Reneé Alexander’s first road trip took place on a motorcycle, at the tender age of 4. Sandwiched between her mother and father, straddling the saddle of a Yamaha, she and her entire family set out on a midnight run to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Since then, she has driven across America with a dog, two cats, and three snakes; commandeered camper vans through New Zealand and Australia; crossed the Guatemala/Honduras border in the back of a pick-up truck; and co-piloted a tuk-tuk 2,000 miles across India. Currently, she is traveling the world for a year with no specific agenda.
Articles by Renee Alexander
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