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It was advice that paid off. Several months later, I attended my brother's wedding in Rome. Not long after, I was going to Paris ALONE! Although I had traveled to much of the United States and had worked in several states as a journalist, I'd never had a passport. Where I was from, I didn't know anyone who was traveling traveled abroad. What I quickly discovered was that I was one of few of my colleagues who didn't. Looking back, was I the only?
In the several years since that time, I've traveled to 30 or so countries.... Read more here.
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
This lovely blog post is written by author, professional freelance writer and self-proclaimed vagabond Shelley Seale who has written for National Geographic, CNN, USA Today, Yahoo and AOL Travel, just to name a few. Shelley blogs with Keith Hajovsky at How to Travel for Free, an unconventional guide for traveling the world on little or no money. She is also a volunteer for the Austin Passport Party in March 2013.
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