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Articles by Peter Rosenfeld

Born in Sale, Cheshire I followed a non-conventional career after boarding school, through the merchant navy, into Saudi Arabia and then into my own business(es). In 2004 I found the World of media, initially in front of the camera for a number of TV documentaries and productions both as presenter and victim! In 2006, after gaining the respect of my peers along with a reputation of influencing consumer decisions through my communication skills, I began writing for a number of travel publications. In summer 2008 my written efforts were rewarded with my own dedicated slot as a travel correspondent & radio presenter for Cheshire FM entitled "The Talking Tourism" show. I have been accepted (by application, interview and due-diligence) into the British Guild Of Travel Writers (BGTW) and later that same year, the National Union Of Journalists (NUJ). I have decided to now focus on travel-related features, articles and presenting. ACHIEVEMENTS: HND Marine Engineering CPC Passenger Transport Travel writer & radio presenter Four business start-ups to acquisition Founder Director of Visit Chester & Cheshire (VCC) regional tourist board Director of Weaver Valley Regional Park (WVRP). Panel Member (Tourism) Bank Of England Monitory Commission. PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA: British Guild Of Travel Writers (BGTW) member National Union Of Journalists (NUJ) member Talking Tourism Show Presenter "CheshireLIVE" Show Presenter DINKY Guide journalist & editor CD-Traveller Journalist Viva TV Travel Presenter Travel panel member and critic

Bezos Makes Bozos Of Us All

04/06/2020 – 20:21
TravSafe PPE

By Malcolm Tattersall
DON’T they just make you sick? All those Moaning Minnies taking every opportunity during this pandemic to have a pop at the nice people at Amazon. Sure, while world stock markets collapsed, Amazon’s …

CAR HIRE – Avoid unfair damage claims

08/01/2019 – 17:50

By Peter Rosenfeld
I have recently been the victim of an unwelcome charge to my credit card a couple of weeks after arriving home for “damage” that I was unaware of after returning a hire car. …

Burgeoning Wine Industry – in Kent, UK!

24/10/2018 – 15:49
Cathedral city &trees crop

By Alex Lawrence
MAKE tracks for a journey that will tickle your taste-buds – as well as giving you the chance to explore historic splendour and relax amid rolling hills and sleepy villages.
The burgeoning wine industry …

A FEAST of flavours is brewing in a leafy corner of France

31/08/2018 – 11:08

By Alex Lawrence
It’s better known for forests, wild boar and pate but the Ardennes is developing a reputation for artisan beers. Once all but killed off by the big firms, locally-produced and innovative beers are …

3 Great Beach Resorts in Marmaris, Turkey

27/07/2018 – 10:39
Catie Funk Travels Marmaris Turkey Marti Resort Romance

By Catie Funk
The larger cities of Fethiye and Bodrum usually over-shadows the sunny, beach town of Marmaris, Turkey. While those sister cities may have more tourist sites to visit, the blue flag bays of Marmaris …

DINKY Dubrovnik – Where to be seen when you’re in Croatia

07/07/2018 – 10:40
Restaurant 360, Dubrovnik (1)-copywrite restaurant 360

By Paddy Daly
For DINKYs wishing to indulge themselves with a holiday in Croatia, the number one choice has to be the Dubrovnik Riviera. The Dalmatian Coast is one of the undeniably chic places on the …

Cultural Kanazawa in Japan, famed for gold leaf and geishas is ready to take on Tokyo.

10/04/2018 – 10:10
Kenrokuen garden (Karen Bowerman)

By Karen Bowerman
Cultural Kanazawa: A new bullet train link means the Japanese city of Kanazawa, famed for gold leaf, geishas and its Kenrokuen garden, is ready to take on Tokyo. Karen Bowerman pays it a …

Edinburgh – still the UK’s second most visited City

28/03/2018 – 16:44

By Natalie Took
Edinburgh, it has to be one of my favourite cities, and probably the one that I have visited the most. I keep getting drawn back. Yes, you may not get the weather, but …