Posts tagged local culture
6 Things the U.S. Could Learn From Spain

Spain has opened me up to a lot of new experiences. As I began to fit into Spanish culture, I realized that Spain does things a bit differently from the U.S. In fact, there are a lot of things that I feel that the United States could actually learn from Spain and even adopt. That’s right. You’ve cheated me out of good soda for far too long, U.S. (See #4.)

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Wanderlust Wednesday: Lee of Spirited Pursuit

Spirited Pursuit is one of those sites that you can get lost in for hours, scrolling from article to article, filling your wanderlust and escaping into different worlds. With a mission to not just share more than just your typical travel stories, Lee Litumbe really knows how to shape a narrative with photography and words. We had the honor of chatting with her to hear why she started the brand, advice for those who want to start their blogging journey and how she's working on consciously documenting the stories of Africa in a different light. 

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Wanderlust Wednesday: Nina Grace of The Exploress

The Exploress has been on our radar for a while as their stories and images encourage all of us to not travel as tourists, but to really explore the authenticity of each new place you visit. We had the pleasure of chatting with the founder, Nina Grace to hear about her inspiration behind the brand, where she wants to take it and what inspires her to continuously learn more about culture and diversity. Learn more about her in our Wanderlust Wednesday interview below! 

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