If you're an aspiring Independent Female Traveller (good for you!), here's what you need to know.
Sarah Theeboom is an Australian food, culture and travel writer who currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. She has traversed the globe twice, visiting 34 countries over two years. In between trips she writes for publications such as the Guardian, Rolling Stone, Time Out New York and Gourmet Traveller. The more of the world she sees, the more she realizes how big it is and how much of it she has yet to visit. Yoga helps her cope with her FOMO. Her dream destination is Antarctica, partly because of the landscape and wildlife, and partly because it’s the only continent she hasn’t been to yet.
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