Safety in São Paulo

Hey peeps! I’m writing from Turin (Italy), the place that I used to call home for over 10 years and that I have to call home again. *sigh* I’m between jobs, so I can’t really go anywhere for now, though my nomadic instincts make me want to evade. I guess I’ll just enjoy the beautyContinue reading “Safety in São Paulo”

How I Afford to Travel – 7 Tips for Traveling on a Budget

When it comes to traveling, people sometimes ask me “What do you do?” or “What do your parents do?” – which translated means “How do you afford to travel so much?” Well it’s time to reveal the secret! And no, I’m not rich and I don’t sell drugs either! Many of my trips were/are studyContinue reading “How I Afford to Travel – 7 Tips for Traveling on a Budget”

Where Is Home When You’re a Nomad?

Where do you come from? People ask me that all the time and my answer is usually “I come from Romania”. And while this is true, part of me feels like I am not 100% honest. But that’s the easy answer, since it is not always the case to start talking about my whole life’sContinue reading “Where Is Home When You’re a Nomad?”

Why I Travel With a Dummy

I’m counting down the days to my 30th birthday and I go around taking pictures of stuffed toys. I have to admit I’m fully aware of how weird that is and I even feel awkward at times. But that does not keep me from doing it. How did it all start? As I shared inContinue reading “Why I Travel With a Dummy”

Why travel solo?

Traveling alone is becoming more and more common, but it wasn’t the case when I first set foot in Peru, 7 years ago. Young, unexperienced and alone. First time outside of Europe. But thank God for Peruvian friends who helped me along the way! At first I was apprehensive about traveling alone but my itchyContinue reading “Why travel solo?”

24 hours in Madrid

Madrid is one of the most visited capital cities in Europe and if you have already been there you can understand why. It is a big, lively place with beautiful architecture and a lot of history. Despite being a relatively big city, the main tourist attractions Madrid offers are at a walking distance from eachContinue reading “24 hours in Madrid”