Looking at accounts of famous bloggers and travellers, photographers and just tourists, you see their lives as very carefree and unclouded. But everything is not that simple. We don’t see another flip side of the coin. All are human beings and have, I’m sure, a lot of problems. And in this post, I’d like to show you something really irritating about living in South America based on my personal experience. Most of the statements are true for all the countries I’ve been to there. Читать далее «10 most irritating things about South America.»
After going back and being back to my country, I still have something to share with you guys. It has been half a year since I’m back to Russia after my long trip. It still feels like a part of a journey. Читать далее «Half a year later of How it feels to be back to your country»
I was away from home for about two years, was not only travelling, but living abroad. It was time full of wonderful discoveries, great moments and priceless experience. I still feel blessed it happened to me.
This story starts exactly half a year ago, the end of January 2016… To open Argentina for myself I decided not from its capital. Читать далее «New 7 Wonders of Nature – Iguazu Falls»
I continue my “coming back to your country” series of posts. Earlier you could have already read my “How it feels to go back to your country”, and got an idea how the process of moving goes.
UPD: Half a year later. How does it still feel?
Time passes and I’m finally here, in Russia, already for a week. It was a really shocking week, full of great time with friends, exploring again my own culture and noticing tones of differences between Russia and Latin America, mainly Colombia. I have a lot to say, but will try to be short and specific.
Going back home after 2 years of living on another continent, not speaking your language and being accustomed to another culture is a deal. I’ve lived so much here! In several hours I’ll have my flight to Russia and it’s just unbelievable. Yep, can’t imagine it can happen.
UPD: I’m already in Russia and here’s my «How it feels to be back to your country» post.
UPD 2: Half a year later.
Well, I believe I’ve changed a lot, but only several weeks ago Skypeing my Moscow friends I realized I had no idea how to live there.