In this article I want to tell you how much social networks can be useful to know wonderful people and exchange valuable advice on their passions and how to live them.
I have dedicated myself to the social world since January, simply since I realized that a powerful medium can become. Having the passion for travel and photography I decided to start working on my profile, studying everything that goes around social media and Instagram precision, and stamping my page on my greatest passion for travel to discover new cultures . After a few months, thanks, my travel blog was born, on which I am still working. After several months I started to see the first results and I began to receive the first feedback on my history and my experiences.
After having made this premise arrival to the real reason that pushed me to write this article.
Interview by Nico Fontana
A few days ago I received a private message from Nico Fontana, a travel blogger, where he wrote that he was interested in publishing my story on his blog because he found it compelling and because a section of his site is dedicated to people who like us travel and they love to tell each other through their experiences and their lives. I was so happy and excited to be able to share my life with him.
Monday, November 19, the interview was published where I tell my story from my early life, and I take this opportunity to thank Nico for the opportunity that has given me to make known me and my site.
I recommend to all my readers to follow the blog and the adventures of Nico for the countless ideas that you can take for your future travels and for the availability that you will find in case you need some advice! I would like to end this article highlighting the real opportunity that the web offers us to share true passions and discover how much the traveling nomad community is so extensive!
Here an extract of the interview..
“Because despite all life is beautiful and we should just learn to take it more lightly.
This is a life lesson of immense value.
Did you then return to your city in Africa?
In 2011 I returned to Rwanda, alone, after 14 years of absence.
I could not wait to meet again the family I had left and that I discovered only after they were part of me.
I will never forget the emotion I felt, I felt at home” […]
If you want to read the complete interview that Nico made me go visit his site at this link:
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