Do my travel anecdotes have a use-by date, I wonder? Not that I have a lot of travel anecdotes from my latest trip (except about the two painful Americans in Venice), but I am always torn when I return from my travels. Should I write about them and risk boring my readers who aren’t into travel? Should I write about them and risk sounding like a bragging idiot, especially when you’ve had to put up with six weeks of “guess where I am now” postings? (I apologise for that, but writing and posting in advance saw me completely without creativity). Is it bad enough that I’ve changed my header to a balloon shot? Should I instead leave it to my Travelalphablog (I promise I will get back to it), and write about it gradually, as I move through the alphabet? Or are my readers keen to hear (and see) more? If I don’t say more, have I tortured you for the last six weeks without any fulfilment?
I won’t take offence, whatever you say. I’m genuinely keen to know.