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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, Skopje as one of the best students in my class. And after that, Macedonia, and for that fact, Europe as well seemed too small and not adventurous enough for my taste. 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 24 :).

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 was born in Skopje, a real city of contrasts

I think everyone should travel solo at least once 

I like going to isolated places

However, my first solo trip was in Bangkok

I was at two continents at the same time

I got deported from Russia!

I took the longest train ride in the world

I spent a year living in India

I survived an armed robbery on the road

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

I was the first Macedonian to climb Stok Kangri

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