Hi! My name is Noelle…or Noelia south of the border! I lived out of a suitcase for years….which officially makes me a “Girl Who Travels the World!” What’s the #1 thing I want to tell you?? The world isn’t THAT SCARY!!! Many people will tell you what can go wrong when you travel ~ but I’m here to tell you what can go RIGHT, when you venture into the world on your own…
This site is a mix of practical tips ~ mainly on travel, both in the U.S. & abroad. For instance, I love our National Parks in America, but I also have a serious love affair going on with South America: especially Colombia & Peru. I also discuss other topics I’m particularly passionate about: such as gardening & natural health.
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