Those who follow me (@lethers) on Twitter will have noticed that Wednesday morning I am tweeting a lot and using the hashtag #travchat. I co-host a travel related Twitter chat at 10:30am for about an hour.

Top tips from TravChat

Basically there are six travel related questions posted about ten minutes apart on the theme for the week. These are designed to generate discussion and chat.
We’re a friendly bunch and tweet from across the globe with people dropping in on a regular basis from Melbourne, Sydney, Tokyo and Kyoto, Seoul, London, Manchester and Southampton, Washington DC and a couple of digital nomads.

To join in all you have to do is search for the hashtag #travchat and join us at 10:30am UK time. If you want to contribute, share your feedback observations, tips and photographs, feel free to do so but include the same hashtag #travchat so that your tweet appears in the chat stream.

Join the #TravChat conversation on Twitter

Occasionally we will have guest hosts or topic experts along. If you would like to host or are an expert in some relevant area do get in touch.
Check out our regular co-hosts on Twitter and see what they are up to and where in the world they are.
@GlobalGrapevine, @Travelexx, @RsterAM and myself @lethers

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