Itching to travel and two weeks of corporate vacation just isn't enough?
At a transitional point in your life and trying to figure out 'what next'?
Ever wonder how you could escape your cube and travel the world? Come meet people who can show you how they did it and inspire you to stop dreaming and start planning!
Meet, Plan, Go welcomes veteran career breakers and newbie world travelers alike to join us at our Bay Area happy hour in San Francisco. The topic of the evening will focus on how to budget for long term travel, pre, post and during your trip. Steve Cordis, a long term travel veteran extraordinaire will be sharing his travel budgeting wisdom and stories. There will also be plenty of time for Q&A, so bring your questions!
The evening will be casual and fun, but rest assured you’re going to receive lots of helpful information, enjoy good brew and meet folks with similar loves and passions as you.
Save this date and come join us on May 13th at 111 Minna!
You can find 111 Minna between Mission and Howard in the SoMa district of downtown San Francisco, walking distance from the Moscone Center, Yerba Buena Gardens, SF MOMA and the Embarcadero.111 Minna is just a 5 minute walk south from the Montgomery BART station.
Click here for directions. Note that the venue is 21+
Drinks are available for purchase.
ABOUT YOUR HOSTS
Ted Beatie was born with the soul of an adventurer and is happiest when he's off the beaten track. His favorite places include the Sahara desert, 100 feet underwater among the coral reefs of Fiji, Southeast Asia, and Burning Man. While he calls himself a diver, firedancer, aerial acrobat, technologist and cyclist, his true passion is showing people a hidden side of the world, through his photography and writing. He is a contributing editor for Rolf Potts' Vagabonding Blog, and curates Case Studies of long term travelers. His latest adventure is learning how to be a father to a precocious 21-month-old girl, named for a Moroccan desert sunrise.
Ashley Garver made the switch from an under stimulated, disconnected work-a-holic into a joyously free-spirited world-class wanderer. With a full backpack and a sublet apartment, she spent ten introspective months traveling alone throughout Southeast Asia, India, and Europe. She studied yoga, eastern healing modalities, meditation, and — most importantly — herself. Ashley detoxed her body, shaved her head, biked through the ancient temples of Angkor Wat, and volunteered at a yoga retreat in Portugal for a month. During her journey of self-discovery, Ashley realized that, with love and honesty, she is capable of just about anything.
Carrie Williams recently returned to the Bay Area after 3 month career break to Switzerland, Canada, and a road trip covering most states in the Pacific and Mountain time zones. She's a veteran career breaker and veteran road-tripper. Her road trip skills are so good that upon return from her most recent break, she got snapped up by a Bay Area tech start-up to help them plan a corporate grass roots marketing road trip. She's known for taking to anybody and being "the weaver" that brings various social circles together.
Venue Ph: (415) 974-1719