesn’t it? Have you got a skier or boarder in your life that you want to surprise this Christmas? Or maybe you’re scratching your head over what you could possibly gift them this year? Here’s our list of the best Christmas presents for skiers […]
What do you think it means to be a travel blogger?
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about this profession.
Like, for example, that we all travel the world for free.
That we are having a great time 100% of the time and sugar-coat reality.
Have you ever landed in a new city and wished you had a personal walking tour guide to lead you around? Snorkels to Snow to the rescue! We’re excited to be partnering with GPSMyCity to bring you the next best thing – a GPS guided travel article! […]
On the day our Snorkels To Snow travel blog went live, I hoped we’d get about 100 page views within a couple of days.
Within the first 36 hours of our site going live, we had 670 PAGE VIEWS.
Given the number of travel blogs in existence, entering a somewhat saturated market was always going to be a challenge.
So, we were quietly very excited to have kicked off with a much bigger boom than expected.
A journalist brain never rests.
It never stops questioning its surroundings.
It is always looking to go more in-depth, to uncover something new, to come up with new ideas.
A journalist brain is, at worst, inquisitive, at best – an unduly curious, impertinent, multi-tasking, always-on-the-go, analytical, critical-thinking investigative writing machine.
So how does having a journalist brain help create multiple blog post ideas from one trip?