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65 Countries and Counting: Adventures of Traveler Thiago


As our Instagram community is growing fast and we’ve reached more than 20k followers, we got an unbelievable chance to interact with some amazing travelers from all around the world. So, we came up with an idea to introduce the most outstanding ones and their inspiring stories to everyone. We hope that you’ll have as an amazing time reading these stories, as we had collecting them.

We are very excited to introduce our this week’s guest, our Instagram friend Thiago from Brazil! Thiago is a young lawyer, whose journeys and the destinations he visits, sounds like adventures of a full-time traveler. Graduate from Law School and climbing his way up the career stairs, Thiago found time to visit 65 countries all over the world and even to plan to visit seven new ones in the upcoming months. Busy bee, isn’t he?

What is more, we are very happy that today Thiago found time to share his adventures with us! We asked Thiago about:

And here is what he told us!

About TravelersChild

We tend to give a different perspective on traveling and give you more natural view on what’s happening on our travels. We don’t spend hours waiting for right conditions to take a photo or nor we believe in writing about every experience as it was a time of our lifetime or something that will stay in our memories forever. It is how it is, some things we like, some we don’t, some are neutral. We don’t fancy bloggers, who write about everything with unnecessary ton of exaggerated emotions and we wish in our blog posts to convey our emotions and experiences as they were, not how they should be in perfect world. Hope you enjoy reading our blog as much as we enjoy writing it!

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