I started writing my own travel blog, as I love exploring other cultures, the living tissue of certain society, and I love to write about cultural differences that allow us to compare, exchange ideas, aspirations, and to brake the presumption about differences or convictions.
My writing philosophy is focusing on this kind of touristic experiences but also on the semantic aspects of space, mind and language. My interests are extending to discursive formations and cognitive component of culture. Between my posts you can also read about the culture gender issues, as I am very interested in broadening the range of this issue connected to travel writing. More often than not I end up traveling by myself, so I relate on this experience to clear up all those myths that are designed to scare women away from traveling on their own.
My travel writing posts are subjective zones, readers’ ride through my imagination, while feeling an ineffable compound of the place and myself.
I travel, initially, to lose myself; and I travel, next, to find myself. I am traveling in search of the unknown, for an easily excited feeling, for the better inspiration, for the blissful taste of isolation.