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A few days in Mexico

This picture has been taken on a beach in Tulum. After my visit in Mexico, Tulum became my favourite place for sunbathing, so far. Of course, Tulum is just a tiny dot on the Mexican map. Mexico is huge, with a lot of places to visit. I had the chance to get to Cancun, Chichen Itza and a random Cenote, but I can't wait to get back to see the rest. Se you soon, Mexico.

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Just a new city

Some see some houses, some see fun, some see opportunities, some see money, some see peace, some see career, others see family. In fact, it is just a new city. Aalborg is small city in Denmark, an ancient city where Viking ships once sailed past on the Limfjord. Aalborg has evolved to a vibrant cultural hotspot with a spectacular waterfront of iconic architectural buildings. How I got to visit Aalborg? Well, Life is simple, no? That's why It wasn't too hard to just book the cheapest flight I found flying from London. That was Aalborg. Enjoy traveling, even if you don't tick the main cities!

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Dream

Quiet, safe, clean air and lots of nature. That's what defines the British countryside. And I like it. And I would like to live in a village with 40-50 houses, in a cottage around 1500. Somewhere where you can find a single pub, a church, a school and a post office.

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Digital nomad?

How great it is that I was born 32 years ago, not 132 years ago. How great it is that I can work in the garden, using just a phone, not in a factory, on a production line. Take advantage of the world in which we live, advantages that our grandparents did not have and never thought would be possible. Learn. Dream. Work.

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Home

I get more and more often the question, "Listen, but when are you going to get back home?" Home? What does home mean? I think home is where you feel good. Home for me can mean London, Bucharest, Barcelona, ​​New York, LA or Singapore. Home is where I want it to be. What about family, friends? You might ask. I'm fine. And now, with this technology so accessible, I could say that they are closer to me when they are 2-3000 km away, much closer than when we were just a few steps away. For example, I talk to my parents more often now than I did when I was a few minutes away from them. Another example: because my time in Romania is very limited, when I arrive there, all my friends are queuing to see me. When I was in Romania, we were all "busy". But your routine, your habits, your things?… Read More

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What I learned from my 5 weeks trip to SE Asia

Travel light (er)! On this trip I had a small troller and an even smaller backpack. I didn't have a lot of clothes. The mechanism worked, but it was as if I could give up the troller, which was too much. I also had a lot of thick clothes, such as jeans, sweatshirts, jackets, clothes that I didn't use at all and that I couldn't throw away. Next time I think I'll just get my backpack. Saves a lot of time and stress. Especially if you have 15 flights in 5 weeks. Get a financial back up! In none of my trips for more than a month I didn't have all the money from the beginning. That's because I work remotely and most of the time I travel and earn during this time. The problem is, you don't always earn on time. What happened in Asia. I had all kinds of struggles with money and I had days when… Read More