When I decided to state the issue of limited travel options for certain nationalities, I didn't want to be all negative and winge about it during my whole takeover of the account. I simply wanted to share my travel story like we all do here and state something that was such a big part of all my travels, something I knew many of this community were going through, a hidden side of travel that is so important and life changing, an issue that pretty much drew my itinerary from the beginning of my travels, and I'm not complaining about that.
Every challenge, every visa done, granted or completely rejected made me stronger and a REAL traveller, I started having interest in some countries politics that I never thought I'd read about simply because their immigration laws affected me, I visited loved and lived in places I never thought I'd ever see because they let me in easily to their land. 🙏
Every step of my travels taught me so much, I grew as a person, as a spirit, as a soul which made all of the struggles absolutely worth it. 💓
Thank you for giving me this opportunity @girlslovetravel, this was truly magical. Thank you GLT sisters for all your messages, comments and following of @forkinating . I hope I can inspire and support more of you, meet more of you and share my story tips and experiences with all of you. I knew I wasn't alone in this 💗 💐
Thank you for this! I am always so thankful to have a passport and be able to travel. I have many brothers and sisters who are undocumented and can’t go back to their countries and / travel to new horizons it’s heart breaking. They have the money and the dreams but are not allowed.