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It’s Time to Start Traveling Differently

There are some who have crossed deserts, floated on ice caps, and cut their way through jungles but whose souls we would search in vain for evidence of what they have witnessed.” — Alain de Botton.

Aunty Kehau’s dark eyes lit up as she ushered my 10-year old son Nikko and I through the chain-linked enclosure. She threw back her long salt and pepper hair, pulled Nikko close, thanking him for…

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Award-winning writer specializing in regenerative travel, environmental solutions and parenting. Michele’s writing a book about mothering in the Anthropocene.

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Michele Bigley

Michele Bigley

Award-winning writer specializing in regenerative travel, environmental solutions and parenting. Michele’s writing a book about mothering in the Anthropocene.

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