Total countries visited: 60
What makes you interesting:
I would say the way I travel. I always say I’m more a traveller than a tourist. I try to avoid hostels/hotels as much as I can since I love staying with locals. It is an amazing way to really experience the culture and to understand the country. I have stayed with locals all over the world, from Rapa Nuis in Easter island
to amazing Persian families in Iran. From Bedouins in the Sahara desert to a Yapese family in the small island of Yap, Micronesia
. These and many other experiences have enriched me so much and have made me have a better understanding of the world we live in.
What brands do you love.
Not sure on what subjects the question is referring to but, for example for photography, I’m totally a Nikon
girl. I also love analogue photography and I have a few cameras that I adore, like the Diana F+ of Lomography
, and the Fuji Instax Mini, of Fuji
#1 thing you must do when travelling. taking pictures. I’m a photography lover and even though I’m still learning, it has become a passion. I love street photography the most. Capturing the streets, full of life, and the people doing living their lives, is amazing.
If your personality was a city or a country, which one would it be? Australia. I love the Australian way of life. The country is beautiful and they are use to do so many outdoor activities: surf, bbqs, yoga on the beach, etc. I also really like how much they care of their environment and the nature.
What have you learned about yourself during your travels? I learned to love myself the way I am and to have trust and confidence in myself. Usually girls are very insecure of their bodies and so I was. But I learned that everybody is unique and beautiful the way it is and if I don’t love and take care of myself, who is going to do it?
I also learned that I’m capable of doing anything that I desire. You just need to trust in yourself and work, and keep working and believing in yourself even when you are going to rough times.
Describe the last time you have tried something new. Recently I tried the van life for 2 weeks. I lived and travelled in a self made van around the South of Australia for 2 weeks. It was such a great experience that in the next 2-3 years I’m planning to buy a bus, reconvert it and live there on a permanent basis.
What is your favourite passport stamp. the one I got on Easter island. Is not an official stamp since the island is part of the Chilean territory, but you could stamp your passport on the arrival to the island, so I did.
What is the most interesting food you have ever tried?
I tried rat meat in Mekong Delta, Vietnam
. Iwas impressed at how delicious it was and I recommend to everybody to try it.
Fiji Islands. Can’t wait!