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Natasha von Geldern
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Attended London School of Journalism
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Whoop whoop, new post up on my blog! Check it out if you want to know how to travel full-time and still not go nuts!

The new way of living: to travel full-time and work as a Digital Nomad. Become part of this new movement and start adapting today to the Digital Era!
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A Superman museum!
 
We found Superman! He's in Metropolis, IL at the Super Museum. This place as you could imagine is full of all things Superman. Check out what we found there http://bit.ly/1rETVZX
“Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound!” It’s Superman! Anyone familiar with the old television series can recall this introduction. George Reeves may be known for the TV show – “The Adventures of Superman” – but several actors have worn the tights and… Continue Reading …
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What were your first travels like?
Do you remember what the world was like in the 1990s? How has it changed for better and worse? Take a look at now and then with Voyager Vicki.
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Sail down a quiet river, spend your vacation on a houseboat, or book that over-the-water bungalow but let's do it all very cheaply.
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Finding a good Airbnb isn’t like finding a good hotel. As a relatively new service, it can be overwhelming to figure out how to use the site, how to determine if a listing is good or bad, and what information to ask to ensure your experience is safe and enjoyable. This is a step-by-step guide on what to look for when choosing an Airbnb to ensure a fun, safe experience!
How to Pick the Perfect Airbnb: A step-by-step guide on what to look for when choosing an Airbnb to ensure a fun, safe experience!
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Are you planning a ski vacation in Park City? Save time off the slopes to hear ghost stories, take history tours, go dog sledding and go more. #ParkCity   #Utah  
There is plenty to do in Park City Utah beyond the ski slopes and world-class resorts. Discover its rich history through the museums, ghost hunts and tours.
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I'd go back to many places, first on the list would be Kyrgyzstan!
 
Ever thought of this? Are you a repeat traveler?
Browse through the destinations we all would visit again and again (if money and time allowed)
Last week I posted this question on Instagram: if you had all the money and all the time in the world to travel as much as you can, which would be the place you’d keep going back to? For me, …
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Enter to win a trip for 2 to Bali, Greece or Argentina with TourRadar
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100 years of Bars & Restaurants in Granada Spain

The oldest café, restaurant and bar in the historic city of Granada are still running.

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#spain #traditions  #foodie #granada #andalucia 
After writing about the Traditional Shops it´s now time to take a look at some traditional bars and cafes. The most traditional places in Granada have been open for over a century and are still in business today. Unfortunately the jewel in the crownRead more
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Awesome post on travel!
How wonderful it would be for us travelaholics if the world was without borders! Oh! what fun it would be to travel across countries and continents without worrying about visas, passports and stampings.
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Freelance travel writer & blogger - www.worldwanderingkiwi.com
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  • Freelance Travel Writer & Blogger
    www.worldwanderingkiwi.com, present
    I contribute to a wide range of travel publications as well as running my successful travel blog www.worldwanderingkiwi.com. I have travelled to 50 countries and counting...
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    Editor www.travelbite.co.uk, 2008 - 2011
    Editor at www.travelbite.co.uk where I wrote or commissioned and edited all content, as well as successfully promoting the site through social media and increasing traffic.
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Berkhamsted, United Kingdom
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London, United Kingdom - Melbourne, Australia - Wellington, New Zealand
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The World Wandering Kiwi: Intrepid traveller, writer, blogger, editor, photographer and mother.
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Making the pages of the atlas real is my passion as I blog about travel on www.worldwanderingkiwi.com and tweet about all things travel @AWanderingKiwi.
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Travelled to 50 countries
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  • London School of Journalism
    Post Grad Diploma in Journalism, 2007
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