You’re Invited! Shoot, Busk & Blog—A Panel Discussion and Pub Crawl at Hostelling International DC

Featured, Photography & Video — By on March 8, 2011 at 11:11 am

Shoot Busk BlogIf you’re reading this post, you’re probably either a backpacker, flashpacker, arm-chair traveler (or just happened upon us when doing a google search, in which case, welcome!). But while you might already be a hard-core vagabond, versed in ways to save money on  flights and hostel stays, packing a week’s worth of clothes into an overnight bag and which international cities are the best places to meet other travelers, have you ever wished you knew just a bit more about recording and sharing memories from your one-in-a-lifetime journeys? Or wondered if you could take your blog posts, travel photos or short videos to the next level,  turning them into something, well—more?

We totally know the feeling!

But rather than surfing around for hours (if not days and weeks!) looking around for reliable information on sharing your travel memories, the team at Hosteling International, and Lost Girls World figured it could be a little more efficient—and a lot more fun!—to assemble a crack team of travel experts—authors, web editors, photographers and filmmaker—to discuss what they’ve learned and answer your questions directly.

Please join us this Friday, March 11th

at Hosteling International—DC for:

Shoot, Busk and Blog: How to Share Your Travel Memories


A panel discussion (and pub crawl!) with

…and our MC for the evening:

Michaela Potter founder of Meet, Plan Go and Briefcase to Backpack

Come to meet other travelers and learn the best techniques to capture your travels! The event will wrap up with a raffle and a pubcrawl with the HI-DC team.

You could win:

This event is brought to you by Hostelling International, The Lost Girls and Tripping. A special thanks also goes to Sonia Zamborsky of who was instrumental in organizing this event in her backyard. Happy Travels!

Don’t forget to RSVP!

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  • Amanda, Jen, and Holly, it was wonderful to hear you speak last night. I was very excited to win a copy of your book (and even started it last night)! Thank you all for graciously signing it. And thank you to Amanda for chatting with me.

    I think I am most like Amanda in terms of working, but my husband (Mr. HalfFull) is most like Jen and encourages me to live the moment. Despite being very happily married, your travel impetus is a lot like mine. I’m still trying to find a my passion and career path and hope that my 10 week trip this summer will help inspire me.