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Lori Allen

Lori Allen

Lori Allen is the Director of Great Escape Publishing, which publishes nearly thirty home-study programs, including The Ultimate Travel Writer's Program, Turn Your Pictures into Cash, Importing Fortunes and Leading Tours for Fun & Profit.

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Biggest confession:

I just pretend to be a perfect packer. In reality, I actually violate all my own rules for packing. I always overpack. I always forget to pack headache medicine (and I get a headache on nearly every trip). And I have no idea how to judge temperatures. If the weather report says 70 degrees, I don't know if that means shorts or pants, long sleeve or short. In the end I usually pack both and wear only a third of what I bring.

And since I'm already giving up my travel flaws, I should also mention that I get insanely motion sick when I travel and I never take anything for it. You'd think I'd carry Dramamine or Bonine with me wherever I go (even a short taxi ride makes me dizzy). But no, I never remember it. I guess the saving grace is that if I ever get sick, I've got enough clothes in my bag to change.

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