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I am absolutely delighted to be featured in the latest issue of Girl Gone International magazine.

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Sandboarding in Dubai was hot as heck but fun.

Girl Gone International Features Traveling Well For Less

My sandboarding adventure in Dubai is featured in “6 Adventures to Try Before You Die” in the Travel and Adventure section.

The Dubai trip was my second visit to the United Arab Emirates on a $274 round-trip ticket on United Airlines (Wideroe mistake fare) from Los Angeles to Dubai.  And unlike the Christmas miracle US to the world from $178, the Wideroe deal earned redeemable and elite qualifying miles which I leveraged to earn United Airlines 1K status.

Girl Gone International magazine is a travel and lifestyle online digital worldwide magazine that’s published quarterly.

And because it’s digital you can read it anywhere and use it as a reference without having to keep piles of magazines lying around.

Although GirlGI magazine is targeted for women who work, travel or study internationally, guys will benefit from the articles too!

 

Featured in Girl Gone International Traveling Well For Less

Traveling Well For Less featured in Girl Gone International Magazine

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