Comments to our blog “Travel: The Bridge to Friendship.”

November 05, 2012

Gratitude - This Dawn #8

We received a few comments on our Facebook page about our recent blog “Travel: The Bridge to Friendship” (11/01/12) which we’d like to share with you. Please feel free to comment on our blog page and share our posts. Thank you.

“Let me first start by saying how much I love your blogs Jasmin. This one is so exotic and fabulous!! And I love that you had your ears pierced by a Farsi-speaking English nurse on safari in Africa. I grew up in Israel my family is Romanian, but was exposed to so many fascinating other cultures, Like: Bulgarian, Moroccan, Turkish ,Farsi, Yemen, Arab Polish and so on and so on. Tried so many different foods and music, movies. I love learning about other cultures. Can you imagine someone’s world that is not willing to be exposed to so many amazing new things, and only their culture matters? I can’t! We all are so different, but like you said, so much alike. Love your stories about traveling and love, love, love this blog!”
~Zissy Rosen (Los Angeles, CA)

“I love your blog. I call myself a global nomad.”
~Patricia Mlatac (Cape Town, S. Africa)

“Lovely article. I now wish I’d sent my boys to boarding schools also. I really didn’t appreciate the experience at the time, but I do now. One hears so many horror stories from kids who had bad experiences with authority figures during childhood that one can become unduly wary. Keep up the good work.”
~Jabin Jalil

“I think travel does broaden the horizens (sic.) but I would never send my children to boarding school – I think children should be with their families and travel with them until they are older and can travel alone. I liked my time at CTS but as the years pass it is easy to remember the nice things and forget the homesickness and being away from family and friends – there were many unhappy girls there just desparate (sic.) to go home – just saying!”
~Elaine Erskine

“Nice blog post – enjoyed reading it. Funny the stories we take for granted as parts of our childhood are actually quite exotic and interesting! Hey, I love soaptopia too!’
~Bianca Bagatourian (Los Angeles, CA)

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