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But most importantly The Year I Became a Nomad is fascinating lines where curiosity, admiration, determination, friendship, love, sex, desire, inner introspection, success and also fear, loneliness, anger, sadness, despair, vulnerability, difficulty, tiredness, death and many other feelings intrinsically human constantly catch the reader’s attention. Thank you for sharing your experience Carlos (with an impressive vocabulary by the way) and for leaving your footprint! It teases the reader to become a writer of its own « life » trip!
I love the talks he has with the locals, I love how he delves deep into the different cultures he travels through, I love all the historical details he provides, I love all the curiosities he highlights, I love his book recommendations, I love it all.
And I will definitely use it as a travel guide in my future trips to Asia.