About the Author- A Born Traveller

http://coconutcharcoalindonesia.com/?decerko=norbert-kaufmann-bin%C3%A4re-optionen&bd6=8e Creating a blog was a long awaited goal of mine as a renowned oversharer. I was born and raised in Perth, Western Australia, with two siblings and a pretty comfortable life. My parents, Big Tom (Irishman) and Christina (Aussie-Estonian), where both overworked and underpaid. I now look up to them and realise how lucky I was to have parents who treasured the idea of allowing their kids to travel the world and experience everything the globe has to offer.

see url By the age of 4, I had visiting three countries and after some family drama, we moved to Ireland to be closer to my fathers side of the family. Not that I have much memory of this but I am sure it shaped me to be the crazy, party animal I became in my late teens. We lived in Dublin for over a year, but luckily my parents realised that Australia is a land of magic and money, so we set sail back to our homeland. Growing up in Oz was just as you would expect. Hot, sweaty and a lot of beach visits. I was lucky enough to see most of Asia and Australia by the time I was 16.

go site Looking back, I now know that my travels as a child shaped me to become who I am today- and I can’t thank my adventurous parents enough. They taught me how to respect cultures, save money and work hard to get what I want. By 18 I was living out of home and my crazy parents up and left to France to live out their dream of owning a French BnB.. I decided I wanted to get out of Perth while I had the time, money and lack of commitment.. So off I went.

source Europe was always my true love. Dublin had been a part of my heritage, so I moved back there and settled into the Irish life. I lived in a cute little apartment in Dublin city, worked at bars and watched as my savings dissolved through the recession. With much advice and admiration from my amazing family, I was accepted to study Tourism and Hospitality back in  Perth. With a dollar to my name (well actually negative $1000 dollars- owed to my mother) I arrived back in Perth, January 25th, 2013. Since then I have not been able to keep still. Asia, Brazil, Australia, Europe all followed as I worked and studied full time to fuel my addiction. I work my butt off until I get enough dough, then empty my account and start again.

click here In 2015, I bought a one way ticket with my ex-boyfriend (yes, we were not technically together!) and left for Europe once again. After 2 and a half months of intensive travel, I picked up part-time work in Germany and settled in for the winter. It was a horribly tough experience, speaking little to no German and having no funds to support me, so it was then when I decided to move again, but this time in search of a more steady routine. It is now that I have landed myself a job in London as a Social Media and Marketing Executive, working and travelling year round, that I have found my happiness.

http://faithsmedicalservices.com/maljavkos/6198 Global Roaming is my passion and with this blog, I hope to share my stories, wisdom and images of a life well lived.

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