Monthly Archives: September 2016

Travelling Kid Interview 4

Could you give some background on yourself? I was brought into this world almost twenty years ago as a female in a valley of Appalachia, “Wild and Wonderful” West Virginia. Where people are prideful in their suffering and the illusion … Continue reading

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Travelling Kid Interview 3

Introduce yourself: Hi. I’m Manny. I write and produce the Raw Safari blog. I’m 42. I’m a boy. I’m everywhere.

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On Fear

I sound like Chomsky, haha… Maybe not. When I tell people I hitch hiked through America or Europe, the first question is almost always certainly, ‘were you scared?’ It’s a genuine question and I understand where it comes from, but … Continue reading

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Travelling Kid Interview 2

Introduce yourself: My name is Jesse, but I am better known coast to coast as Cid, or my authors handle aCid Rambler.

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What’s in My Bag?

Decided to do something a little different, as I’m sure some people often wonder what I take travelling. Added to this, I had the lightest backpack among my friends which I thought was pretty amusing. These guys travel for life, … Continue reading

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Travelling Kid Interview 1

Introduce yourself: My name is Simone, I’m an Italian travelling videographer. Before that happened, I was simply travelling, moving from one place to another.

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More Acts of Kindness

As noted, I was in America this summer rathen than the closer, beautiful European shore. Attitudes were different, as is only natural, though when kindness shone through it was wonderful and beautiful, lifting spirits and soul and making me question … Continue reading

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Some More Travelling Songs

After having arrived home from America, where I encountered train hoppers and hitchers alike, a new music collection was bestowed upon me. To hear what the people in songs are talking about and understand the train lingo is always enjoyable. … Continue reading

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