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Rachel Heller
travel blogger, writer, traveler, Rachel's Ruminations
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About me

I was raised in the US, but live in the Netherlands. I quit my work as a teacher to travel as much as possible and blog at Rachel's Ruminations. I generally write about independent travel to historical sights/sites, focusing in on one experience at a time. I also sometimes write about my life as an expatriate.

What is your favorite travel destination?

anywhere I haven't been before!

Where do you dream of traveling to?

anywhere tropical, with bougainvillea, palm trees and coral reefs

What do you want to learn more about?

getting sponsorships for travel products and services, so I have more travel experiences to write about

Three words that describe why we should travel?

expanding cultural understanding

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  • Hi Danielle, I can't message you till you follow me back.

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    World Heritage Sites 11 months ago

  • I'd love that. Will message you with the info when I'm at my desk later today.

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    World Heritage Sites 11 months ago

  • The Mistaken Point article hasn't been written yet and no one has claimed it either, so if you'd like to write it, you're welcome to! I'll send you a message with my email address. Mail me so I can send you the guidelines.

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    World Heritage Sites 11 months ago

  • Thank you for offering! The article on Gros Morne is already published. Stonehammer is a Geopark, which is a whole other list I haven't started on yet. For now, I'm just doing the 1154 UNESCO World Heritage sites and will eventually move on to the tenta... show more

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    World Heritage Sites 11 months ago

  • Thanks, Scott! UNESCO isn't intended to promote tourism. It's intended to designate and preserve places that are important to humanity in one way or another. So it makes sense that their site doesn't give the sort of practical info that travelers want. ... show more