Do you remember the i-Pad contest sponsored by PassPorter.com that I wrote about a few months ago? (click here to read about the contest thatended May 1, 2011) One way to get entries into the drawing was to submit travel tips to PassPorter.com and I did just that several times.
Well, I received an e-mail from Jennifer Marx, author of the PassPorter field guides that one of my tips is going to be published in the 9th Edition of PassPorter’s Guide to Disney Cruise Line!
My name will be listed as a contributor and will appear beside the travel tip in the guide book. I will also receive a free copy of the book!
I was stunned, excited, and honored that a travel tip that I submitted would be published by PassPorter.
The husband was very supportive when I shared the news. He told me that he knew all that writing about Disney would pay off someday and that he was proud of my hard work. He was also excited about getting a free guide!
I have written about PassPorter’s Field Guide to Walt Disney World previously—click here to read why PassPorter is my favorite planning guide. PassPorter guides have helped us plan many Walt Disney World and Disney Cruise Line trips. PassPorter.com has an on-line community that I frequent to learn even more about the most magical place on earth and traveling in general.
Just yesterday I provided helpful information about lodging to someone planning a trip to the
Grand Canyon next summer on PassPorter.com’s on-line forums. Happy to help and happy to be a part of “tribe” of people from around the globe that talk, dream, plan, read, visit, and experience various types of travel including Disney travel.
What was the tip, you ask? Well, I’m not going to divulge that just yet, but I will say I have provided that same tip previously in the Williams Family blog. Click here to read more.