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Two Day Stay in Morocco by Jessica Ballerstein

The last place we went on our 10 day adventure was Morocco! We felt it was a great way to close our Middle East adventure. Since we were traveling from Egypt airfare was inexpensive. Knowing what we knew about Morocco it would be amiss if we didn’t visit the culturally rich country!

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Spirited Wanderer: Iceland by Jessica Ballerstein

To be completely forward, Iceland is hands down my favorite travel destination so far. I have visited a handful of cities, towns, and countries. Nothing has been compared to how I feel about Iceland. As I'm writing this I feel sadness and joy simultaneously. Sadness that I'm not there and joy cause I was able to collect many memories. I have traveled to Iceland on two different occasions and it still doesn't cease to amaze me. By the end of this blog hopefully, you'll sorta understand why. 

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Spirited Wanderer: Miami by Jessica Ballerstein

For those who know me fairly well, I love the beach! Especially a warm and clean beach. Now, of course, the tropical countries are known for those necessities of mine. However, if you want the taste of the tropics without dealing with passport issues, and/or paying tropic money. Miami is definitely the place to go....

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Spirited Wanderer: Seattle, WA by Jessica Ballerstein

Like most people I have a bucket list of places I would like to visit. Most of my potential travel destinations are international due to my curiosity of other nations & cultures. Of course, there are many unique cities in America but it never crossed my mind to go to Washington. My friend Dash and I decided to plan a girls trip around my birthday. We were both pretty indecisive on where to go. Not because we were too picky, its because we weren't picky. The conversation went like this...

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The Spirited Wanderer: London by Jessica Ballerstein

I have always wanted to go to London. It was literally number one future travel destinations from the time I was 16 years old. Initially, I wanted to take this trip with my high school friends but after years of talking about it, I realized the truth. The truth was this never was going to happen if I rely on them. Everyone was busy adulting. Either getting married, working, in school for the whole year, or just flat out broke. All of which was completely understandable but then I asked myself where does that leave me and my dream of going to London... 

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