After that, Stewart started contributing with outstanding editorial pieces every two weeks or so. Among his more than 90 articles published on TYT, some of the most popular are: The Day the Carnival Died?, The Ultimate Cantina Guide to Merida, A Long Weekend in Rio Lagartos and CFE a World Class Mess (just to name a few). (LINKS TO ARTICLES)
He’s not afraid to give his opinion either, as he has shown in articles such as: Journalism a Dangerous Trade; Expats, Immigrants, or Neither?; Owning in a Fraccionamiento; and his opinion about the capture of El Chapo.
Stewart’s local contacts and global knowledge provide him with unmatched access to the stories ‘behind the stories’ and he likes to take you to the places that others don’t or won’t go. From the Arctic Circle to Tierra del Fuego, from Moscow to Melbourne, from Bergen to Buenos Aires, Stewart has been there. Chances are, wherever you are heading, he knows the score.
And today TYT feels satisfaction about having an author such as Mr. Mandy on its list of columnists, not only because his articles have generated thousands of clicks on our online newspaper, but because this week he was positioned as the number one Examiner among the Top International Travel Examiners and thereby, we want to congratulate him and let him know how proud we are to have such a talented writer in our list of contributors.
Thank you Stewart, congratulations and keep up the outstanding work my friend.
The Yucatan Times
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