Pamela Edmondson used slow travel as a tool to get out of a panic disorder. She says, “slow travel found me.” Pamela has lived a turbulent life, growing up in Lebanon, emigrating to the USA, and then booking a one-way ticket to Aotearoa. We exchange stories on what it’s like to travel with anxiety and depression, because, “no matter where you go, there you are.” Pamela shares how slow travel allows us to access the present moment, practice gratitude and reconnect with nature, others and ourselves. She shares helpful and practical tips for your slow travel journey, to step away from the fast-paced world and live in the moment.
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