Love Letters to Rotterdam, Luang Prabang, and Seattle

This post is part of a series of love letters written by travel bloggers and expats about their favorite places around the world. Read more here! Love Letter to Rotterdam from Jessy at Planet Pilgrims Dearest Rotterdam, You completely captured my heart when I visited last summer for a couple of days. My daughter and…

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Love Letters to New York City, Seoul, and Galway

This post is part of a series of love letters written by travel bloggers and expats about their favorite places around the world. Read more here! Love Letter to New York City from Anisa at Two Traveling Texans Dearest New York City, You never cease to amaze me. I am never bored when I am with…

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Love Letters to Hong Kong, Copenhagen, and Jerusalem

This post is part of a series of love letters written by travel bloggers and expats about their favorite places around the world. Read more here! Love Letter to Hong Kong from Inna from the Executive Thrillseeker Dear Hong Kong, What do people usually imagine when they hear “Hong Kong”? Probably, the skyline dotted with…

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A Love Letter

I’ve been in love with traveling since I was 17. But the last few months, something has felt off for me. The trip to Egypt in October was a culmination of so many years of dreaming and weeks of planning—a true pinnacle. What could follow that? On top of that, change and uncertainty at home…

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Finding a Job Abroad with Linkedin

Welcome to 2019! Is this it? The year you finally take on that dream of finding a job abroad and working in another country? When I decided I wanted to pursue working abroad opportunities in Germany, I had no idea how to start. How do you find a job abroad? The answer was simple: you…

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The Local’s Guide to San Francisco

I was lucky enough to grow up in the Bay Area, so it’s with a bit of bias that I say that San Francisco is the jewel in the Golden State’s crown. It combines all the best things about the state in one trip to California. Nature, food, art, nightlife…there are always things to do…

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Visiting the Ancient Temples in Luxor, Egypt

The sun beat down from a nearly white sky. The air was dry, the ground hot. The only shade to be found was in the ruins—colonnades with swollen pillars, towering statues of crossed-armed rulers, thick walls laden with the deep carvings of ancient kings and queens. This is Luxor, straddling the banks of the Nile,…

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Up and Gone: 2018’s Travel Year in Review

2018 was packed with adventures—for both business and pleasure—and milestones. 29 years of my life passed by without me ever visiting Africa, but in 2018 I went three times. Other firsts included: riding a snowmobile, surfing, exploring a ghost town, seeing wild elephants, and getting my dog a passport. Going to the top of a…

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Featured! The Ultimate Packing List

Packing is always a somewhat daunting task—which is why Kathryn from Becoming You turned to travel bloggers for some help. She rounded up a hefty list of tips to create the Ultimate Packing List—full of the expected, the surprising, and the “I didn’t know you could use that for that“. Can you guess my contribution? Check it out here. 

Why You Have to Visit Abu Simbel

Our visit to Abu Simbel kicked off like this: staggering out of the van and staring at what appeared to be a giant pile of dirt. Maybe it was because of the harsh morning sun. Or the fact that we’d been traveling since 4am, coasting on 3 hours of sleep from the night before. It…

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