Travel writing in this piece is presented at a different level. I decided to focus in my experience as a whole rather than the actual the place. I’ve been to Paris about three times in my life, and every time I go there I experience something fresh and new. Paris is unique and romantic in its own delicate way. This story portrays the lack of serenity I experienced when travelling with my friends to one of my favourite cities in the world. It was odd and unexpected, but in the end it turned out to be simply what we needed in order to know each other’s characters a bit better.
As for the actual tips in the writing:
* Start with the End!! Give your audience a sense of time and place without an introduction located in the end of your story. This, of course meaning that you will picture the end of your journey/trip and make others visualise it with you.
* Rush and No Rush: As this was a fairly long piece, in which I tried to go by events day by day, I could not extend myself too much so I would not be loosing track of the actual problem in the story. This is why we should write in a way that we skip and rush in between some of the things we did, and go on to the next important event, always giving a sense of place and situation.