Ever curious and hungry for adventure, Elaine J. Masters is a freelance travel writer, blogger/vlogger and social media influencer. Founder of Tripwellgal.com since 2010, she offers stories and travel tips encouraging others to go far, often and do it well - from cities to soft adventure, culinary explorations, and unique local finds. With over 300 dives in International and US tropical waters, Elaine’s passionate about taking pictures and video, above and beneath the surface. Her awards include NATJA Bronze Medal Award for Internet Luxury & Leisure Travel Writing, Society of Professional Journalists San Diego Chapter Blog Honorable Mention, and Indie Excellence Award for the Drivetime Yoga audiobook. When not holed up writing and editing, she stays busy co-hosting Travel Massive events, commiserating with other creatives, or traipsing across the border to explore Baja, a few miles from home in San Diego. Elaine agrees with Helen Keller, “Life’s an adventure or nothing!”
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Published Articles (8)
Pebble Beach Golf Resort awarded the IAGTO Sustainability Award for Water and Energy Initiatives, an interview with David Stivers for Travindy Online Sustainability Magazine.
A sip of a ginger-infused cocktail, a mouthful of deeply spiced Machaca whose flavors swell with each bite, a glance spurred by the scent of clove cigarettes – all smells, […]
Eat and drink through El Paso from high and low menus, quick bites and fine dining. Prepare to be deliciously surprised!
Step deep into the Valle Guadelupe to the modest, yet world-renowned Cocina de Dona Esthela for the presentation of the Foodie Hub award for the ‘Tastiest Breakfast in the World.’
First Tripwellgal.com blog post from self-guided FAM on Palawan Island, the Philippines: Discoveries from the private WWII Museum to the Spanish fort turned Japanese internment camp.
Review of the Food System Alliance pop up dinner at The Red Door in San Diego. Posted on the Tripwellgal.com blog.
Published in MilesGeek.com magazine. The National Park Centennial featured article details how to enter and enjoy Redwood National Park on the California coast.