Join us on October 18, 2011 for our nationwide Meet, Plan, Go! events.
At every event will be individuals who have fulfilled their own dreams of traveling around the world, or are currently in the planning stages. Their real-life stories include an understanding of the unique challenges that all long-term travelers must overcome in order to claim their freedom on the road. And they appreciate the unbelievable triumphs of realizing one’s dream of a long-term international adventure.
If you are tired of two weeks of vacation time and want to break away from the cube to explore the world, then don’t miss out on this event.
View the inspiring panel in Los Angeles here. And be sure to check out our casual meetups in the time leading up to the October event.
**Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Books to Bhutan Library Project. The library space has been donated so Books to Bhutan can help build the shelves, stock them, train local people to run the library and more.**
ABOUT YOUR HOSTS
Lisa and George Rajna spent eleven months wandering Southeast Asia from Indonesia to Mongolia where they fell in love, got engaged, and now as a married couple are writing a book about their journey.
Lisa is an accomplished travel agent, blogger, speaker, science teacher and member of the Traveler’s Century Club, a unique travel club limited to travelers who have visited one hundred or more countries. Look for her underwater as a PADI divemaster, in the science lab at the Brawerman Elementary School, or in Brentwood at Simply Science Camp. Lisa’s monthly column, “Science and Your Child,” can be found at LA Mom Magazine. She also writes for the travel section at Technorati.com and blogs on the Jewish Journal, WeSaidGoTravel and WeSaidGoScience.
George is a bilingual speech therapist who has traveled to 100 countries across six continents. He composes music on the guitar and ukulele, and spent two years working in rural education for Peace Corps Paraguay. George recently took a career break for one year in Asia and can’t wait to take another extended travel adventure to exotic locations.Twitter: @wesaidgotravel | Facebook: We Said Go Travel
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