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Third Culture Kid on the Road

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View from the roof of my apartment. Paris’ architecture (see Sacre Coeur in the background) enchanted me.

Having lived in five different countries before turning 20; definitely makes someone a third culture kid, a global nomad. Discover how life has taken Anke Ernst everywhere and why she cannot think of a life without travelling in our latest on the road interview!

Tell us a bit about yourself and how you started to travel. Do you remember your 1st travel experience? Why are you (if that’s so…) passionate about travelling?

I never started to travel. I was born in Lomé (Togo) as a child of German parents. Since the very first second of my life the so called “traveling” has been my life. It wasn’t until the age of 19 after I had lived in Panama, Spain and Germany that I discovered what “home” means. By then I was living in Bangkok (Thailand) and was homesick for the first time in my life.

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