Pamela is an amateur travel blogger, that uses media to create awareness and stimulate conversation regarding ocean conservation, sustainable travel, and women traveling alone. While these may seem to contradict, she believes that through the understanding of different cultures, she can bring these topics front and center. She finished her master’s in Environmental Management and Sustainable Development in a dual degree program from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas and Université Catholique de l’Ouest in Angers, France. She grew up in Cali (Colombia), she attended high school in Morristown (NJ), she did her undergrad at Ithaca College (Ithaca, NY), she studied abroad in Berlin (Germany), she often travels to tropical destinations such as the Dominican Republic and Mexico. She had the amazing opportunity to live in Angers, France and travel through Europe a second time. She also lived in Costa Rica where she completed an internship with Pretoma/CREMA and Turtle-Trax. She is currently living in Shanghai, China teaching English to primary school students.
Sabrina is 24, from England and in her second year of teaching English in Shanghai, China. She loves history, travel, life and education. She enjoys embracing new cultures, languages, customs, and meeting new people from different backgrounds. Thus Sabrina's job, teaching in China (one of the oldest countries), has been perfect to combine all her passions of teaching, history, and traveling. Sabrina has been able to travel a lot due to her convenient location in China and then using money saved from working to travel parts of Europe during her Summer in England. In the past year and a half Sabrina has visited Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Korea, Japan, Amsterdam, Madrid, Indonesia, Macau, Hong Kong and many, beautiful cities in China. Sabrina is independent, passionate and daring. She mostly travels alone, but never feels alone due to making so many friends during her travels. She is currently embarking on her SOLO adventure in Sri Lanka and India for 7 weeks!