adventure & travel

I’m one of the extremely fortunate people who has had the opportunity to travel to 40 countries as of present count. Each country is different, its language, culture, the mannerism of its people, their food, the way they dress, the way they interact with each other and with people from different countries is different.

Observing these diversities and indeed learning from them has made me so much more aware about aspects of our world and this would never have been possible had I not set out very early in life, at the age of 16, as a Rotary Exchange Student to the United States.

That was the beginning of my travels and I’ve been traveling every since, mostly for work, but nevertheless, the friends I’ve made, the experiences I’ve had and the things I’ve learned, no formal educational system could have ever taught me.

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