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I had a one night stand in Colombia and it was Empowering AF

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Random sex has never been that appealing to me. I’ve had boyfriends for most of my adult life, soooo they’ve historically been the ones I’ve been boning. Every once in a while I’ll do the whole “get drunk and go home with someone” thing, but it’s usually with someone I know and it is never, ever that good. Most of the time, these jaunts (and...
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An Introduction: What’s So Special About New Zealand Wine?

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New Zealand already holds a reputation as a country that produces great food and drink, and its fine wines have gained an adoring following with wine lovers all over the world. If you’re interested in exploring the world of New Zealand wine, start your discovery here. Where are New Zealand’s wines produced? Thanks to its... The post An Introduction: What’s So Special About New Zealand...
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Comment on Mendoza Wine Guide: 3 Days, 3 Nights by Gareth

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Thanks for the reviews. Heading to Santiago and then Mendoza next week. Have been several times to Uco valley and looking forward to checking your recommendations. Can you please share your drivers info if you are able, and any Santiago tips and drivers if you have them also! smiles Gareth
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Comment on Malbec & Meal Pairings by Kate

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Argentinean Malbec’s are to die for! Such a beautiful wine – awesome choices for pairings!
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Comment on Malbec & Meal Pairings by pairswellwith@gmail.com

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I love that there’s another Argentine Malbec lover out there! I couldn’t agree with you more that Malbec is a beautiful one.
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Comment on A Peek Behind the Curtain: My Long-Term Travel Beauty & Self Care Regimen and Financial Management Strategy by Jenny

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This is an awesome post Christina, Thank you for sharing! I love following your adventure and I must say you are positively glowing! xo
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Comment on My International Dating Tell-All: The Difference Between a Portuguese, Italian, French, British, Jordanian and Brazilian. It’s not what you think: 10 Lessons Learned While Dating Internationally in Your Thirties by Phyllis

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Thank you for sharing yourself and in turn, giving me so much to think about! Can’t wait to see you in Iceland…
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Comment on My International Dating Tell-All: The Difference Between a Portuguese, Italian, French, British, Jordanian and Brazilian. It’s not what you think: 10 Lessons Learned While Dating Internationally in Your Thirties by Jessica

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Love this post! So honest ❤️ I remember telling you when you told me you were getting a divorce that you’re so strong. And brave. It’s not an easy decision to make but you made yourself your number one priority and I’m happy that you don’t regret this today. At our wedding you a heard songs from a Swedish singer from Gothenburg, Håkan Hellström, who...
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Comment on All Roads Lead to Home, But Don’t Expect them to Be Straight or Easy by Lisa Vanacore

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Christina it has been pure joy to watch you not only grow up but also how you have grown inward. You are a beautiful, strong, intellectual, spiritual, well traveled woman and could not be any more proud of you. Taking on this journey is a huge responsibility to your self and your heart. Taking the ego out of everything makes it that much more easy...
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Comment on Not All Who Wander Are Lost – A Perspective on Long-Term Travel, Homesickness & the Types of People I’ve Encountered Along the Way by Laura Hixson

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Christina, I have so enjoyed following your journey and admire your wisdom at such a young age to realize the importance of happiness. I am hoping we can connect during one of your stops in LA, I realize you have so many people to see but I would love to have you and your mom for coffee/lunch or just a quick hug. Love & Laughter...
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