journey

A passionate traveller is dreaming for HOME

  I have never thought the moment will come and I’ll be dreaming of settling down. Reducing the intensity of my trips, no rush to the airport, no fever to jump on the next flight, not speedy packing at the very last moment…I just surprisingly found I need a place called HOME. Whole day long
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Cape Town, South Africa – the windiest place on Earth

  If you plan a trip to Cape Town, South Africa, you should be aware of the wind. That’s not a joke. The most recognizable characteristic of Cape Town is the all year round blowing, non-stop flushing and just time-to-time calming down wind. When I heard the stories for the first time, I thought those
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To be or not to be...a woman in Cape Town

  I did not plan this trip. I just jumped on a plane and ended in Cape Town, South Africa. It was sort of an impulsive decision, after a really boring month in Johannesburg, where I first heard about the quiet confrontation between the biggest two cities in South Africa. It made me curious to uncover why
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New on board? Hide the lack of travels

  Sometimes I have the feeling I live at the airport. Non stop flying somewhere. Before it was a passion. Lately it’s mostly a habit. Sometimes I want to stop, but I can’t. I just love the airports smell and the hectic atmosphere there. Also the smiling rushing passengers, the breathless delaying departures, the butterflies
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When God is a Roman in Rome, Italy

  Do you believe in coincidences? I mostly don’t. I watched a movie long ago, named “The Celestine prophecy”. The main subject was meant to actually destroy the theory of coincidence chain and then shared the idea there is no such a case as coincidence, but everything happens as it’s meant to be, at the
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In the heart of Africa - dancing Rwanda

  Everyone can dance in Rwanda. This conclusion I simply made after spending two weeks in this small East African country. The local dances blew my mind away by the hypnotising rhythm of the traditional drums, called ingoma. It’s the crucial ground of the Rwandan music and most of the movements are accompanied by that
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The magic power of the bucket list

  I never asked the people around me if they follow any bucket list. My family, my friends, some distant relatives and random mates…all of them look so busy and loaded by daily issues. I was not able to see dreamers in my environment. You know what I am talking about –  that short or
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10 curious facts about Rwanda

  All began with my first Kigali walk. Stop!!! You don’t know where Kigali is? It’s the capital of the small central African country, called Rwanda. Plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, beans, sweet potatoes everywhere. A lot of passion fruits. I get surprised by the roads – most of them in very good condition. It’s
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