With their 28th birthdays looming, three friends quickly rocketing towards management positions, mortgages, and marriages, all share a similar fear: Is this what they want, or what they think they should want?

Feeling in serious need of perspective, they decide to leave it all behind, quit their jobs, and begin an epic search for meaning and enlightenment. Traveling 60,000 miles around the world, from the mountains and jungles of South America to the beaches of Australia, passing through Kenya, India, Southeast Asia, and New Zealand along the way, the trio will not only find themselves, but a lifelong friendship.

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    “For anyone-young or old, female or male-who has ever been tempted to trade in the rat race for the thrill and adventure of long-term global travel. And after reading this book, don’t be surprised if you want to do just that.” — David Farley, author of An Irreverent Curiosity

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Join The Runaway Bridesmaids Team!

The Lost Girls are gathering a Runaway Bridesmaids team to put old dresses back to use by running in them (yes, guys too!) and collecting pledges (click here to donate!) to help fight sex trafficking. The money goes to Village Volunteers‘ (the organization that we volunteered with in Kenya) partner New Light—an organization providing shelter, healthcare, education, and HOPE for the children of sex workers in India’s largest red light district.

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    Plan Your Own Lost Girls Getaway!

    Want the inside scoop on planning your first LG adventure abroad?

    Check out The Lost Girls Ultimate Guide to First Time Travel to get info on the hottest first-time traveler destinations, tips on saving for your getaway, advice on booking flights, what-to-pack info, how to stay connected and more.

    Stop dreaming - start planning!
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