Based in New York City, Terri Marshall is an award-winning writer covering cultural travel, multi-generational travel, food, drink, road trips, cars and characters. From hanging out with penguins in Antarctica to fishing for piranhas in Peru, Terri’s always up for an adventure. Publication credits include TravelSquire, Private Clubs, TravelingMom, International Living, Google, RoamRight, and AroundWellington. Connect with Terri and see more of her work and radio appearances at www.trippingwithterri.com.
Articles by Terri Marshall
As a Southern-born white woman, incorporating Black history sites into my travel plans never crossed my mind… until I married a Black man.United States Family Travel History
Having lived in New York City for the past 13 years, I’ve fallen in love with my new city. The bright lights of Broadway, innumerable restaurants, museums of every variety, my favorite Irish pub, and the gym where I work off my indulgences are all just a subway ride away. … Read moreUnited States Backpacking & Camping
As 2020 dawned, my travel calendar filled with big plans. The St. Olav Festival in Norway, gorilla trekking in Uganda, and truffle hunting in Croatia were among the adventures scheduled for the coming months. Sadly, those plans came to an abrupt halt thanks to COVID-19.United States Family Travel
With the COVID-19 virus attacking our world, looking on the bright side seems like a daunting task. But as with every cloud, a silver lining emerges, and while it may not be visible to all humans, it is crystal clear for our planet. The temporary halt of travel gave the … Read moreThe World Sustainability
Travel brings so much to our lives. Not only do we meet people from all over the world. We also experience cultures foreign to our own. Travel teaches us acceptance. It opens up new worlds to us, making us richer in the process. Yes, I realize I’m telling you how … Read moreThe World Insights
With travel stalled around the world, those of us with acute wanderlust continue to look for ways to keep the rewards of globetrotting in our lives. While we wait for flights to take off again, road trips to resume, and museums to re-open their doors, virtual travel brings a little … Read moreThe World Technology