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Alex Schnee

Alex Schnee
Alex is the Editorial Manager at Passion Passport. She's Montana-born, a New York dreamer, and a citizen of the world. She loves connecting with other cultures through food, adventure, sustainability, and photography.
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A Guide to Running While You Travel

Traveling is an enriching experience, just like running. Both actions ennoble the mind, lift the spirit, and broaden horizons. Imagine what benefits you could reap for your mind and body if you started running...
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Miami on a Budget: Free Things to Do

Miami is one of the hottest tourist destinations in the United States, and for good reason. There is still the unfortunate perception that Miami is exclusively for high-rollers and big spenders, but this isn't...
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Why Overtourism Is Every Traveler’s Problem

Can you imagine a world without giraffes on the African savannah? How about the beaches at Maya Bay completely closed off to visitors because there are just too many of them? You might be...
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A Night at the Museum: Hotels Highlighting Artwork

Visiting museums might be a favorite part of travel for many art lovers, but some hotels are looking to take that same experience to a new level -- by incorporating it into their lobbies...
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Is It Safe to Travel to Egypt?

‘What am I doing?’ I thought. ‘I can’t believe I left without my boyfriend.’ I was about a ten-minute walk from our hotel. The WiFi had gone out in the building and we had no...
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How Smartphones Can Create Healthy Travel Habits

The act of using a mobile device has been integrated into our daily lives. Communication, convenience, and connections all make certain day-to-day activities easier than ever from anywhere in the world. Working hand-in-hand with...
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How Hiking in Guatemala Almost Ruined My Relationship

It was getting harder to breathe, and I could feel the loose volcanic tuff of Mount Acatenango in my hiking boots. I had taken them off a half-dozen times to get rid of the...


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