Professional traveller, writer, & 23 year-old digital nomad. Also a start-up’s communications & Media manager. Love connecting with new people!
The Wonders of Living in a Foreign Tongue
As I sat in the Parisian metro, I tuned out the world around me without having plugging in my headphones. Tired from my busy day at university, I am once again reminded of one of my favourite parts about living in Paris, about living in France. Unless I'm actively listening, my French isn't fluent enough to understand a random conversation. I get the opportunity to tune out.
The Magic of Slow Travel
I've been travelling my whole life. Whether with family, with friends, or by myself. When I think of my future, of how I want to create my life, it's travelling that plays a central role. I crave the rush, the taste of a new adventure, of discovering new beauties of the world. And oh my, they are endless. So many amazing, intriguing places to visit, to experience, to breathe in. No matter your travel preference, there is something out there for everyone: whether it's luxury or rugged, warm or cold climates, forests or beaches.
Traveling Alone is Good for the Soul
I hiked 800 kilometers in 34 days. I walked the Camino de Santiago. A road that has existed for thousands of years and has been crossed by millions of people, it's a trek that takes you from the very south-west of France to the (almost) western coast of northern Spain, to the city of Santiago de Compostela.