Why travel blogging?

Pretty much everyone travels. And there are thousands of travel blogs out there already. But I started this blog to show my readers what travel can do for YOU. I also think it’s super important when I travel to meet locals and find out what they do. So when I make recommendations in my blog, I aim to give you the perfect mix of touristy and local things to do.

On my site I have a mix of itineraries, tips, and personal narratives for you to enjoy. In the future, you can expect more from me telling you how to make the most of each trip you take. I’ll even show you how I traveled in ways that I could even add to my resume! If you’re interested in working, volunteering, or doing internships abroad, please shoot me an email and I’ll do my best to help you land your dream position.

Just to prove that I know what I’m talking about, here are a few examples of work I’ve done abroad. By the time I graduated from college, I’d already done a medical internship in Germany, a bioinformatics research internship in molecular biology in Switzerland, taught English in Spain and Chile, and written Spanish prose and poetry while studying abroad–these pieces were later even published by Azahares Literary Magazine.

If you want general travel advice, I’ve got lots of that on here. And if those don’t answer your questions, email me for more information! I’ve been to over 25 countries all over Europe and the Americas, and I can’t wait to share what I’ve learned!

P.S. I’m a young female traveler who has done a lot of solo traveling and would love to answer any questions for those hoping to do the same.

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