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My 15 Favorite Travel Moments of 2015

In Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Europe, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Mexico, Montreal, South Carolina, United States, Washington DC by Katelyn0 Comments

2015 was a great year for me in terms of travel. My travels brought me to two continents, seven new countries and many new cities. While I love new stamps in my passport (which I also had to get a new one once I got home from Europe in June), travel isn’t about how many countries I can cramp into …

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My 12 Favorite Travel Photos of 2015

In Austria, Belgium, Charleston, Czech Republic, Europe, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Mexico, Photography, United States by Katelyn1 Comment

As 2015 comes to a fast close (where did the year go?), I’ve begun my annual reflection of the year. While I’ve been incredibly busy with projects and work lately, I’ve also begun the long process of getting ready to move halfway across the globe. So many things to do on my “to-do” list and it keeps growing! While I …

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How to Get to Meteora from Athens

In Europe, Greece, Travel by Katelyn37 Comments

Imagine a place where the cliffs rise high above the clouds and the sun’s rays bounce off the sandstone rock pillars reflecting a godly glow. The pillars break through the dusty brown valley like fingers reaching for the sky. High above the clouds perched on these rock cliffs are centuries old monasteries built by monks who trekked to the region to …

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Sailing the Saronic Islands of Greece with MedSailors: An Epic Adventure on the Jackpot

In Europe, Greece, Travel by Katelyn0 Comments

Visiting Greece has always been a dream. It’s rich in history, art, and olive oil. I’ve dreamed of riding a donkey up the steep hills of Santorini amongst the white houses with their bright blue roofs for years. I pictured the markets filled with octopus and fish awaiting an old Greek woman to barter with the fisherman for her family …

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One Team One Dream: The MedSailors Story

In Europe, Friendships, Greece, Travel by Katelyn0 Comments

As a solo traveler you’re often out exploring the world by yourself. You do it not because you’re antisocial or a total loser, but because you’ve prioritized travel in your life and you don’t plan on waiting around for your friends, family, or who ever to join you on your adventures. You book your ticket and just go. I’ve traveled with friends. …