What We Want We Knew Earlier than Transferring Overseas: Girls Who Journey Podcast


LA: It is humorous, once I’ve been serious about lastly attending to go dwelling, at any time when that shall be, I am already letting myself begin to get carried away. I am, “Oh effectively, once I’m again, that most likely signifies that different stuff has opened up. So possibly I am going to simply go to Paris for a few of it. After which I am going to have a weekend right here.” And I am like, “Oh my God, I am already doing it. I am already beginning to cram an excessive amount of into one journey.”

MC: You are already going to have an excessive amount of to do in London, anyway.

LA: I do know. I will be drunk more often than not I feel, like the remainder of the nation.

KM: One large celebration. Life and humanity.

MC: Rachel, you talked about that you’ve got seemed again possibly a few times because you moved, and have thought of what life seems like within the U.S. After the previous 12 months particularly, how has your relationship with residing overseas modified? And do you assume you’ve thought extra about transferring again to the U.S. or lower than you probably did earlier than?

RC: I’ve thought a lot much less about transferring again to the U.S. than I had earlier than, notably after the final 12 months in the US and the dealing with of the virus, sadly. I am actually glad issues are turning round, however I used to be in Germany, feeling very fortunate to reside right here, particularly the place healthcare is free. And we do not have to fret about among the issues that folks have to fret about in the US. I imply, I miss my household terribly—have not seen them in two years. That could be a actually robust half about residing overseas. In order quickly as I can journey once more, that’ll be primary precedence for certain. However I feel final 12 months was sort of, for everybody, a 12 months that disappeared. The whole lot you wished to do, nope, did not occur. So for me, they might put it in my second 12 months residing in Europe, so it was alleged to be full of exploring new nations, new cities, new seashores, et cetera, and none of that occurred. So I’ve to remain right here longer. There isn’t any option to go dwelling as a result of it could have been all for a waste.

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MC: That’s such a great perspective.

LA: Yeah. I really like the perspective.

MC: I really like that a lot. Katalina, how about you?

KM: Yeah. I feel equally for some many causes, however first seeing how the individuals of Nicaragua responded to the pandemic, was actually inspiring, as a result of they’re one of many poorest nations within the Western hemisphere. However nobody even thought twice about carrying a masks and defending one another in all the companies. The personal companies shut down inside weeks and did not open again up till June. And it was actually this sense of we’re on this collectively and we’ve obtained to deal with one another. It gave me hope for humanity, being in that atmosphere. And I feel being again in the US, in speaking to my household and associates, particularly proudly owning a journey firm, I might have most likely been in a really darker place, mentally. And so I’m very grateful for that.

And it is such a great reminder that the U.S., who possibly is likely one of the richest nations on the earth and has every thing at its disposal, can nonetheless mess issues up fairly horribly. And you may study so much from different nations and different residents, and different individuals about taking good care of one another, and taking good care of your neighborhood, and the individuals round you, and the worlds round you. And I feel I’ll endlessly be grateful that for almost all of the pandemic, I used to be in that atmosphere.

MC: Clearly you guys have been zipping round your respective continents, after which additionally staying very a lot put over the previous two, three years that you have been residing overseas. If individuals need to observe what the subsequent 12 months, two years, three years seems like for you, the place can they discover you on social media?

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KM: Yeah. My private Instagram is @theyoufinder and my firm’s at @elcaminotravel and on the @casavioleta. So I shall be conserving updated there.

RC: And I am at @rachelecoleman on Instagram and all different channels.

MC: I am @ohheytheremere.

LA: I am @lalehannah.

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