"Something sensational to read in the train": A S.I.P. Travelogue
Coquillard, Amy Flinn
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Oscar Wilde's quote reflects my personal belief of always keeping a journal while traveling, and it summarizes the style in which I have written my S.I.P. Though I was not physically traveling during my S.l.P. I was keeping a journal while working for the Travel Department of American Youth Hostels. Therefore, indirectly, Wilde's quote embodies the personal style that I have chosen for my S.I.P. and the professional work that I was doing. Long before any writing ever began, I fell into a reverie about what the S.l.P. represented on a personal, educational and practical level. These initial thoughts were rather scattered, but the more I mused over them, the more quickly they assumed a structured and logical form. The first part of the journal contains my scattered and various thoughts.