The Flying Carpet
The Flying Carpet is our gathering place to swap tales, exchange rants, discuss plans, dream about future travels. Here you'll find stories from our hard-working editors, staff, contributors, and friends, ranging from brief anecdotes and lengthy journeys to thoughtful essays on life, the world, and of course, travel. Find a space, and let the Flying Carpet take you away.
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Executive Editor Larry Habegger tells stories, talks about travel writing, and ruminates on current events in Larry's Corner. This week, in Reflections on the 2013 Book Passage Travel Writers & Photographers Conference, Larry shares some thoughts about the celebration marking 20 years of Travelers' Tales. Have an opinion? Tell him what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Every week we choose one of the great stories we've received from travelers around the world and present it here as our "Editors' Choice." In Adaptor Plug Not So, Sarah Enelow, an unemployed American woman tries to buy an A/C adapter in Beijing during a month-long visit, and discovers what career ambition in the 21st century really means. For an archive of these stories click on this Editors' Choice link; for more about the editors, see About Travelers' Tales Staff.
Sarah Enelow, an unemployed American woman tries to buy an A/C adapter in Beijing during a month-long visit, and discovers what career ambition in the 21st century really means. [Read on]