When applying for a job, it’s a smart idea to have a strong resume and to be able to speak to your relevant experiences in great detail. Blogging for a public audience is quite similar. Just because I paid for a domain name and can navigate my way through a moderately simplistic WordPress dashboard doesn’t automatically make me an expert in anything. Moreover, calling myself an expert in the subjects I choose to write about doesn’t prove a damn thing either. So, let’s cut to the chase…what are my qualifications, you ask? Please refer to the “Curriculum Vitae” link at the top of the blog for a regularly updated travel resume. And if you have questions on any of these spots– feel free to e-mail me anytime at: email@example.com.
And in the meantime, look at this water! It’s the Aegean Sea around the island of Rhodes, Greece. Swimming in this was one of the best days of my life. Of course that was followed by sharing a carafe of local white wine and gorging on a tzatziki-smothered gyro with my best friend at a local cafe. I think it’s safe to say that any day that includes tzatziki sauce and white wine is already off to a great start. Yes, a crystal clear sea helps.
The point of all this is that I have a lot of travel insight and passion to offer anyone who wants it. I’m ready to dive in to the depths of my tzatziki-clouded memories whenever you need me.