My name is Michela I am from a small town in the southwest subregion of Sardinia called Sulcis-Iglesiente (check the dedicated blog article to know more about the area), and I have been travelling since I was a child. During the summer months (with my family) we would travel to different regions in Italy including Sardinia to learn more about the place we call home.
From when I was a teenager up until my early twenties, I had the urge to know more about the world. In my twenties I started working for a big important Italian Tour Operator. The job gave me the opportunity to work and travel to various countries such as Greece, Egypt, Kenya, Dominican Republic and of course in my country; Italy.
During these years away from home I learned to appreciate Sardinia more. I remember that, when the resort guests found out I was from Sardinia, they would tell me about all the great locations they had been to and how beautiful the island was.
After years working abroad, in March 2006 I ended up in UK. From here I have travelled a bit more in Europe (Spain, France, Germany, Sweden, Netherlands, Estonia) and overseas (Cuba, Peru, Rio de Janeiro, NY, Cairo), but the biggest trip was in South America; a solo backpacking journey across Argentina, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, and Brazil, it was an incredible amazing experience.