India-Jayne Trainor

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London, England


  • University of Nottingham

  • India-Jayne is a freelance writer based in London who has been writing about backpacking and luxury hotels since 2019, after a long solo stint traveling South East Asia. 
  • India-Jayne initially fell into travel photography before discovering a love for writing, working with brands such as Ocean Florida, The Hotel Journal, and Travel2Next. 
  • She holds a Bachelor of Arts in German, during which time she spent a year living in Cologne. 


After traveling for most of her childhood and university days, India-Jayne spent a year living and working in northwest Germany, where she developed a love for the culture and language. After gaining her degree, she began working for the Walt Disney Company managing their German content, before becoming a part-time freelance copywriter for hotels and luxury homes including Park City London and Destinations in Paradise. 

Since then, she has moved into freelance writing full time, writing about destinations across the globe as well as unique hotels, regularly contributing to The Hotel Journal, Giggster, and Wanderu among other publications.  

India-Jayne has travelled to over 30 countries; however, her favorite places are Cuba, Jordan, and Vietnam. 


India-Jayne holds a Bachelor of Arts in German from the University of Nottingham. While there, she was a photographer for the university magazine and learned conversational Dutch.

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