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One who lives at the border

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Tres Islas Community (Peru) – A Fight for Indigenous Rights

I’m a travel blogger, yes, but I’m also an anthropology student and this is why I find important to write about anthropological matters in the context of my travels. This is why I decided to tell you more about the... Continue Reading →

First Impressions on Surf

First experiences, especially when they imply a bit (or lots) of adrenaline are the best! Before it starts, you have an idea of how it’s gonna be but once you’re actually doing it, you realise it’s nothing like you’ve imagined... Continue Reading →

My Travel Journey Part 3

It’s story time! I recently wrote about my 5 first years as a traveler (you can read about it in My Travel Journey Part 1 and My Travel Journey Part 2 )and it’s now time to finish this series by... Continue Reading →

My Travel Journey (Part 2)

I’ve always loved hearing the stories behind how someone earned skills and that’s why I decided to tell you about my travel journey (can we really say one has travel skill?). I wrote about my first traveling experiences in a... Continue Reading →

My Travel Journey (Part 1)

As I’m sharing travel tips and suggestions of places to go and things to see, it is also important to tell you a bit more about my own travel and experiences. However, before I tell you specific stories of trips... Continue Reading →

First impressions on Scuba Diving

My last trip was in Australia. I backpacked the East coast alone for a month (August 2016) and it was amazing, mainly because it was filled with new experiences. One of them was scuba diving for the first time. To... Continue Reading →

Antevasin

“A Sanskrit word appeared in the paragraph: ANTEVASIN. It means, ‘one who lives at the border.’ In ancient times, this was a literal description. It indicated a person who had left the bustling center of worldly life to go live... Continue Reading →

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