Designed from decades of travel experience, Mejo offers a sweet method for getting the most out of any trip. These travel memoir journals provide a break from technology and develop the inner journey that is sparked by new surroundings. Mejo is a tangible system for keeping the memory of the trip alive through simple treasures found and recorded along the way.
Mejo begins as an itinerary and organizer.
It serves as a guidebook and journal.
It becomes a treasure chest of memories.
It ends as a personal travel memoir.
It keeps your travel experience alive forever.
Mejo is an invitation to take your adventure further.
Mejo is what you make of it. Each book is as individual as the traveler who uses it. The thoughtfully designed layout provides organized room for itinerary details, important travel information, wish lists of activities and food to try, and places to record daily thoughts and impressions. Mejo helps you get the most out of your journey, and when you get home, you'll bring your experiences with you.
Where in the world will you take your Mejo?
I am a writer and teacher who has traveled the globe leading tours to study everything from classic art in Europe to Grey whales in Baja. I've trekked the Moroccan Sahara by camel to watch the sun rise over the red sand dunes, hiked across blue glaciers in Antarctica between penguin rookeries, visited remote islands in French Polynesia to dive with sharks, and interviewed contemporary authors in China for an E.E. Ford Fellowship research project. I have led small groups to walk between villages along the Southwest Coast Path in Cornwall, explore islands in the Adriatic and Aegean Seas, learn to cook homemade ravioli on the Amalfi Coast, and share my favorite cafés and museums in London, Paris, Rome, and Manhattan. I take a Mejo on every trip; they are my favorite keepsake.
Repeated requests from fellow travelers and friends to design a book they could use on their trips inspired me to launch Mejo and share this system with them. I hope it enriches your travels, too.
Street Art in Santiago, Chile
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