Quiz: What Type of Traveler Are You?

June 4, 2014 Kristance Harlow

Everyone has an inner traveler in them, even if they’ve never ventured far from their hometown. I thought it’d be fun to find out what kind of traveler YOU are!

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  1. Carlton Seymour on July 11, 2014 at 3:18 am

    Dear Kristance

    I happened to come across your blog and would like to wish you the very best in your adventure. Our daughter Vivienne who is 15 keeps saying she does not want to go to college immediately but interact with the world first. We as parents are a bit scared but are open for her to make the right decisions. I have forwarded your blog to her.

    We are from India who live and work in Oman. We have two daughters Vanessa 17 and Vivienne 15. Vanessa head to fashion design school next september. If ever in Oman you are welcome. Some great kayaking and saltwater flyfishing out here

    Carlton Seymour

    • Kristance Harlow on July 13, 2014 at 6:05 am

      Thank you for your note! Travel is certainly one of the best ways to open your mind to the world and all its diversity. It can be an excellent teacher on many fronts. I hope my blog is of some inspiration to her! Someday I do hope to visit Oman, it is definitely on my wish list of places to visit. 🙂

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