I think I was 8 when I read "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and that's when it all started. I grew up reading quite a few other books but all of them led me to the firm belief I wanted to be an adventurer when I grew up. I was heartbroken when they told me that wasn't a profession.
Then I wanted to be an archeologist, a ballerina, a lawyer, an entrepreneur. But whatever the dream at the time, it always felt like a foreign narrative. So now I am a storyteller. Some stories are happy, some are sad, but the only truly bad story is the untold one.
This is not exactly a travel blog. It's a story of how a girl discovered she didn't need to put a name to the passion for the road and that it was okay to not know where you're headed. It's about the stories that shape us - those that stay with us long after we've closed the book. And obviously, my stories.
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Read what you want, take whan you can, leave tips and suggestions if you feel like it and make sure that when you travel, you're not scared to dive in and experience everything this world has to offer!
(that sounds cheezy, I know.)
Soooo... remember that newsletter from that awfully serious news webpage you subscribed to that you get every day but you don't read and it starts piling up and makes you feel like a total failure for not making the time to read it?
This is not that newsletter.
I am lazy, so at best you might get one per month. Eventually.
But it will probably be a cute flight deal I found because to be honest I browse through travel deals way more than I can actually afford to travel.
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