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Daniel Kiteski

How did I start Passport Symphony?

Ever since I was a little kid I was passionate about experiencing life in countries on the other side of the world. When I was 2 or 3 years old, my grandfather who was a geography teacher had this giant atlas that was literally bigger than me. So I used to open the giant Atlas and walk from one continent to another. But little did I know that one day I will actually end up visiting all these places. Places that I used to fantasize about while wondering how do people live like on the other side of the planet.

I graduated from the Faculty of Economics in my native city, that suddenly looked too small and not adventurous enough for my taste anymore. Therefore, I started traveling to other destinations. Consequently, I had my fair share of culture shock and adventures, one would say maybe even enough for a lifetime. Just kidding, I’m still only 26.

A lot of people are curious about how I manage to travel so much at such a young age. Well, to be honest, it’s not that hard. Actually, this is why I made this blog. To share my experience and tips with you so you could do the same and travel the world on a friendly budget.

11 Facts About Me



I studied in Skopje, the ultimate city of contrasts




However, my first solo trip was in Bangkok




I took the longest train ride in the world




I think everyone should travel solo at least once




I was at two continents at the same time




I spent one amazing year living in India




I like visiting the world's most isolated places




Did I mention I was deported from Russia?




I survived an armed robbery on the road




But still managed to travel SE Asia with $15 per day




And became the first Macedonian to climb Stok Kangri


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