Posts tagged traveling as a multiracial woman
Less Is More: The Truth About Friendships While Traveling The World

For the past year, I stood (not so idly) by and lived a roller coaster of a first year abroad. I didn’t miss my hometown of Montreal much, not for a lack of meaningful relationships and love for the city I call home, but because I was busy living. Now that my time teaching in mainland China is up, I’ve taken some time to reflect. I’m excited to go home, but not without apprehension. “What’s there to be concerned about, KB?” Short answer? Friendships are at times a casualty of travel.

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10 Things To Know About Muslim Travelers

Traveling is an activity that everyone wishes to experience at least once in their lifetime.  However the way one travels depends on a variety of values. There are different types of travelers. One of these types is the Muslim Traveler. Here are some few tips to know about us.

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Traveling as a Multiracial Woman

One of the first things I think about when traveling to a new place alongside the obvious (safety & budget): How I will be perceived based on the color of my skin and the shape of my eyes. It makes sense, considering all of my life I couldn't go too far without someone, strangers and acquaintances alike, inevitably asking me, "What are you?"

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