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22 Ways Loving Yourself is the Foundation for Beautiful Adventures

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“Follow your path guided by your heart and never lose focus while pursuing what you love. Make choices that embrace fear and make you feel alive.” It has been some time now since I left my previous home in Vancouver, not only to explore South America on my own, but also to learn about myself and the human spirit. I embarked on a journey that was never set o[...]

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[...]

The Pros and Cons of Feeling 'At Home'

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'Home' is a concept I think about a lot. It can mean such different things to different people, and it can mean different things to the same person throughout their lifetime. Some people are blessed with the unique ability to feel at home anywhere. These people should count themselves very fortunate, for this doesn't come quite so easily to the rest of us.  [...]

The Meaning of Home when you always Travel

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I come from a small town in the north east of France called Châlons-en-Champagne. I was born and raised there, in the Champagne region. Even though it is what I call HOME, I am sure that you have never heard of it - and that's OK. In a way it is funny for me to talk about HOME. If you would ask my friends and family, they would say I am never home. They a[...]

The politics of travel: a worthy discussion?

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Should travel bloggers talk politics? Politics. One of those topics you're not supposed to talk about at the dinner table. Same with religion, money, and sex - and the list goes on, and eventually one wonders what there is left to talk about except for perhaps unicorns. Well, apparently, blogging is the new dinner table. "Is it appropriate for blogs to[...]

The power of saying 'No'

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As travellers, as nomads, as those who should shout YES from the rooftops and seize every opportunity that comes our way, the power of saying 'No' can seem like the opposite of what we should be believing in. We all know that by saying yes more, it’s highly likely that we’ll discover those adventures that may be waiting around the corner... yes, I'll go on [...]

Things you should know when moving to India

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Welcome to India. Now close your eyes and forget everything you thought you “just knew” about this place. Re-open your eyes. Take everything in, the entire sensory experience. India is a place that has no true description. Talking about it as a nation is great when you consider everyone standing to sing the national anthem, at the movie theater, or celebrati[...]

How I Travel The World, One Peak At A Time

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We all hear the call for travel. There is something tugging at our hearts, a longing for far-away places and distant lands, a desire to see more than just what is in front of our eyes, day in, day out. The call comes from many different places; it comes from bustling cities, gorgeous castles, creative festivals, kind people, amazing cultures. It can be a [...]

Travel Jobs: The Truth of being a Holiday Representative

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The life of a holiday representative is a constant party. Working with a group of other young and like-minded people, an hour or two a day in your boring hotel before the fun can really begin and you can tear up the town. Shots, drugs and sex are on top of everyone's minds all day, every day. Running your guests around the best bars and clubs your destinatio[...]

Debunking Myths about Iran

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Since I was a child, I have been lucky enough to have my twin sister by my side. She has always been the ideal partner in crime. As kids, she was the one carrying the flashlight while I was leading the way on an improvised cave exploration. As teenagers, she was the one going reverse bungee jumping with me, while all of our friends were too scared to[...]

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