Today I'm excited to be a guest blogger over at Novel Adventurers, a site run by novelists bitten by the travel bug.
I wrote about a festival I happened upon a few years ago in a Dong minority village in southern Guizhou province. For one reason or another, I never got around to putting this on my travel blog at the time ( read more about that trip at www.travelpod.com/members/bethverde), so here it is now, first time in cyberspace.
Take a look at the link, and, if you've got time, read the posts by the other authors. This week they're sharing stories about amazing festivals from all corners of the globe. http://noveladventurers.blogspot.com/
Here's a link to one of my latest articles on eChinacities.com. In it I explore the length of the main river flowing through Guangzhou.
Guangzhou’s Pearl River ― From Lifeline to Leisure Hub
Beth is an American freelance writer who has lived in Europe and Asia since 2003. She grew up on a sailboat and, though now a landlubber, still enjoys a peripatetic life. She writes articles and suspense about travel, expatriate living, and many other topics.