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Second trip to Iran; With Daiva Lithuanian Backpacker
I think everyone travels according to their unique spirits, so I say maybe traveling alone can free your soul. Daiva from Lithuania was one of those people. For me, the remarkable thing I saw in her character was composure. And she was in control of all the stresses and anomalies around her. She traveled to many countries, including:
Argentina, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Palestine, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Scotland, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, State Vatican City, Vietnam
According to her information about Iran, she came to Iran to challenge herself to see the truth up close, sometimes rightly and sometimes completely wrongly. Daiva's journey started from Tehran and she traveled to several parts of Iran. And when she returned to Tehran, I asked her opinion about Iran and she said without pause:
The thing that set Daiva apart from the rest of the backpackers was her itinerary, which of course was very much to my taste. Instead of traveling to cities and touristy places, she preferred adventure to remote and even uninhabited areas.
She told me about Lithuania and how enjoyable life in Lithuania can be for those who want to look in the middle of a forest full of coniferous pine trees every morning when I open their blood. her friends are cycling in the heart of the forest.
What job do we have to travel comfortably?
Let me give you an example of Diva. Daiva's job is as a Freelancer, which means that she can start her work from anywhere on the planet and only by having the Internet, and she does not have a time limit. It is interesting to know that Daiva works in the translation department of the famous company Booking.com. Those who are traveling must have dealt with this website at least once.
To follow Daiva's travels, visit her website at the link below. www.daivosklajones.wordpress.com