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Travel is Personal, Travel is Healing

The idea of travel use to be nothing more than just an idea. Growing up as an only child to a single mom, traveling never crossed my mind. I mean, how could it when we struggled with not having enough […]

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Girls Who Travel | A Love Affair for Road Trips to National Parks

A Love Affair for Road Trips to National Parks

Growing up, I was used to sitting tight and bored on the road for several hours with my parents. We would take many road trips through America, spanning from the north to the south to the mid-Atlantic region to Canada […]

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Girls Who Travel | Being a Responsible Traveler

Being a Responsible Traveler

Being a responsible traveler isn’t just about not littering and minimizing our carbon footprint as much whenever possible. It’s also about being a global citizen. Traveling is an opportunity to not only learn about others and their cultures, but also […]

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Yellowstone: The Perfect Pit Stops

With spraying geysers, loads of wildlife, and rainbow pools, Yellowstone National Park catches the imagination of travelers worldwide. Due to its size – a sprawling 3,471 square miles! – Yellowstone can overwhelm visitors who don’t know where to stop, what […]

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Girls Who Travel | Are Interactions with Elephants Truly Ethical?

Are Interactions with Elephants Truly Ethical?

Elephants are one of the world’s most loved animals. You can see why – they are such majestic creatures! Seeing elephants, usually in Thailand, is on most people’s bucket lists. Most people are aware that elephant riding is not ethical, […]

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Girls Who Travel | How To Survive the Tourist Traps of Venice

How to Survive the Tourist Traps of Venice

I love Venice and it’s always a pleasure to visit alone or with friends. A few years ago, I was part of a group of volunteers of an American Air Force base and was asked to walk some of our […]

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