What my friends say about Tribes and Minorities

What my friends say about Tribes and Minorities

About Stephanie

It is very heart warming to see someone not from India, spreading love for India.

I have always admired you for it and with this article, I know that I am not the only one.

Thank you so much for sharing the brighter side of life in my country. 🙂

Ami Bhat – Thrilling Travel

It’s amazing that you’re using your voice and audience to promote a great message of love.

These are the keys to cultural appreciation and this is precisely why we travel.

Keep doing what you’re doing! 🙂

Sally – Passport and Plates

Fanny is just about the most amazing host you could ever hope for!

We saw many great Basque country sites, including festivals, mountain towns, the coast, and more.

I enjoyed sharing travel stories and hearing about her adventures in Asia.

Stephanie is an exuberant person, helpful, energetic, and fun to be around.

I hope to see one another in France or perhaps even in Asia one day!

Monica Antonazzo – Asheville USA (Couchsurfing review)

What an inspiring story of giving back through travel.

Raising awareness of real values is so important in this day and age.

Sometimes I despair at what is going on in the world today.

You are spreading a very important message through your work.

Please keep it up!

Nikki Godwin – Where is Noodles

Stephanie, you now become a rockstar, you too coming in the Indian newspaper, just like our prime minister…

Keep doing the good work of making underprivileged live’s better.

God bless you with more strength and more happiness.

Saroj Mahanta

What a perfect analysis of how one can be perceived by a group and how to leverage that trust to share their stories and positively influence a whole world of travelers.

I particularly love that you’re able to share stories and broaden the views of children.

It’s amazing when one can be respected and at the same time publicly promote a culture, both for awareness and to increase tourism in a dignified manner.

One more reason we love following your travels and work.

Rob Taylor – 2 Travel Dads

Spreading tolerance and respect is so important!

I had a bad traveling experience when I was young that left me distrustful and nervous when traveling.

When I found the courage to open myself up to new people and experiences I discovered how beautiful and rewarding traveling can be.

Jen – Our Family Travel Adventures

You have taken travel to an altogether different plane and have been doing an admirable job, there are not many of your tribe, i can only say, may your tribe increase 🙂

Vyjay Rao – IM Voyager

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