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Although I have done a lot of travels over the last decade, I haven’t been blogging about it and there’s really no good reason as to why. I’ve always wanted to blog, people always ask me why I don’t have a blog, yet it never seemed to happen. I could sit here and give you excuses why but I think it’s more important to just start now. I’m starting my blog and I solemnly swear to update it on a regular basis.¬† I’ve also always wanted to be a long term traveller so the two journeys happening together is a really wonderful combination.

I can’t wait to share the next year of travel with you but I also want to share all the other experiences, trials and tribulations I’ve had with traveling over the last decade. I have made all of the classic travel mistakes and those stories need to be told too. Overtime, I hope that that this blog will become a huge resource for information on many destinations around the world, as well as a source of advice and inspiration. I’ve started off few with a posts of my previous trips, and I am going to keep those going as well as blogging about my current adventure around the world.

lora working on laptopI’m confident that this blog will grow and evolve over time, but what I really want is for the readers to enjoy it. Please tell me what you want to see, what you want to hear about, even where you think I should go! I am completely open to feedback, suggestions and improvements.

I’m so excited about starting this and I can’t wait to share my journey with you guys!



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Lora Pope is a solo female adventure travel blogger living nomadically around the world. Raised on a rock in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, she has a deep love for nature and wildlife. Lora has traveled to over 58 countries and is on a quest to visit them all, seeking out a deeper connection with the nature and wildlife on this planet.

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