About Me

Life is too short to make it small.

Hey! I’m Anaïs, a French-Moroccan-Californian twenty-something years young third culture kidult living around the world and passionate about slow, responsible and budget travel. I share my trip experiences, tips and itineraries, hoping to inspire you to go on epic adventures and save you time planning your travels.

my story

in a nutshell

Leap and the net will appear.

I stumbled into the digital nomad lifestyle when joining a travel startup as their Marketing Manager. Before that, I lived in 5 countries, learned 4 languages (Eng, Fr, Sp, Por), founded a tech hospitality startup and danced semi-professionally.

Now, you’ll find me outdoors, surfing in the ocean, hiking in the rain, 15 feet up in the air doing silks, upside down training handstands and acroyoga flips, or enjoying a coconut with an açaí bowl and book at the beach. I’m on a mission to explore the world, meet inspiring souls, chase sunrises and sunsets and make every day count.

Longer version

You’ll regret the things you didn’t do, more than the things you did do.
I was born and raised in Toulouse, France, and moved to San Francisco, California, with my family when I was 11 years young. I moved to Los Angeles to study Economics at UCLA and then to London to get a Masters in Business Administration. After that, I moved back to Los Angeles to launch a tech hospitality startup and then joined a flight search app startup as their Marketing Manager. I lived in NYC, Paris, Bogotá and Rio de Janeiro for school and work.
I stumbled into the digital nomad lifestyle thanks to my last job. We were a startup with a remote team: the team was spread out across Europe and the USA. After two weeks on the job, I flew to São Paulo for a conference. I lined up multiple meetings with clients in Rio de Janeiro and ended up living there for 6 months. I spent the rest of my time working remotely across Europe.

where I’ve been

A ship in port is safe, but that’s not what ships are built for.

Oceans

Continents

Countries

 who’s counting?

Traveling isn’t about checking boxes or going down a bucket list as fast as possible. I try my best to travel slowly and hang around a minimum of 1 month to get the chance to truly connect with each place and the locals and create lifelong friendships. This are the places I’ve been and the places for which you’ll share travel guides and itineraries.
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Europe

UK, France, Switzerland, Spain,
Portugal, Greece, Croatia, Italy, Vatican, Germany, Netherlands, 
Norway, Ireland
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Africa

Morocco, Mauritius Island
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North America

United States, Canada, British
Virgin Island, Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala 
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Asia

Thailand, Indonesia, Turkey
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South America

Brazil, Colombia,
Argentina
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oceania

Australia

let’s get away to the other side of town
Travel, money is recoverable, Time isn’t.
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Live differently and passionately daily.
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