Do you like to write in hotel rooms? On planes? At train stations? The poet Baudelaire called these "transient places of travel." I blog about my recent experience writing in a condo resort on Kauai here: http://bit.ly/oUB0YP. Please weigh in with your thoughts here or in the comments section of the blog post. Either way.
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I pretty much write best in areas that are quiet, or have very minimal noise. That said, I don't really have a problem writing my articles in hotel rooms or on planes when I travel. Train stations are going to be a bit of a challenge. Perhaps if I can find a relatively quiet coffee shop.
I sometimes do my best writing on the fly. I'm especially fond of taking my laptop on local trains here in Sydney -- I can pump out an article in no time! Crazy.
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I actually haven't been on a trip since I really started working on my travel blog. My girlfriend and I are heading to Puerto Rico next month for some R&R and I plan on bringing my laptop, so I'll let you know how it goes. It's going to be a weird feeling "working" while I'm on a trip.
Oddly enough, if I'm inspired, I'll write on anything---anywhere---little tiny notebooks, napkins, boarding passes. Barring too many yakkers, crying babies or seat back kicking toddlers, if I have a notebook computer, I like writing on airplanes---forced disconnectedness without distractions---other than turbulence, landing, guy in the window seat needing to get out to use the bathroom, trying to drink from a cup with no where to put it down, etc.
The first draft of the last post on my newish blog www.boomeresque.com was written on a bus in Mexico in a little tiny notebook.
I love writing in hotel rooms in the morning. I write about travel with kids so my routine is to explore a city by day (late nights are a thing of the past for me) , sleep on it, creep out of bed before the kids wake up, make a nice coffee (part of my hotel room selection criteria), and get in a little work before they wake up. Once they are up, I buy myself another hour by letting them watch cartoons in bed (it's their vacation too, right?).
During the day I take notes on my iPhone or snap a picture to remember things.