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Tammy Burns
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Writer, editor and nomad at heart
Writer, editor and nomad at heart

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I do believe I ate the entire ocean in Cape Breton.

"Nova Scotia Has Plenty of Lobster Love & Foodie Finds in Cape Breton"
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Whether travel writers love them or hate them, press trips are here to stay. But do these trips really kill "real" travel journalism?
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And this is why I want to move to Reykjavik. Great capture by the New York Times of the scene and vibe in my favourite city.
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Want to help bring a novel to life? You can donate to my friend's debut publication! Unless she meets the funds need via her Indiegogo fundraising campaign, the book won't make publication. Help a new writer out!
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In which I get all philosophical about life and humanity and helping one another, after witnessing a near-tragedy in the Dominican Republic.
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Fellow travel writers, do you ever feel guilty when you travel just to take a vacation? No blogging, no social media, no assignments? I admit I felt guilty at first, but then it just felt so goooood.
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I interviewed the host of Lonely Planet's Stressbuster series for Travel+Escape, on what it was like to do rice wine shots with Tibetan cowboys and why I really, REALLY need to visit the Cook Islands. 
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Because I kind of have a mad crush on the Kootenays now, here's Part 2 of my hiking adventure in British Columbia: An Instagram-themed love letter.
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Need a way to burn off all that Halloween candy? Let me recommend Mountain Trek: a butt-busting bootcamp in BC.
My review of one week with no caffeine, alcohol, sugar, salt or processed food - and a lot of mountain trekking.
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