Norie Quintos is a communications and content consultant, advising destinations and travel companies on how to tell their unique stories. She has deep connections around the world, speaks several languages (badly), and has a Rolodex of talented writers, photographers, designers, and producers. She directs editorial teams for print and pixel projects. An Editor at Large for National Geographic Travel Media, she writes and blogs about the world of travel from a cultural perspective. She was the longtime executive editor of National Geographic Traveler and previously held staff editor jobs at U.S. News and World Report and Caribbean Travel and Life.
Super foods: The altitude seems to have tamped down my appetite but I’m still enjoying all these goodies, especiall… https://t.co/ato1RUI35p
Mi barrio: Quito is made up of neighborhoods, many of which don’t look like much at first glance. But scratch the s… https://t.co/bQZGZBq83q
Flags and banners: There’s an election coming up on March 24 (akin to gubernatorial and mayoral races). It’s obviou… https://t.co/1YU1CpTkdo
La Floresta: This trending neighborhood
—one of the first to develop outside the historic core after the First Worl… https://t.co/aLIDzhcUN7
Ecuador has some 80 volcanoes, some 27 of them active. A drive south of Quito on the Avenida de los Volcanes, so na… https://t.co/K4TPM0aXvx