The world is a book…


I love quotes, because in some way they always seem to motivate me!

My favorite quotes are about health/fitness, traveling and life. They make me think about how simple it can be to fulfill your wishes. You just always have to motivate yourself to DO rather than to wish for something!

The quote of the day is one that I love because it’s my ultimate dream to see the world. I’ve traveled quite a lot already during my 22 years of life. But now that I’m graduated I really feel like I have the age to travel in another way. I want to see the world without having the luxury to stay in great hotels. I’d love to stay more in youth hostels, to go couch surfing, to meet new and interesting people on the road… I’d love to meet people who have the same ideas about life and traveling like I do! I have been lucky to experience this way of traveling already during my stay in Spain so I’m already really grateful for that!

My original plan was to travel in the United States/Central America for the next year, but in the end I couldn’t do it because my friend with whom I was about to do this trip wanted to continue studying some more. Of course I can’t go alone, since I’m a girl and its not that safe to be by yourself so I hope that someday I do get the chance to meet someone who wants to come along!

Who has traveled the world? Share your experiences in the comments below!


4 thoughts on “The world is a book…

  1. pearlsandparis says:

    I’m 28 now and I love to travel but feel myself having to slow in the next few years so I can have children etc. I’ve been to basically every place in the Caribbean as well as numerous states in the US and got the opportunity to travel to Florence, Cannes, Rome and Barcelona last May. This September I am headed to Budapest, Prague and Berlin. At 22 – do it all while you still can. Maybe instead of taking 1 full year to travel break it down to 2 week trips twice a year or more if your able to. I wish traveling wasn’t so expensive because I would do it so much more. Def. don’t go solo though, maybe breaking your trips up will allow you to find different people to come with you to these adventures. Good luck 🙂

  2. itchyfeet1 says:

    Hi! Why not try travel alone like I did. It was a great experience. I’ve been traveling since 2005 in group but in 2011 I tried going alone, meet new friends, see new things, not rushing unlike if you are with a companion. It’s superb! Just make a lot of research first on the places you want to go to. We can follow each other here. Good luck on your next adventure! 🙂

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