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  1. Stefany

    Great post Kiersten. I love posts like these! I am also a full time traveller, I live half the year in various countries in Africa for work. The biggest issue I see is the plastic water bottles left everywhere especially in Tunisia. They are piled up like mountains. The beach is like an ashtray 🙁

    That being said, do you have any tips on how to get clean water to fill up your reusable bottle when travelling?

    • The Blonde Abroad

      Hi Stefany! Plastic water bottles are a serious issue. There are some brands of water bottles that will filter the water for you to make it drinkable — but most of the places I’ve been usually have potable water. Have you discovered any tips that work for you?

  2. mark

    Awesome! You have done a great work to reuse the waste items. Not only you have reduced the waste but also you make new items to use the privous one. I like your effort more.

    • The Blonde Abroad

      Thanks so much for the kind words, Mark!

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