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Always follow your heart.

Follow your heart on exciting adventures. Follow your heart to embody beauty. Follow your heart to leave your mark on this world. Follow your heart to live exquisitely.

I have followed my heart. Through travel, languages, photography, glass and jewelry design, I integrate my passions… for you.  Revel in my acute sense of wonder for life and adventurous spirit. Utilize my ability to improvise and meet unexpected events with clarity of mind, open heart, and willingness to find a solution.

Join me in one of these to deepen your travel experiences through creativity.

One World Heart Travel

Multilingual & Multicultural Small Group & Individual Travel You can email me: LarissaRolley  [@]  outlook.com

Through travel, I believe in connecting people.

With a boutique-minded approach, I create multilingual, multicultural, authentic experiences. I also photograph this beautiful world.

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