Another New Travel Magazine launched which allows Ordinary People Tell Their Extraordinary Travel Stories
Way2go travel magazine launches today. Way2go takes a unique approach to travel writing.
It’s an engaging read revolving around people sharing their personal travel stories, advice, photos and memories. Many of the stories are inspirational and emotional. The journeys have proven life changing for many of the contributors. It’s about real people, real journeys and real life!
Way2go travellers are not professional writers, they are people with a story they want to share. Some will make you laugh, some will make you gasp, some will amaze and some will make you think about your own travel experiences.
Launch issue stories include:
• Life-changing – Skiing let me live. Noela Wallace, 60, had wrapped her life in cotton wool. Suffering osteoporosis, she avoided everything that may have caused injury. The day her sister pushed her down a snow-covered mountain set her free. p8
• Join the circus for happy kids and a happy holiday! p46
• Living a dream for two – After losing her identical twin, Erin Wynter, 24, realised if she wanted to find her own feet she needed to fulfil the travel dreams she and her sister had shared. Erin’s journey took her to a school in Tanzania where she helped the villagers but she believes they helped her more. p20
• Who needs a life raft? When dad wants a life raft but his son has no money for one! p40
• Beware of holiday bargains – How incredibly cheap marble statues from Marble Mountain in Vietnam became incredibly expensive when they arrived in Australia, adding $1000s to the original price! p25
• Pet friendly holiday accommodation; you’re pets are welcome. p32
• Finding a life partner when you’re on holiday – can it last? True romance Love Boat-style, Christina Greenlees, 45, and her sister Fiona, weren’t looking for love, it found them. With one marriage and a son, and an engagement resulting from the South Pacific cruise, the sisters enjoyed a Hollywood-style romance with a fairy- tale ending. p14
• Even a monsoon couldn’t dampen a wedding – Liz Mantana, married a shy Fijian man she had met while holidaying in Fiji. Liz gives advice on how to organise an overseas wedding; local customs to consider and what to do if monsoon skies open during the ceremony! p52
• Travelling solo – Unexpected discoveries. Solo travel can be a challenge; Readers heal their heart, p 36 find adventure, p51 learn about themselves and meet new friends. p58
Sandy McPhie, editor of Way2go, is encouraging people to share their travel experiences.
“Way2go is seeking stories and photos. Way2go is offering prize incentives including; holidays, travel goods and cash,” Sandy says.
Launched by NRMA Motoring Services, Way2Go will be on sale through newsagents nationally from today. rrp $5.95.
It is a bi-monthly magazine launching with a great subscription offer a chance to win a luxury overseas holiday valued at over $25,000. Way2go also has a website at www.myWay2go.com.au