Bulgarien, Frankreich, Griechenland, Kroatien, Schweiz, Slowenien, Österreich
30.06.2018 - 30.09.2020
The move to the capital of my country to study has made me miss nature the most in my life. The crowd and the noise of the city are very tiring and are bound to make one wanderlust. As a consequence, I have traveled quite a lot in the past year and plan to continue doing it this year, but with a twist. I want to travel as much as I can by myself for a while because I felt it give you more freedom to connect with new people because it forces you out of you comfort zone. I am quite a spontaneous person with my personal plans, but when other people are at stake I am reliable and try to cooperate as much as I can. Which is exactly why, from time to time, I believe you should just book a plane ticket and go.
I am a creative person with a major concentration on writing, having worked as a writer for several companies. I have activated in a theater group in the past and organized events for foreign visitors to my local town. I am a nature lover and I am totally for working outdoors. One of my biggest soft spots are animals; I have taken care of dozens of dogs and I do get along with them and their needs. As a great advantage for my passion for travel, ever since I was a kid I have shown a great interest for foreign languages and I usually pick them up pretty easily. I learnt how to work with kids, teenagers and even seniors working in an NGO in Poland where I prepared workshops for them and English lessons. So if you need someone to prepare some educational, but fun activities, I'm you're girl.
I am a Philosophy undergraduate with experience in youth work. I have traveled to a few countries in Europe so far, but recently I took a solo trip and loved the freedom of it. I have a sense of feeling useful and for this reason I would love to travel in a way in which I can make sure I make contact with locals and I offer them some help. As I stated, I am fluent in English, was once fluent in Spanish, but not having used it, I lost some speed and am in he process of learning to also speak French other than writing and reading it. I do travel as a form of therapy, but the main reasons I pursue are being able to live in less touristy areas and more next to the nature, as in mountains and beaches, and to make as many friends in as many countries.
No allergic, but will throw up if I feel the scent of oranges.