5 years ago, I packed my backpack. what was going to be a 2 months trip became a completely new life. I just had NO idea back then...


Hi! I'm Martina.

Human-Culture-Travel-Food Junkie. I've created this Travel Blog for those who refuse to live life by default and believe in Travel & Creativity as ways to waking up to life.


 Trying to grab a bite from these folks' food

Trying to grab a bite from these folks' food


Beware, my dear friend, you are now entering the realms of The Global Curious. A travel blog, a culture-hub and a life abroad pythoness. Fear nothing, this blog comes with a no BS policy -- wink, wink--, so be my guest and explore on your free will.


It's the year 2012 and I'm walking the streets of Buenos Aires.  I have this sudden feeling that something just doesn't click.

A few months ago, I started waking up in the middle of the night with a heavy sensation that life wasn't supposed to be like that. And when I say "like that" I mean: 24 years old, saving money like crazy to buy a tiny wee apartment --in 7 years time--, working in retail, pushing my way through to make a career as a Make-up Artist or an Audiovisual Creator.

Have you heard of FOMO? That's Fear Of Missing Out. I was missing out on my own life.

Back then, I could spend hours day-dreaming of travel without actually doing much of it. Researching places to move, adventures to live, friends to meet. I know it sounds a bit woo-woo for some folks. I certainly didn't know anyone in my social circle that didn't live by the principles of having a career-get married-buy a house-make baby, as the only possible way.

The problem was that all those things seemed really great but I just couldn't connect to the idea that my life was going that way. Maybe it wasn't the time. Maybe it wasn't the place. Maybe I still hadn't earned the right to choose differently.


What if I actually have a choice?

Funny thing, I had never ever thought that choosing was a choice.

Back to me walking on the streets of Buenos Aires. I just had an awful conversation with who was my mother-in-law back then. All these thoughts are starting to tip, the clock is ticking in my head. By the time I realized that there's no such thing as the perfect time, I've made a desition: "We are going travelling and I won't take a no for an answer!"

I guess this is how this story actually begins. 6 years ago, I asked a question and Travel was my answer.



I'm Martina, from Argentina. I've been combining travel and life overseas since 2013 in a quest for living alongside with creativity, joy and personal growth.


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The Global Curious Travel Blog will take you through 4 main topics

  • In The Travel Expat School, I post resources, advice, tricks, tips and interviews for those that may be new to independent travelling or are thinking of moving overseas.
  • Inspiration is where you can find great stories, thoughts, projects and travel ideas.
  • Travel will take you to the places I go tp through guides, itineraries, photos and videos.
  • Finally, I'm introducing a new segment: Culture Etiquette, in which I post short interviews with people from all corners of the world to talk about their cultures and customs. Social awareness and respect are key to becoming Independent World Travellers.