The Start

This is me. A Solivagant.

“You must go on adventures to find out where you belong.”

— Sue Fitzmaurice

I’ve been thinking to start a blog right from the day I’ve stepped into my class during my Undergraduate program – English literature. But, I wasn’t responsible enough to spend time for something I am not passionate enough. It took me 4years to be passionate. After so many life experiences and after experiencing life close to death, I have found out something worth my effort and time which brought me back to life. It is Travelling. Travelling brings different emotions and memories for different people. For me, it’s rejuvenation and healing. When I was bedridden I have regretted so much for not doing what I want. And this blog is the beginning of the change and opportunity I have given from life itself.

When I was a kid, I didn’t have kids of my age to play with, so I always take my bicycle, roam around the streets, found new ways, and found new places. Even after stepping into my twenties, whenever I am upset or angry all I do is to travel to find my balance. And then, by the time to chose my post-graduate stream, I decided to take my career through this line. And this blog is like the first step I have taken for my love for Travel and Tourism.

I am glad to let you into my mind through my blog. Welcome to my blog!! Let me make sure that I give you the infinite doors to the roads I travel. Also, I will be providing information on various culture, reviews on diverse topics as well as content on emotional wellbeing.

A Solivagant’s shoes is going to be a flip into the experience and one step closer to the mind of a solivagant.

By NBsakura

A solivagant, who is trying to cherish every moment through every journey that I'm destined with.


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