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The adventurer who travels the globe in a wheelchair

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I met Sylvia Longmire as most people meet today: on the internet. I was researching inspiring female travelers for a post about Instagram and what it has become. I wanted to feature women that were different for a lack of better word than the stereotypical traveler we so often see today: predominantly white, twenty-something and skinny. I set out to search f[...]

How Traveling Killed My Creativity and Brought Out My Truth

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Words are wonderful. I love their power. I love their descriptive abilities. For as long as I can remember, words have infatuated me, and I like using them. I love to write. I wrote a novel in high school (it was as cringy as you’d expect). I was always in accelerated English courses and was drawn to creative writing — you can make people feel and see things[...]

5 symptoms of having wanderlust

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I always have an immense interest in discovering self for personal development and finding out what matters, what drives me as the journey goes on. Surprisingly, never have I envisioned I would diagnose myself with these severe signs of having wanderlust. However,  the good news is that the more you know what makes you happy, the happier you are and will be [...]

A fresh look at Germany's most rugged shores

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Have you heard of the German Roamers? They're a selected few photographers who showcase the best of Germany, with a focus on outdoor living. In other words - they are those people who always make ones jaw drop by finding incredible angles and breathtaking landscapes, not rarely involving spectacular mountain ranges, valleys and forests. Do you thi[...]

East meets east - Getting zen in Bali

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This July I had great plans to finally add two new countries to my personal map: I was going take my first trip to Tokyo followed by seeing my family in the Philippines. Alas, as it happens sometimes happens in life - you can plan all you want, things can still go wrong or in my case not work out at all. My travel plans fell through within a week to spare an[...]

5 Top Nepal Experiences for non-trekkers

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There are few other countries that scream adventure like Nepal does. Thanks to the Himalayas it is a country of superlatives and it shows in the activities people come here to do. Of course, on top of this list is a trip to Everest or Annapurna base camp - trekking is the name of the game. But just because it is called basecamp doesn't make it any less of a [...]

Can adventure be a transformative experience?

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“Human life gains the greatest part of its richness from --- any experience of stepping outside the taken-for granted reality of everyday life, any openness to the mystery that surrounds us on all sides.” Sociologist Peter L. Berger (1970) In the beginning of 1900s German philosopher and sociologist Georg Simmel wrote in his essay "The Adventure" that adv[...]

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