Ethnicity, Culture, Friendship

Ethnicity, Culture, Friendship


People that think a lot have a lot to say. But what if what you thing does not come out the way you wanted it when you open your mouth. Like any other 20 year-old I found myself at 23 not knowing what I want to do with my life. Those that claim that they always knew are half true. So I applied for working on cruise ships and found myself as a “shoppie” shortly.  5 years and a half later I’m still here. Me, but not the old me. The confident me, that knows how to talk in pubic and that can motivate others to grow as I did.

Why GO TRAVELING? Because the most important feature that kept me coming back to ship life is the people that I met by traveling. Best example, met my better half on ships. And we travel together. And we grow together, for the past 2 and a half years.

I want this blog to reflect my passion for learning. Learning about ethnicity, culture and true friendship. A type of friendship that last through different lives. And I am not exaggerating. People that you were meant to meet. People that you meet, work with, for no more than 6 months in a row and then event if you meet 50 years from now, you still pick up the conversation from where you last left it.

I learned that there is no such thing as GOODBYE. There is only “see you later”. Later this year, or 1 or 10 years later.

Ethnicity & Culture

I am a big fan of tradition. Of the world tradition. I believe that keeping tradition alive serves a bigger purpose than we imagine. Although I consider myself a forward thinker, I respect tradition because I believe it’s a very important part of ethnicity and culture. Like any other bookworm, I find myself turning to reading a lot, for learning new things. But I also learned that reading without practice, is not enough.

So I travel. I see, I learn, I experiment. I put in practice all that I read about. This is what you will be reading about in my GO TRAVELING.

                                                                       Iulia 1

One thought on “Ethnicity, Culture, Friendship

  1. Ramona Matu

    Lovely. I want more.

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