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Yola interview: an insatiable traveler

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I won a RTW ticket in a contest and I love to travel (that's why I signed up), it was not a plan to throw it away. The ticket can be consumed between 12 days and 12 months, but in my head does not go around the world for less than 6 months and, as I put myself, I take full advantage. I didn't think twice the truth, but it would have been the same. Although when it was time to decide the route a little, I realized that I would need several lives to do everything I would like.

There are two things that influence a lot, one is the expectations that you believe about a place for what you have been able to read or other travelers tell you and the other is the previous place, where you come from when you arrive. This, of course without forgetting personal tastes. Therefore, Southeast Asia surprised me very negatively, and instead the province of Xinjiang in China surprised me very pleasantly.

Do you need a high level of English to travel the world or with four words is enough?
It can even be worth without those 4 words, if you have other real communication resources. Sometimes I acted as if I didn't speak any English, and they have been memorable moments. It will probably be because my English is more than deficient, but after this long trip I have the feeling that it limits communication a lot, really, that of looking into each other's eyes, feeling, playing movies or pictionari.

I have the feeling, especially after living in Southeast Asia, with both Australian and American hanging around, that English is for closed minds, an easy language for those who have no other resources. I do not say that about, it seems very good to know other languages, but it does not seem essential at all. I am more friends to COMMUNICATE, as I say, looking into your eyes. But I can be mistaken logically, and I already say that this opinion is probably forged by my deficit in the English language.

In terms of quality of services / prices, anyone from southern Vietnam could be worth it. For 7 or 8 $ USA, you have a single room, with air conditioning (very necessary for these parts), little bathroom, cleaning things, and clean cleaning, that is, good, beautiful and cheap, what we Latinos like so much . As for the environment, I found the best in Ají Hostel, in Santiago, Chile, but, I have to say that I had been wanting to leave Asia and meet the Latin world, that is, the atmosphere of snowboarders, skiers, sat down very much. Spanish students and several travelers of first and second youth (or am I already in the third?), where the night party, more or less quiet, is assured. If we add to that the casual disposition, of both the owners and the staff, then we put the icing on it. Although it is more than likely that there are many others with good atmosphere. Personal circumstances influence a lot and it is more than difficult to be a little objective in these answers.

In Pakistan without the slightest doubt. After Syria, I found the country with the most hospitable people, of the few countries I know.

Insecure for my physical integrity I have not felt anywhere. For the fear that something was stolen from me, identical everywhere, although I have to say that I arrived in Africa with the European chip and information, so maybe I had something more to repair and, consequently, care, especially when In principle, but not because of what is there, but because of what we believe in Spain that is there, it is neither more nor less dangerous than any other continent or country, even I would say that several African countries are less dangerous than Spain itself .

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