Most people don’t travel off the typical tourist trail.
This June I’ll be leading my third travel tour of adults. We will be going to Italy to a favorite destination of the Italians – The Riviera dei Fiori, an off-the-tourist-trail experience like the Italians do.
Years ago, before our son was born, I led three teen trips to foreign countries: Guatemala, Jamica and Namibia, Africa. The focus of the trips were side-by-side service with local people, especially the other teens. Amazing connections were formed, even when there were language barriers. (To see more, visit http://youthbeyondborders.org/)
Another intention for me doing this work, was to help the teens learn to travel in a way I call, “close to the ground”, meaning meeting the people in each country and really getting to know them, to see how they lived. This provides a richer experience of the culture.
And that is what I invite you to experience on our trip this June. We’ll be going to the area of my husband’s family on the Mediterranean Coast of Italy. It’s a less-known area where Italians go for their vacations. to feel and experience the true essence of La Dolce Vita.
Our small-group travel tour will have 15-20 people. And if you’ve ever been on a small group tour, you know that you get a more personal experience than a big-bus tourist tour.
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