WELCOME TO NO HURRY TO GET HOME
Since I was little, I knew that I didn't want to go to university and work in an office. Instead, I dreamed of traveling all around the world doing what I love the most: photographing people and writing stories.
And so, I did just that.
Three years ago, when I was 19, I hopped on a one-way flight to Madrid and I never looked back.Throughout my travels, I have lived in a Maasai village in Tanzania, spent over a year working in a tiny river-side village in Thailand, taught geography to novice monks at a monastery school in Myanmar, climbed to see the world largest lava lake in the world in the Congo, traveled Africa by public transport, hitchhiked around Europe, and more!
Five Things the World Could Learn from Rwanda
I didn’t know what to expect from Rwanda.At school, I learned about the tragic genocide that marked the country’s history. The image of a war-stricken Rwanda stuck with me forever. but a visit to the country changed my mind.