Dear Diva Readers,
top:2px;padding-right:5px;font-family:times;”>I might have been away on vacation in Italy, but while La Reine, The Contessa and Lady Lotus were guest blogging on my site, I was guest blogging on another site… that of Andy Hayes’ Sharing Experiences. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: you meet the nicest people on the internet and Andy is one of those friends I’ve made in cyber space. Andy is known as “That Travel Guy” and with good reason, for I think he’s traveled the globe with a pen (er, make that laptop) in hand. His posts are always informative and fun to read, chock-full of tips and tidbits. Plus, he’s just plain charming in his correspondence.
A few of his articles I’ve referenced when planning outings or past trips include:
- 24 Hours in The Dutch Kitchen – Your 24.com
- Best Capital Boutiques (Edinburgh) – Planet Eye
- Out and About Day Trips Near London – Europe Up Close
Based in Scotland’s fashionable capital Edinburgh, you see him and his work everywhere. He is passionate about travel and does a lot of writing for major magazines, blogs, as well as a few print books. He’s also the man behind the blog, Sharing Experiences, a site where he interacts with other travel writers and shares travel tips with his wide range of contacts. Not only does Andy write about travel, but he also helps companies in tourism and travel-related businesses take advantage of the myriad of social media’s available and embrace online technologies, ensuring their content, both print and online, matches their business needs and their brand. Make sure to check out his services to launch your business into First Class!
Last week Andy featured me, The Antiques Diva™, on his blog. Leading into my article, Andy writes:
“Today’s guest post features some European highlights from my friend Toma Haines. Toma is one fabulous lady who is guaranteed to make you laugh and give you some great tips! I’d dare say there are more shopping suggestions below than any other blog post on the planet! She offers really unique tours and I’m jealous to say I haven’t been on one of them yet, but hope to do so in the near future – just chatting away with Toma is convincing enough. Anyway, I’ll stop spoiling the fun and will hand it over to Toma….”
With an introduction like that, all I can say is Thank You Andy for sharing Diva Tips with your readers! And Dear Diva Readers don’t worry, I haven’t forgotten you either… You too can read the full article to Euro-Fabulous Shopping with the Antiques Diva” href=”http://andyhayes.com/euro-fabulous-shopping-with-the-antiques-diva/”>Euro-Fabulous Shopping with the Antiques Diva on Andy’s site!
The Antiques Diva™
P.S. Now that I’ve returned home from Italy I’m gearing up for a series of great posts on La Dolce Vita! Stay Tuned for more!