People you meet while traveling: The friend who appears when you need it the most

A brief break from Isolation in Ireland to give thanks to strangers turned friends/therapists that were present when I needed them the most. We’re never alone, even when we don’t know anybody – or in today’s wacky world, when we can’t see anybody. Can’t wait to have dinner together again!

Jess Travel Things #11: Knowing how to adjust your speech-to-gesture ratio

No jabs at all towards non-native English speakers – after trying to get by on Spanish in South America, I have loads of respect for travelers who learn another language to communicate while traveling. But you’d be surprised what you can communicate – and how much more fun you have – via only gestures!