Juneau Alaska – A Week Travel, A Year in Writing

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The Top 11 ThingsTo Do And See In Juneau, Alaska is a featured piece I started working on for over a year way back in May 2014, and it finally published on July 2015. It was one of my few favorite published destination pieces. When I look at this piece today, I am still proud of it, even if I could update the attractions here and there, and keep honing my writing stills.

Travel writing is not an easy feat. It takes time, effort, and patience for an article finally gets published and even longer to make it a profession. For quite a long time, I nearly gave up on this piece after denied by several publications. What keeps me holding on is all the effort I have been invested on this craft. It is very rewarding to receive the positive reactions and comments from the readers, even one is enough to keep me going.

To this day, Alaska is still one of my favorite states in the US and hope this article inspires fellow travelers to further explore this great state far above the lower 48. The capital city Juneau is truly one of the most amazing capital cities (how amazing it could be to view glaciers up-close and soar over the treetops in the rainforest) in the USA.

Click here to read the full article.

Julie Cao

Julie Cao is a travel blogger, travel writer, and global citizen currently living in Toronto Ontario.

4 thoughts on “Juneau Alaska – A Week Travel, A Year in Writing

  • October 24, 2015 at 11:46 am
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    Hi Julie – I know what you mean about never giving up. I guess half of it is being immersed in the process and being immersed in planning for the next trip. The main article about Juneau is really well put together. A labour of love – I can tell. Do they really sell fish & chips there? Just asking as I’m a Brit 🙂

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  • October 24, 2015 at 8:42 pm
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    Hi Andy, Juneau has several restaurants serve fish and chips. According to my personal experience, the one at the Sand Bar and Grill is the best, and the Hangar on the Wharf (on the waterfront) also have good Halibut and fish too.

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  • November 17, 2016 at 11:34 am
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    hi, Julie Cao, thanks for this amazing and beautiful article. Your writing style is great and manages everything nicely. Great work and keep it up…

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    • November 17, 2016 at 8:11 pm
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      Thanks Meagan! I am glad you enjoyed reading it! It means a lot to me.

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