Wandering Worldie: Sam Li

Wandering Worldie: Meet Sam Li Sam and I have known each other since 2012, and even though we’ve lived on opposite sides of the United States (and now on opposite sides of the world!), we’ve always kept in touch and kept up with each others adventures. A local Californian, this chick has been to numerous countries, group globe trotting, or exploring solo – I finally got some time in her busy schedule to get the latest on where she’s been and where she&#8217…

Travelling to Morocco? Here’s 11 Tips You Need to Know

Travelling to Morocco? Keep reading to get in the know before you leave! Guest Writer: Summer Krecke 11 Tips You Need to Know Before Travelling to Morocco Hey guys, just spent ten amazing days [in Morocco] and thought it might be helpful to provide some travel tips based on my own experiences since there’s been a lot of back and forth about varying expectations: Morocco is beautiful… but it’s also not highly industrialized everywhere so go into it knowing the level of cleanliness or technology…

All-Inclusive Vacations: To Book or Not to Book?

To book all-inclusive, or not to book all-inclusive? That is the question. Is shelling out for an all-inclusive your best option? Do you see the price tag and shudder? Or have you piece-mealed vacation prices and scrambled your brain over numerous itineraries, and realized that all-inclusive may be the best thing since sliced bread?! I got my taste of all-inclusive, and I’m here to help you make your decision a lot easier. PROS to Booking All-Inclusive Convenience One time payment You need…

Wandering Worldie: Kaylan Rebekah Westbrook

Meet Kaylan Rebekah Westbrook This 21 year old Wandering Worldie has just returned from teaching in Jordan! Jordan is a small country located in the Middle East, and is tucked in between Syria, Israel, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia. Kaylan is an avid traveller, strong believer in God and has wisdom and kindness beyond her years! This interview personally showed me how venturing outside of your country can truly shape such a kind and open perspective. Read on for stories of how it was living in the Middle East, how gratifying…

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