Hi Adventure Philanthropists!
Am off and running this week, with nine speeches scheduled at New York-area schools. From the ultra fancy Greenwich Country Day School (alma mater of George H. W. Bush), to the second-graders at PS 127 in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, I’m out spreading the story of the “Adventure Philanthropist!”
Have a child, niece or grandson in school? Would love to go and speak with their class too! Just drop me a note at: Erin@GoErinGo.com.
All in all, having big fun in the Big Apple!
And now for our articles this week:
The more I speak with students, the more I start to see myself as a grown-up version of Dora the Explorer! The students are super engaged and asking all kinds of fun questions. Here’re 3 of my favorite:
Either you love train travel or you don’t. I do, and so was completely enthralled during my 3-plus weeks riding the rails from Beijing, through Mongolia, to St. Petersburg, Russia. While taking the Trans-Siberian, there are three main “rules” to keep in mind for your own health and welfare:
Photo of the Week: Coptic Monastery, Aswan, Egypt
I took this photo during a camel ride on the western shore of the Nile outside the southern Egyptian city of Aswan. This Coptic monastery (the largest Christian Church in the Middle East) was sitting on a hill in the distance, catching the light of the setting sun.
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So psyched to have met up with fellow travelers here in NYC, including Courtney & Adam & baby Jasper from my Milford Trek in New Zealand’s South Island more than 2 years ago and Antoinette, my good buddy whom I met first in Buenos Aires and then again while hiking in Patagonia. The traveler circle is small!
See you on the road! Erin