If you're writing travel articles as you think, it's best to have as many opportunities as possible to publish articles. One of the most important ideas is to write to the first or third person.
There are some smart and popular travel writers. Some of them are household names. Others are new and inspirational. These people simply write the first person. They say "I did this" or "I did". Their articles are of high quality.
However, it may be difficult to write in this way and especially if it does not occur, it may be difficult for readers to contact you. Frankly, people do not always want to know what you've done, what you eat and where you went. Your article is ultimately not a biography. This is a travel article.
People feel comfortable when they talk and write to a third person (unless they know or know you). She says, "Go on to Western Avenue," not "I went down Western Avenue," and "try the duck sausage" instead of "duck sausage".
a guide, a plan, and an opportunity to loosely base their travel plans and experiences on the facts they can provide. They do not ask them to have a typical day on the travel route.
Allow your readers to experience travel information objectively and factually. Write to the third person, not the first one.