Just some badass female travelers, that’s all.
We’ll start with the logo.
Swirls can be found throughout many indigenous cultures around the world – Aborigines, San Bushmen, Maoris, and almost all tribes throughout North, Central, and South America. It is one of the most common symbols used since the Paleolithic period of human history – and is still used today.
Various explanations derive from the swirls – as the sun, a source of water, and as unity, among many others. This particular symbol deviates from the aboriginal symbol – four women sitting together at a campsite.
So here we are. We’re recognizing women’s journeys around the world and their spiritual, cultural – and dare I say romantic – stories on Mother Earth, right here on this site.
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