About

Hi,

I’m a perpetual nomad that seems to have settled down in Dublin Ireland. While I was born in Spain, I have lived in 9 countries (or more, depending on how you count them) so far and have a feeling I have more to see before I’m done.

I am an avid photographer and love to wander around town collecting looks and curious situations. I first fell in love with photography when I was a little kid and have had an intermittent love affair with the art form since then.

Travelling is an essential part of my life and I get away whenever I can. I will capture as much of my travelling experiences as I can in this blog. I am currently focusing on travelling to Asia as it is an area I have not explored much yet.

6 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hello there!
    Great blog! I also have one 😛 (www.photosnepal.wordpress,com)
    I found it really interesting and please keep posting.
    I am from Nepal and I am pretty impressed with your post especially the “Tips for Nepal”.
    If you need any help, company, to travel I’ll be happy to assist you. I just completed my A-levels and I am free for about 1.5months more and I have nothing to do, so if you want I can help you. 🙂

  2. Thanks for the kind words Hrishav. I am only in Nepal for another week, I wish I had a month and a half to travel your beautiful country. I am leaving to Pokhara tomorrow so if you are in the area I’d be happy to meet up!

    1. Unfortunately I won’t be in Pokhara 🙁 I am a resident of Kathmandu and I cannot travel that far from my home. I think you guys know that our(Hindus) great festival is just 2 weeks from tomorrow and I’ll be going to my grand parents(Biratnagar) so I cannot come with you guys. Have a lots of fun.
      But If you need someone to travel with you or lets say Someone who can show you around in Pokhara I can help. I have some relatives there and they are the locals of Pokhara. They have jobs, but its saturday so they might be your help.

  3. Hi !
    I saw your posting in Fuji forum and i immediately went to your blog. I am always interested reading about this country as i had worked there for 5 years but was not able to bring home pictures nor any of my precious belongings i had collected while i was there. Because of the revolution that was going on, air travel was so difficult.

    I’m glad you had a wonderful time in your travel, there are so many sites to see i wish i could go back to visit.
    And thank you for writing this as it relives my memories of my time there.

    1. Thanks George. It must have been terrible for you to have to have lived through that time in Iran’s past.

      I’m very happy that you liked my blog, I will try to post more about my time in Iran as I believe it is a hidden gem that deserves to be known better.

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