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  • Rachel Kowalczyk

    Rachel Kowalczyk, Amble ResortsRachel travels constantly – she is transported around the world every day through the storytelling of a group of travelers, writers, and photographers she feels privileged to work with as Managing Editor for The Ambler. Since childhood, Rachel has been discovering the world through books – Bronte invited her to explore England’s misty moors; Mishima took her to the sacred temples of Kyoto; Tolstoy introduced her to the Russian countryside… and Amble Resorts’ own story – beginning with the discovery of Isla Palenque and continuing as a mission to bring other discerning travelers to the island’s shores – was a pretty remarkable one for her to walk into.

    All this fanciful nonsense aside, Rachel has seen most of the continental US, Mexico, and the Caribbean islands: she’s hiked down into the Grand Canyon, climbed up the steps of Chichen Itza, camped along the French Broad River, and stuck a limb in each of the Four Corners on her family’s “UtahVegaZona” trip. She’s also had the honor of singing with a Madrigal choir at the Vatican, and everything she’s seen of Europe has left her craving more.

    More than any other aspect of travel, Rachel loves to be humbled by the arresting beauty of larger-than-life landscapes. At age 8, Montana’s Big Sky Country opened wide her eyes, and ever since she has closed them to dream of her return. Living in Eugene, Oregon for a year confirmed her romance with the Pacific Northwest, and for some time now she has been claiming that her “retirement plan” is to become a Yellowstone park ranger.

    Awkward wildlife moment: Waking up to find the tent surrounded by sleeping bison and having to wait until they decided to get up.
    Favorite traveling-with-friends trip: Rome-Sorrento-Capri with my two best girlfriends right after the three of us graduated from high school.
    Recommended in-flight reading: Travels with Charley by Steinbeck. Works on Amtrak and Greyhound, too.
    Journey I’d most like to take: Retracing the route taken by Lewis & Clark and the rest of the Corps of Discovery.

    Browse Rachel’s posts on The Ambler.

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    1. Rachel Rachel Kowalczyk says:

      Hilarious, Melody! Had another incident with mules in Yellowstone. They poked their noses into the open car-window while my dad was behind his binoculars at a scenic overlook. Two snuffling wet mule noses nuzzling my sleeping nine-year-old face awake. I FREAKED OUT.

    2. Melody Miller says:

      How funny…sleeping bison all around your tent. I woke up once on the beach at Ellat on the Red Sea looking at the underside of a camel….long legs and knobby knees on either side of me and his nose ruffling through the back pack sitting at my head. Just exactly does one do? Like you, I waited–stone still– until he wandered off, the whole time thinking “no one is going to believe this”.

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    All this fanciful nonsense aside, Rachel has seen most of the continental US, Mexico, and the Caribbean islands: she's hiked down into the Grand Canyon, climbed up the steps of Chichen Itza, camped along the French Broad River, and stuck a limb in each of the Four Corners on her family's "UtahVegaZona" trip. She's also had the honor of singing with a Madrigal choir at the Vatican, and everything she's seen of Europe has left her craving more.
    
    More than any other aspect of travel, Rachel loves to be humbled by the arresting beauty of larger-than-life landscapes. At age 8, Montana’s Big Sky Country opened wide her eyes, and ever since she has closed them to dream of her return. Living in Eugene, Oregon for a year confirmed her romance with the Pacific Northwest, and for some time now she has been claiming that her "retirement plan" is to become a Yellowstone park ranger.
    
    Awkward wildlife moment: Waking up to find the tent surrounded by sleeping bison and having to wait until they decided to get up.
    Favorite traveling-with-friends trip: Rome-Sorrento-Capri with my two best girlfriends right after the three of us graduated from high school.
    Recommended in-flight reading: Travels with Charley by Steinbeck. Works on Amtrak and Greyhound, too.
    Journey I'd most like to take: Retracing the route taken by Lewis & Clark and the rest of the Corps of Discovery.
    
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Awkward wildlife moment: Waking up to find the tent surrounded by sleeping bison and having to wait until they decided to get up.
Favorite traveling-with-friends trip: Rome-Sorrento-Capri with my two best girlfriends right after the three of us graduated from high school.
Recommended in-flight reading: Travels with Charley by Steinbeck. Works on Amtrak and Greyhound, too.
Journey I'd most like to take: Retracing the route taken by Lewis & Clark and the rest of the Corps of Discovery.

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