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  1. tmlwrites
    March 6, 2019 @ 7:27 pm

    Carol – LOVE THIS, and congrats on the tour company! I’m sure you will do well with this endeavor, but I especially love the last two lines of this post and I feel exactly the same way. In fact, I may have to borrow that last line myself, ahem, as it certainly describes my own situation as well. Still writing at a snail’s pace while I work at earning ‘real money’ with my other passion as a meeting planner. The words are still flowing, just at a slower and less productive ‘wog’ which is a combination of a walk and a jog. Anyway, good luck and keep posting so we can continue following your adventures!

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    • Carole Rosenblat
      March 7, 2019 @ 4:39 am

      Thanks so much. It’s scary but I need to do something to supplement the lousy writer’s salary, so why not do something else I love, introducing people to new places and experiences and helping women empower themselves. And I’m so excited to support female-owned businesses. Also,just throwing it out there, if you need anyonsite management of any meetings, or help otherwise, I spent 14 years doing that. And, if you or any women you know are interested in coming on a Drop Me Anywhere trip, let’s definitely talk.

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    • Carole
      June 26, 2019 @ 1:36 pm

      Just asking if you can please resubscribe as I think all of my followers were lost in the great migration.

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  2. Wendy Gallagher
    March 27, 2019 @ 11:06 pm

    Love this theme: When you want to travel solo, but not alone. I’d be interested in international touring.

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    • Carole Rosenblat
      March 28, 2019 @ 4:07 am

      Thanks Wendy – for reading, commenting, and showing interest. I plan to do some international trips as I’m an international tour guide and have traveled to 64 countries. I’m currently in Budapest (a favorite) and was just approved for a temporary Hungarian residency to research some travel articles. The first international trip will most likely be to Colombia as I have great female contacts there and love to have everyone experience the Corcora Valley. I’d also love to do an Eastern European trip. And I have women friends who are guides in Panama and Costa Rica so would love to have them lead a trip. To help me plan things people might be interested in, where would be your top 3 locations to travel with a group of other women?

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