Tom Talleur

Member Since:
Sep 2017

Tom Talleur is a technology and travel writer and the managing editor of, a Native American woman-owned travel small business, focusing on world-roving lifestyles and travel. Serving as an analyst, commentator and subject matter expert for television, radio, and print media, Tom's stories span an array of topics including travel, technology, history, culture, security, and law. 

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Published Articles (14)

A Week In The Life Of A Travel Writer

We Rove. We Assess. We Write. And our schedule is anything but routine. Sometimes we’re in far off out of the way places snapping photos, shooting videos, and chatting with […]

How To Protect Your Property Online: Part III

Writers and others who post their creations online are particularly vulnerable to theft and misuse of their creations. Part I of this series on How To Protect Your Property Online, […]

How to Protect Your Property Online: Part II

In part I of this series on How To Protect Your Property Online, we talked about the value of using digital signatures and setting your files to a read-only status […]

How To Protect Your Property Online: Part I

There are many actions you can take to protect your brand online. You can trademark your name, brand, and logo and copyright what you publish. But these actions may not […]

Rovertreks — A Photographic Review of our Travels in 2017

When you travel the world 300 days a year as we do, it can be revealing to look back and take stock of all you have seen and done. As […]

Haw River, Infuses History, Renews Souls

TravelWorld International Magazine Winter 2018: Page 32 Thanks to Grace VandeVisser Executive Director, Burlington/Alamance County CVB Burlington, NC 27216 Toll Free: 800-637-3804

Three great spots for bird watching along the Georgia coast

Coastal Georgia Awaits Birdwatchers Georgia. The mere utterance of the name invokes images of the Deep South and Savannah, with its antebellum homes, wrought iron gates, cobblestone streets, Spanish moss […]

Greenland: A cultural, political, and geographic oddity

Greenland. It’s one of the most out-of-the-way destinations on Earth. It’s a place you’d hardly give a thought to visiting unless you’re a researcher studying the polar ice caps, global […]

Shetland: visit to lose yourself in a unique cinematography of Nordic-Scottish history

At 60° North, a titanic conflict from antiquity rages between the Atlantic and the Sea of the North, for dominion over a subarctic archipelago home to the 100-island chain known […]

Want to see the Moon? Go to Iceland.

Iceland is a curious place. If you ask almost anyone other than an Icelander about it, you’ll prompt an “I don’t know, but that’s interesting” type response. And it’s a […]

Chapmans Peak, South Africa: Where Sea, Sky, and Land Becken You to Explore

There are few places on earth where Nature offers up a feast for the eyes, a never-ending cornucopia of sea, sky, and land, soothing the soul as the mind senses […]

Do you have what it takes to be a rover?

Living a nomadic lifestyle is right around the corner — if you want it —

Escape to Greece: Hidden Beach Getaways Await You On Skopelos

No one knows for sure how many beaches there are on the 12.7-mile long island of Skopelos. Not even the locals, whose ancestors scaled the craggy green pine and white […]

Greece — Paying By Cash Or Credit Card — How To Decide What To Do

If you travel full-time like we do, or just travel a lot, you probably use your credit cards to document your expenses and pay them on a monthly billing cycle. […]