Growing up, I always admired older people with great stories to tell. That’s how I wanted to lead my life, and so I do. I travel and plan for experiences of all sorts.
I’ve slept in the Sahara under the night sky while looking over the Moroccan/Algerian border. I trained in Muay Thai and boxing for three months in the Philippines. I got a Sak Yant tattoo in Bangkok (that I forget I have). I almost fell off a waterfall in Brazil. I will always remember that I couldn’t book a horseback riding session in La Paz, Bolivia because of “technical difficulties with the horses.” 😆
The list goes on…
I like to study and read about art history. I think it depicts historical circumstances in a much deeper, interesting and empathetic light. It gives me a more significant understanding than typical history books did. Also, I like art.
I’m fascinated by different cultures and different stories people have to share. I’ve met all sorts of people, from wealthy Indian doctors with a passion to explore the outside world, to boxing trainers scraping by who have a different view on enjoying life.
Thanks to my travel endeavours, I’ve grown empathetic, more understanding and a whole lot more curious.
I also love languages. I considered becoming a linguist at one point. I speak Polish, English, and Italian. (I will not be listing HTML here.) I can understand some basic Spanish. My boyfriend is currently teaching me two Filipino dialects, Tagalog and Bisaya. “Salamat sa pagbabasa, po!”