“As someone who edits a travel site, my business trips are business trips, and my vacations are â€” business trips,”says Peter J. Frank, editor-in-chief of Concierge.com (CondÃ© Nast Traveler Online).
In an article by Frank (as told to Chris Elliot) for the New York Times, on what I’d like to call the hidden truths of being a travel journalist, he talks about the “torture” he has to go through in his job.
A peak into the non-glamourous part of a travel journalist’s life at one of the industry’s leading portals, it’s a great story; but not to worry, its reality doesn’t bite.
P.S. For what it’s worth, Happy Valentines Day.