Rebecca Bellan

Rebecca Bellan is an adventurous independent writer from New York who specializes in adventure and budget travel, food and drink, culture, blogging and marketing copy. She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Journalism from Boston University in 2013. Since her graduation, Rebecca has been dedicated to traveling around the world and engaging in all different types of work, from freelance writing and bartending in the United States to teaching English in Poland and working in hostels in Sicily and Ecuador. She started her travelogue, Woman Wanders, last year before a backpacking trip through South America, and is soon moving to Australia in the hopes of continuing her travel writing career in a new environment.

9 signs you’re back in NYC

That time I was just another tourist where they filmed Game of Thrones

Why a man’s ‘compliment’ in Australia actually terrified me

Dear USA, I’m breaking up with you

23 superpowers you have if you’re from Boston

12 side effects I had as an American living in Melbourne

Dear travelers, please don’t visit Boston until you’ve understood these 10 things

6 issues millennials need to be looking out for this election

In Siem Reap you get hit up by begging kids all the time. Here’s how I dealt with it

I’ve waitressed in the US and Australia, here’s why Australia is way better. Hands down.

15 things you miss when you move away from Boston

25 signs it’s time to get the hell out of South America

8 reasons a work exchange is the best way to travel

Birthright is meant to strengthen your Jewish identity, here’s how it made mine shaky.

6 American habits I lost in Madrid

You’re a travel snob. Here’s how I know.

31 signs you grew up drinking in Boston

19 things Bostonians always have to explain to out-of-towners

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