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Cate Brubaker is from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

About Cate Brubaker

Cate is a gypsy girl from a small town in Oklahoma. She grew up traveling with her family and continued that tradition as an adult. After studying at the University of Hawai'i and Beijing Foreign Studies University she met a man who loves to travel as much as she does and they were married on the roof of their apartment building in Taiwan.
Over the last two years Cate and her husband have visited four continents. They currently reside in Abu Dhabi and are looking forward to exploring Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. They share their home with a rescue kitty named Bean.

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