Tags archives: travel-inspiration

Being the Girl that Never Sticks Around

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She’s the girl who spends her days wondering if she will ever make it home. The girl who romanticises the idea of falling in love all over the world. Not just with people, but with places that take her breath away and cause a fire to burn inside her like nothing else. She’s the girl with a twinkle in her eye and the passion in her heart to push hersel[...]

6 Reasons why You'll Fall for Mexico

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Mexico – already the name of this breathtaking country awakens more emotions, stereotypes and expectations than many others. Most people instantly connect it with tasty food; some might think of the rhythmical sounds of typical Mariachi bands accompanying wild, loud fiestas while others rather associate it with the view of endless beaches and palm trees l[...]

Here's Why Travel Makes You Feel Alive

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"Don't ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive." – Howard Thurman Thank you Howard Thurman, you are so damn right – the world simply needs more people who have 'come alive' and traveling is one of the most effective ways to 'lean in' to life. Travel forces yo[...]

10 videos that will make you want to travel...NOW.

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Have you ever wondered what makes you choose your next destination? What inspires you to travel to one side or the other of the globe? Is it the culture of a nation, its people, its landscapes, its food? When it comes to me, it has to be a good mix of all of the above. I am always interested in visiting unexpected places and meeting people I don’t already kn[...]

20 Paulo Coelho Quotes to Set your Wandering Soul on Fire

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Brazil has given us many gifts - caipirinhas on the beach, the insane yearly carnival, the samba, and Paulo Coelho, author of the best-selling novel the Alchemist. Coelho was born in the Brazilian sunshine of Rio de Janiero and brings all the sultry zest of Brazil to the ideas he spills onto his pages. I will never forget the first time a fellow traveler han[...]

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