intentionaltravelers, Author at Intentional Travelers

03 Oct Why You Should Visit Peja Kosovo

When searching for the best places to visit and things to do in a new place, we're partial to the recommendations of Peace Corps Volunteers. Today, we're happy to bring you a guest post about Kosovo from April Gardner, a second-year volunteer with a background in social work. Though many Kosovars will...

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19 Sep A New Definition of Career Success

This post is contributed by our fellow intentional travelers, Dorene and Troy, an Ex-Marketing Executive and TV Editor couple from Canada. They’re redefining their mid-life by lifestyle redesign and full-time transformative travel. They help people who feel stuck and uninspired to make meaningful, conscious change in their life, work and...

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28 Aug 5 Reasons to Try Volunteering Abroad

Buon giorno, everyone! We are on our way to Italy today, the first official travel day of our #10for10trip. If you're interested in following our Global Neighbor Project - stories from your neighbors across the world, we just opened the sign ups for Global Neighbor Ambassadors. Ambassadors will get two...

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02 Jun 5 Best Hoi An Day Trips – Vietnam

Hoi An, Vietnam is one of our favorite places in the world. We stayed with a wonderful host family and enjoyed the delicious food, ease of getting around, and interesting sights we could do on a budget. The following is a guest post from a fellow digital nomad on some of...

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5 Hidden Gems of Yangon, Myanmar | Intentional Travelers

28 Nov 5 Hidden Gems of Yangon, Myanmar

This is a guest post from friend and intentional traveler, Karen Bortvedt, with tips from her recent trip to Myanmar. Karen is currently serving with the Deaf Development Program in Phnom Penh, Cambodia through Maryknoll Lay Missioners. In South East Asia, Myanmar is one of those places that many people want to see because...

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