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Your favourite travel stories/images/destinations

Yay - it's Throwback Thursday. By now, you may have all heard about our bi-weekly Coffee Corner Meet Up’s that we’re hosting for you, the community! I hope you all read Julia Russo's blog post about the last Coffee Corner Meet Up Vol 4. In there, my topic of the breakout room was announced: Lost in Thought - Your Favourite Travel Destination(s) which was about mentally traveling together (as we are currently not able to do so physically) and we just want to still talk about different countries, places that we like and miss at the moment and want to visit soon.

I myself like traveling (who doesn’t really) and I love looking at my pictures from previous vacations to wallow in memories. So therefore, we thought to why not share with the community and ask community members to share their favourite places and travel destinations with us. In my blog post about my breakout session I asked community members to share their favourite places in images with us. Thank you Matt Fraser, Vivek Prabhu, and Bärbel Winkler who already participated and shared their images and adventurous stories with us. I very much enjoyed looking at the images you shared and having those interactions with you. For those who missed it, we exchanged about the best camera equipment to take with us on our next adventure, we drove through the savannah in Africa, escaped to the Cordillera de Guanacaste in Costa Rica, and to the beaches of India. Hence, I wanted to further invite you all here in the Coffee Corner to share your experience of past travels and/or wish list of future travels!

Also, I hope to see you all in our next Coffee Corner Meet Up #5 coming up tomorrow, Friday October 30th! Check out my blog post to know what is waiting for you, or if you rather spontaneous and like to let be surprised, allow your imaginary full bent and register now.


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