Personal Stories

What Makes me feel at Home in Colorado?

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Everyone knows that the holidays are typically when you head home. Home means different things to different people; sometimes it doesn't even mean a location, but a group of people. Sometimes it is getting away from people and heading to a place. For me, home has more than one meaning, because I have more than one home. On the one hand it's going to Target w[...]

I'm an Introvert. And here's why that makes me a better traveller.

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“Stay true to your own nature. If you like to do things in a slow and steady way, don’t let others make you feel as if you have to race. If you enjoy depth, don’t force yourself to seek breadth.” ~ Susan Cain Photo by Jason Briscoe via Unsplash I've always been the quiet one. And for a lot of my life this seems to have been a great disadvantage. I've[...]

Montreal: A Love Letter to the City I Left Behind

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There are many cities in the world that have taken hold in my heart. But it all started in Montreal. Montreal is the place where I was born. The place where I grew up. The place where I was a child, a teenager, a young adult and whatever you want to call me now. The place where I loved and was loved. It’s a place where I always felt cherished and that al[...]

Couples who travel & blog: Romy and Luke

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As you know, we have started a series introducing you to our favorite traveling couples. Next up in our spotlight are Romy and Luke of the blog “Tag Along Travellers”, a couple whose motto is "dream, believe and make it happen!" Romy & Luke: Traveling instead of wedding-planning Though Romy and Luke come from a very small country, they’ve already t[...]

Travelette of the Month: Tabea Mathern

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We’re back with another Travelette of the Month interview! Each month, this is where you can find out more about the ladies behind the website. Even though every Travelette is unique, bringing her own perspective, travel style, and point of view to the team, they are all sharing their passion through writing and photography. This month, we find out a litt[...]

What I take away from 2016

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2016, you sucked balls! I can't even pinpoint exactly what it was apart from the political and social issues, votes and decisions that left an incredibly bitter aftertaste. I started the year in a hut in the mountains in Norway, traveled to seven different countries (and three times to Austria, weird) and was involved in several really cool photography and j[...]

Couples who travel & blog: Aimee and Paul

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As you know, we have started introducing you to our favorite traveling couples and decided to make this a series. Next up in our spotlight are Aimee and Paul of the blog “Snap Happy Travel”: an Irish girl and an English guy with a passion for backpacking and each other. Paul & Aimee: the European backpackers What I love the most about travel (and l[...]

What Traveling with my Dad taught me about life (after almost driving me insane)

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Last year I went on an incredible trip around Zambia and Tanzania. I got showered in the spray of the Victoria Falls, I canoed down the Zambezi River, went on a three day safari, attempted to climb Mt Kilimanjaro, spend a night in a luxurious tent hotel at the edge of Ngorongoro Crater and found paradise on Zanzibar. I didn't do any of this on my own though [...]