Travelers are a tribe. And no matter where you go, even if it is just to the office every day, you will find that they gravitate to one another. Such is the case with Deb of Edge of Wonder Travels. Deb is a traveler by nature, it is in her very soul, however like me, she has a day job and it just so happens she heads to the same spot I do every day.
And while this little ole blog here is what keeps my creative juices going, for Deb it is helping others create amazing travel memories and experiences that are beyond the ordinary. She spends her nights, weekends and every spare moment in between (I don’t know when she sleeps) working on other people’s dream trips. She is an affiliate for an exclusive company, Largay Travel, an award-winning, full-service Virtuoso travel agency and a member of the Tzell Travel Group. All that to say that she is damn good at what she does (I know, she has rescued me a few times!).
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She is also a traveler and her photos from her trip to Iceland and Greenland this past year ignited a fire in Mr. Misadventures heart!
I was thrilled that she could find a tiny bit of time in her day to answer my Traveler Tuesday questions!
 When and how did you become a traveler?
I think I was born traveling. I was born in Oregon, but my parents were both from the East Coast and decided to return, so I took my first cross-country roadtrip when I was less than 6 months old. I took my first fully independent journey when I was 15, and haven’t stopped moving since!
 What is travel to you in 10 words or less?
Travel teaches, enriches, and challenges like nothing else.
 What is your favorite mode of transportation and why?
Sailing. And I don’t mean like mega-cruise-ship sailing, but small sailboats or catamarans. I love being on the water… There’s so much peace and perspective that come with being at sea that feeds my soul.
 What do you typically do while traveling by plane?
Depends on the length of the flight, but I’m always prepared with my iPad, noise-cancelling earphones (a MUST on long flights), and a paperback or two (yes, I still read actual, printed books).
 What is your favorite travel memory involving food?
Sailing through Thailand where we ate freshly prepared Thai food by our very own (and very awesome) onboard Thai chef. I have never had its equal since.
 What is one blogging tip or lesson that you have learned along the way that you can share with my readers?
Be real. People respond to people being who they really are…and people know when you’re not. No one’s perfect, so don’t try to be!
 Where to next?
I have a long bucket list, but right now I’m trying to figure out my birthday trip for March which will probably be Hawaii. I have a couple of other big trips looming, but I haven’t finalized plans yet so stay tuned for more on those destinations!
You can keep up with Deb (or get travel planning help) on Edge of Wonder Travels, follow her on Facebook, check out her photos on Instagram and check out her chatter on Twitter. Wherever you catch her, I am sure you will enjoy her adventures!