This guest post from Irish mountain runner Moire O’Sullivan describes a run around Cambodia’s capital city, where she now lives. Also included: links to additional recommended posts on travel to Cambodia.
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I recently hosted San Francisco’s version of the national Meet, Plan, Go! event. This post focuses on two panelists’ anecdotes about taking a major break from their careers for the sake of travel and personal fulfillment. In other words, doing what many thought was “crazy” because it seemed so risky and unconventional.
In six weeks I’m hosting a big event to extol the virtues of long-term travel and encourage people to think outside the box in terms of their career and life choices. Yet I find myself struggling to walk the talk. Taking a big, meaningful trip again is starting to feel impossible for a number of […]
I’m hosting an event in San Francisco to help others plan and fulfill their extended-travel dreams. Read more about it—and find out why we went on our journey, in spite of a list of reasons not to, and why we concluded “it’s the best thing we ever did.”
We muddled through the highly subjective, somewhat arbitrary, always tortuous, often fascinating, and just as often maddening process of planning a year-long travel itinerary. Along the way, we learned from mistakes and developed a few guiding principles to minimize the time spent planning while maximizing the chances we’ll wind up in fabulous yet affordable places.