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  • Cabo Verde
  • Cadiz, Spain (coming coon)
  • Gibraltar (coming  soon)
  • Malaga, Spain (coming soon)
  • Albufeira, Portugal (coming soon)


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 I am excited to explore new places and cultures, meet new people, try new foods, and engage in fun activities. I want to hike through the rainforests of South America, witness the Northern Lights in Iceland, and explore the ancient ruins of Egypt. Beyond just travel, I want to continue my personal growth and development. I plan to learn new skills and hobbies, such as photography and painting, and volunteer my time and resources to help others in need. Most importantly, I want to inspire others to pursue their dreams and passions, even if it means taking a different path than the expected 9-5 grind. Life is too short to not chase your dreams and live a fulfilled life.  I will document my adventures and share them with the world, through writing, photography, and social media. I hope to inspire others to step out of their comfort zones and chase their own dreams of adventure and fulfillment.
Travel broadens the mind, enriches the soul, and allows us to experience people, cultures, and places that we wouldn't have otherwise known. It opens our eyes to new possibilities, teaches us about ourselves, and gives us memories that last a lifetime. So go ahead, step out of your comfort zone, and explore the world - you never know what wonders await you! 🛫

Cabo Verde

 The population of Cape Verde (Cabo Verde in Portuguese) is around 550,000 people, with the majority living on the main islands of Santiago, Sal, and Sao Vicente. The official language is Portuguese, but Cape Verdean Creole is widely spoken. The country's economy is largely based on tourism, fishing, and services, and it has been recognized as one of the most politically stable and democratic countries in Africa. Cape Verde has a rich cultural heritage, with influences from Portuguese, African, and Brazilian traditions. Its music, including genres like morna and coladeira, has gained international recognition through artists like Cesaria Evora. My trip to Cabo Verde was refreshing after such a long work week out to sea, upon arrival we were met with very friendly locals who help us get a local sim card for our mobile phone since our provider didn’t have any coverage in this country. We then embarked on walking around to all the different local souvenir shops, looking at the amaz