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When God told me Cambodia wasn’t my story (yet), I was frustrated. Here I am drinking Starbucks in Oregon while my immediate family hops on a plane to spend the next ten years bringing Jesus to a third world country. 370 more words


Hell or High Water.

The Mediterranean is in its full July glory as I try to focus on the memoir I’m reading, begging my exhausted bones to relax in the chaise I’ve rented for the afternoon, right at the southern lip of Jaffa’s shoreline. 1,126 more words

Don't Let Anyone Tell You Not to Travel

The minute I stepped foot onto college I knew that I wanted to study abroad. I had no idea how I was going to do it, but I knew I wanted to go. 619 more words


La Ventana

La Ventana (The Window Cave) in Arecibo, Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico

A Serious Case of Wanderlust

I can’t help it.

Every morning, I wake up to a ceiling full of pictures. Pictures of the towns and cities of England, pictures of the lush lands of Sweden, pictures of the dense jungles and wild animals of the Amazon- Basically, pictures of every place imaginable- And I feel a sense of longing, a sense of sadness, a sense of wanderlust. 258 more words


Going to Montserrat by Train?

Getting There

Espanya Station is easily accessible through red/green metro lines from the city center or any place which the line operates.

Morena's Travel

Dubrovnik - A Travelogue Series

“Those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik and see Dubrovnik” – George Bernard Shaw

It’s almost a week since I landed in Zagreb, Croatia and I’ve currently made my way down to Dubrovnik.

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