Does the world need another travel blog?
I’ll leave it up to you to decide, once you have taken a look at my blog.
For my part, I can only tell you what is the spirit behind the articles you will find here, and how theu were generated:
1) I have exclusively met people who were born in the place described, so as to live the most authentic experience possible.
2) I do not pretend to tell an absolute truth, but only what I experienced in the weeks I spent in a certain place: the good, the bad and the ugly.
It sounds like an obvious statement, yet it is necessary to specify it because the moment someone who has visited the same place reads “Koreans are like this” or “Uzbeks are like that”, he might think: “That’s not true at all, this guy doesn’t know what he’s talking about”, in case his experience with local people was a different than mine.
We must never forget that, on many aspects, ours are just points of view; that’s why I encourage anyone who would like to share his or her experience, to do so in the comments, even and especially if it differs from mine, in order to give everyone a more complete view of the facets of a certain people.
3) Places and situations change with time, so what was valid in 2015 in Chengdu, for example, may no longer be so correct by the time you read the articles. That’s why I will rarely put the name of a restaurant I have eaten in, even though you can see photos taken there, because eating places have the greatest tendency to disappear in a short time.
Well, all is left for me to do is to wish you an enjoyable read. Should you have any curiosity or need any clarification, feel free to write in the comments section below, and I’ll do my best to answer in a satisfactory manner.