Don’t miss this Matador event premiere in Los Angeles.

HEY MATADORIANS: If you are in the LA area, we would love for you to join us next Friday for our first Los Angeles Matador Meetup in partnership with Hostelling International. I am stoked to be leading a discussion on travel storytelling that draws upon my nearly five years of experience at Matador and also some of the core principles of MatadorU. Come for the workshop, stay for the BBQ, and join the HI crew and me to explore Santa Monica’s bar scene.

Hope to see you there!
~ Joshywashington

What: Travel blogging workshop, BBQ, & bar crawl
When: Friday Sept. 28th, 6:30pm – ?
Where: Santa Monica Hostelling International – 1434 2nd St., Santa Monica, California 90401
Who: Joshua Johnson (aka Joshywashington), Matador Network friends, LA travelers, and YOU
How much: FREE (you buy your own bar crawl drinks)

How the evening will unfold

MatadorU’s Dean of Education, Joshua Johnson (Joshywashington), will lead a discussion on the art and practice of travel storytelling and how telling better stories can mean living a better life. Participants will put the storytelling principles discussed into play and help create an original Matador Network article around the evening’s events. Be prepared to tweet, post, and rock your Instagram!

Following the workshop we will gather in the open-air Hostelling International courtyard and nosh on some BBQ, get to know each other more, and grab some beers.

We’ll talk shop, swap travel stories, and generally chill out.

At 9pm we will depart HI and embark on a pub crawl to some of the city’s best watering holes.

6:30 – 8:00pm ‘Living Better Stories’ Travel Storytelling workshop
8:00 – 9:00pm BBQ and beers in the hostel courtyard. Food and beverages provided by HI.
9:00 – ? Bar crawl (leaves from the Santa Monica HI at approximately 9pm)

Please RSVP at our Facebook Events Page and feel free to join us for all or any portion of the event.

This awesome evening is being made possible in partnership with Hostelling International.

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