Heia! Hello! Helô! Hallå! Hej! Hei! Czesc! Ahoj! Hallo! Sa-wat-dee-kah! Bula! Kia Ora! Hola!
…and welcome to my blog, previously used as a travel blog.
This blog used to serve as a regular update on my globetrotting and volunteering as the Wandering Humanitarian.
My heart causes are that of
– Human rights
– Orphans and Children’s rights
– Mental Health
Moreover, I’m a loud voice and out-of-the closet Orphan and long-time “sufferer” of social- and death Anxiety. I also got a knack of tumbling myself into near-death experiences and hopelessly romantic heartache. As if that wasn’t enough, they discovered my compensated dyslexia at the age of 23 – three months before my Masters Dissertation period was to begin.
On the 15th of July, 2015, I graduated with a Distinction in both my Dissertation and degree; proving to Dyslexic and strugglers everywhere that even the impossible is possible with hard work and the stubborness to never give up hope. I’ll hold onto that achievement until Cardiff University Students see my ghost haunting the Bute Library next to my publicly displayed and available Dissertation.
PLEASE, do not hesitate to get in touch or read my old blog if you do ever need someone to talk with or ask advices to regarding any of the above issues. I would love to help! Other than that, I hope my travel & volunteering blog have been to much inspiration for anyone interested in doing both – you absolutely can!
Now that I’m done with my gap year and have to start building a career like your regular citizen of the world have to do, this blog will contain more of my observations and writing in general. Don’t worry though, once a Batman (screw the labels), always a Batman. I will continue fighting evil in my own nifty ways and I will make sure you hear all about it!
(a.k.a. The Wandering Humanitarian)