When my feet have to stay under the desk, my words ramble -- like this.
Every place is interesting, although not every place fits my interest.
I don't feel obliged to go where everyone goes. Neither I feel embarrassed to go where anyone thinks of.
Nothing disturbs my camera-intimacy more than the voice, "Let's find something to eat!"
I am motivated by those who are successful.
I am inspired by those who are helpful.
I am in awe of those who are both.
It's hard to proof that I'm a true adventurer when I actually don't have money.
Solo traveling can be no worse than 7 travel-mates of opposite interest.
I call myself a traveler, because each of my trip is a gate to another.
"Don't be too naif, because the traveling world is not as round as it seems to be." I'm telling myself.
Many tell about how they looked in that city and a few tell how the city looked to them. The last makes travel photography.
Traveling to me is not about size nor about numbers.
If you boast that you spend every weekend on your private island and then ask me where to buy sunblock because you are going to Maldives, I won't tell you.
Being a genuine traveler while actually needing money is not simple.