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Do you have a travel story that changed your life? We want to hear it


Have you ever fallen in love on a train to Vienna? Hitchhiked with an unlikely best friend to get home in time for the holidays? Running away from everything with just a backpack on your shoulders and finding yourself along the way?

Do you have a travel story that changed your life?

In 2016, a couple from Oakland, California, turned a vacation in Spain into a new life there full-time after admire the sights and sounds of the town of Ronda, near the Strait of Gibraltar.

The year before, a woman from Portland, Ore., lost at Honolulu airportfound herself fascinated by the beautiful and courteous flight attendant who helped her find her boarding gate, and later became her husband in 2018.

And in 2022, a Swedish martial artist turned chef started working at Villa Frantzen, one of Bangkok’s two Nordic restaurants, years after booking a one-way flight to the Thai capital, just a day after graduating from high school.

Four years after the sharp decline, then recovery, of international travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new era of globe-trotting adventures (and misadventures) is upon us.

As families reunite, a new generation of backpackers head abroad, and remote work opens the door to taking up challenges and seeking greener pastures, it’s only a matter of time before travelers of all kinds stumble upon souvenirs that they will take with them. forever.

And whether your story of wonder, woe, or discovery happened during this new era of travel or years ago, we want to hear it.

Share your story by emailing us at dotcom@bellmedia.ca with your name, general location and phone number in case we want to follow up. Your comments may be used in a CTVNews.ca article.

With CNN files


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