Me, my trips and Crossing Asia

Ben Franklin once said 'Some people die at 25 and buried at 75'. That's not for 'us', innit?

Give up your job and go? Yes, I just made it! Just made this in order to do what I've always dreamed, something that I would not regret for not having done in the past, and here I'm, because if you don't try, you don't know. Easy? Not, absolutely, but with the right mind and motivation, it sure, can be possible to have many chance to go far, to have amazing experiences, discover new cultures, places, foods, meet extraordinary people, new friends and also help, by the way, who needs (I'll be probably volunteering in some no-profit orphanage organization), as I have already done on 2015 in Tanzania for Kilimanjaro Kid's Foundation. Traveling is not only a pleasure, but a real school of living, a journey into life.
The travel as discovery, is actually something that makes us richer, inside.
And so, Crossing Asia? Crossing Asia will follow us all around Asia, where travel with a very low budget can be really possibile.
I'll try, starting from Istanbul (Turkey), where Asia meets Europe, to cross the continent without taking any flights (hopefully), with feets on the ground, and get in Iran, Central Asia (Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, - maybe-), China, Nepal, India, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia. So these will be my destination? Nope, not really, just some examples. I'm quite sure that little by little, without any fixed plans as I'm doing, something will change by the way, so let's be ready.
Curious? So, follow Crossing Asia through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or maybe host me with Couchsurfing or just write me a message! :-)

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