Posts Tagged ‘Europe’

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Arctic Nomad’s Travel Photoblog

After taking trips to here and trips to there from time to time, Jarma is now on a round the world adventure. Not only has he written about his past journeys, he now documenting his current undertakings in words and in photographs. Join him as he explores the planet.

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Journey Deep

“Every day is a journey to be traveled; it’s all about attitude and state of mind.” writes Jenna Makowski. Even a good book is a journey in of itself. As a traveler, teacher and writer – her own journeys have taken her to places far and away which have enriched her life and her state [...]

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Old World Wandering: A Travelogue

Claire van den Heever and Iain Manley decided to leave London and visit Shanghai. It took them 18 months, 39,000 kilometers, 20 countries and several bad hotels to complete the task. They are now on their return trip to Cape Town, South Africa, where they both call ‘home’.

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me and frenchie

Like many others, MuiMui and Boris decided they needed a break from their ‘cube lives’ in San Francisco. Boris wanted to move to another country and learn a new language. MuiMui had other ideas – traveling around the world. She was very convincing as they have been on the road and in constant motion.

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The Official Roni Weiss Blog

With double Bachelor of Arts degrees and a TEFL certificate in hand, Roni Weiss has ventured far afield from his native state of Washington. Between teaching gigs, he makes a point to travel the surrounding regions, has visited 70 countries and is not even close to being finished. He’s also delivered pizzas – maybe he’s [...]

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inspiringtravellers.com: Ideas from the road

Both Andrea and John were seasoned travelers when they met, and eventually married. They ‘settled down’, spending four years in one place. Wanderlust struck again and now they have embarked upon a round the world journey. They share their stories plus those of other travelers they have met along their way.

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Come With Me…

Some years ago, a friend told Vicki Hatfield, “Don’t wait for when… Sometimes, when never comes.” Months later her friend passed away. But, Vicki embraced the advise and has been traveling ever since. That comment led to one of her inspirations, “I love the memories I have when I return home that I can wrap [...]

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AlexWillTravel.com: Hungary is Alex’s Classroom

With an education in accounting, management and international business, Alex Hoskinson discovered doing tax returns for a large company was – simply put – dreadful. It was his turning point to follow up on recommendations to teach English in foreign countries. He chose Hungary. The descriptions of his experiences are genuinely enlightening, plus you get [...]

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Fun As We Go…

Ashley Curtin is a transplanted New Englander now living in California. She is also a self-proclaimed seafood junkie. Whether seeking out shrimp or oysters on the half shell, her travels take her where she can satisfy her addiction and partake of those edible gems of the emerald oceans.

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Go, See, Write: Tales of Overland Adventure

Try covering 44 countries on 6 continents without ever having an airline boarding pass in hand at some point. This is exactly what Michael Hodson accomplished over a 16 month period. He may be a lawyer by trade but he’s a traveler at heart. After a stint back home, he’s “On the Road Again” and [...]

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