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  • Writer's pictureAlexis Dean

12 Countries in 12 Months: An Update!

Hey, travelers! It's been a few months since my last 'life" post, and I wanted to share an update on my "12 countries in 12 months" adventure. So far, I've visited France, Austria, Ireland, Wales, England, Scotland, and Morocco. Each country has been a unique experience, filled with new adventures and unforgettable memories. However, my journey is far from over.

In just a few weeks, I'll be touching down in Turkey for a 14-hour layover that includes a free tour of Istanbul. I'm excited to explore the city's vibrant culture, ancient landmarks, and delicious food. After that, I'll be flying back to the USA to spend some time with family and friends, along with starting on a new project I'm very happy to be a part of.

But my travels won't end there. In October and November, I'll be heading back to Morocco for another adventure with Damesly (women-only boutique small group trips) that I lead tours with. We'll explore Marrakech, the Atlas Mountains, and the Sahara Desert.

After that, I'll be off to Jordan and Egypt for the first time. I'm thrilled to see the pyramids, Petra, and experience the rich culture of these countries. The cherry on top is that my 30th birthday falls just 2 days after the end of our adventure in Egypt! I absolutely will be staying behind to celebrate in style on the nile. If anyone is interested in joining me on these adventures, there's still space available on these Damesly tours.

While my "12 countries in 12 months" adventure has been a whirlwind, I've learned so much about myself, the world, and the joy of travel. I've discovered that even with limited time and resources, it's possible to see and experience so much.

So, whether you're planning a weekend getaway or a long-term adventure, I encourage you to take the leap and explore this incredible world we live in. Happy travels!

To learn more about exploring Morocco, Jordan or Egypt with me in 2023: click this link or any click directly on the destinations above.

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