To travel is to live.

— Hans Christian Andersen.

Many say that traveling is never a passion. It is a hobby or a leisure. But who can dictate what our passion is? No one!

People like us who are very passionate about traveling, explore the world to learn, to inspire, and to be exposed to different cultures that make humankind so peculiar–fascinating. We travel to appreciate how beautiful the world is, how interesting nature can be, and how fulfilling to see life’s wonder. Traveling motivates us to continuously want to be the best version of ourselves.

This site is dedicated to all travelers from all walks of life, to serve as an inspiration and guide adventure seekers.

We will always be Freelance Travelers and we will always write about our curious and spontaneous wanderings.

Be part of our adventures as we get lost in new spaces and places, as we discover new things in unknown and untold lands and cultures, as we smile with new friends, and pose for pictures in breathtaking sceneries , as we get amazed with wonders of this world, and as we fly high in new horizons.

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Never stop. Explore. Wander.

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