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Interview with Faith Walls from trekbible

22 Jun
Faith Walls from trekbible. San Francisco Bridge in California

Faith Walls is a writer at trekbible and social media manager residing in Virginia Beach, Virginia (U.S). Having a passion for people, she is currently attending university to complete her degree in Clinical Psychology and Counselling. A nomad by nature, she is the happiest when trekking around the globe with a backpack on her back […]

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Interview with Mathilde from France

28 Apr
Gusterita-Sibiu, Romania - Iuliana (me) with Mathilde & Benoit from France

OMathilde lives in St. Etienne (center-south-east of France), known to be one of the ugliest cities in the country because it is an old industrial town (but nice to live in). Mathilde has never been able to have a stable job. She was officially a certified teacher of French as a foreign language. Lately, she […]

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Interview with Rocio from This is Rocio

23 Feb
Rocio from This is Rocio. Rice paddies of Longsheng, China

Rocio is a Mexican-American freelance editor (The Daegu Compass) and writer (Sounds&Colours, Groove Magazine, and [b]racket magazine), currently living in South Korea by way of Chicago. She was raised in Mexico and moved to the US at age 11. Growing up in Mexico she always dreamed of traveling and living a full life. She’s a […]

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Interview with Lena from the Social Travel Experiment

06 Jan
Lena from the Social Travel Experiment

Lena is an IT consultant who has been living in Tokyo for almost 3 years now, although she was born and raised in Bavaria, Germany. She speaks Japanese very well after seven years of learning the language in university and, of course, while living in Japan. She enjoys reading fantasy books, self-help stuff, or educational […]

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Travel Style Interviews – Guest Post Guidelines

27 Dec
Skopje (new, modern town) - statues in front of the Holocaust Museum

Travel Style Interviews  About Travel Style Interviews. Travelling long term has shown me how different people are in their way of traveling. Each of us has a different style of traveling for certain reasons. At the beginning, I didn’t know how I wanted to travel; for a long time, I hosted people on CouchSurfing (and […]

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