1 In Travelling

Consumed by wanderlust

Seeing the world… Experiencing new styles of living, meeting new people, eating new food. I can’t get enough of it. I’m fascinated… Well… Addicted even! It’s wanderlust!

I can’t remember exactly when I found out the “bug” existed. Maybe it was there all along… Maybe I’ve always wanted to see more.

Sitting in the same chair, living in the same place for the rest of my life, having the same job, the same car, eating at the same restaurant… It was never enough!
I’ve always wanted to see everything, to go everywhere, experience the unknown, force myself slightly outside of my comfort zone. #BeFreeeeee

As a teen, I remember setting myself a goal: life’s too short and I want to see as much of the world as possible. Since I don’t know if we get a second chance at living on this planet, I either see it “now” or it might never happen again. And I don’t want to leave with the regret of what I didn’t do or see.

Travelling doesn’t happen as often as I’d like to, but I can’t complain too much (well, I shouldn’t complain at all, but #FirstWorldProblems, right?). When we really enjoy something, no matter how much we do it, it’s never really enough. And whenever I can, I travel!
It’s a big part of who I am. Travelling is something that defines me. I’m a traveller.

I’m also a total believer that we don’t need a lot of money to travel. And I’m lucky enough that we don’t travel with as much of a tight budget as I used to before.

The only thing you really need is to have the guts to GO!

I’ve seen 13 European cities in 15 days with little more than 600€ (everything included). It is possible to see a lot with not a lot cash!

I will share those moments with you, suggest the places I’ve been and let you know what I’d do differently if I could do it again. Every trip is a trip, we all travel with different expectations, but I hope the knowledge I have gained can help you in some way.

I’ll start by letting you know how I managed to travel around Europe on a tight budget, where I’ve been and what I’ve learned from that trip.

Welcome aboard people of the world! I hope you enjoy being a part of my journey.


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1 Comment

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    catia soares
    13th December 2016 at 5:05 pm

    I bet they will! 😉 looking forward to new and more posts!

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