A pair of shoes for every occasion, they say. True. I will slip on my winter boots when it snows, my sneakers for sports, my sandals in summer, my boots when it rains, and so on and so forth. But what would be my ideal travel shoes? A single pair of shoes that would allow me to do all type of different activities out there!
Backpacker’s Travel Shoes
I do not agree with having to carry 5 pairs of shoes when traveling. As a backpacker, I aim to preserve my spine and avoid any type of back related problems. I confess that I have dreamt about traveling with one single multifunctional pair of shoes almost as much as I have wished for world peace. And if my second wish is still far from becoming reality, it does seem that my dream travel shoes have finally made it on the market! Check out the article I had the pleasure to write for them on the link below.
So don’t forget to leave me a comment, because I would love to hear your opinion! What do you think about traveling with one single pair of shoes? Is it your dream too? Or do you prefer traveling with multiple pairs of shoes, to avoid boredom? Does traveling with one unique pair of shoes stresses you? And what do you think about the Tropicfeel Monsoon Sneakers? Do you find them stylish? Practical? Both? None of it? There are no wrong answers 🙂
Kolkata, from Kalikata: the field of Kali, Goddess of Time, Creation, Destruction and Power. My favorite. If I had to “kiss some gods’ arse”, as Aravind Adiga says in “The White Tiger”, it would be Kalis. Maybe does it influe in the fact that fell in love with the City of Joy. Or maybe not. Maybe is it just because of all these wonderful people I’ve got to meet here, of the smell of the amazing (and amazingly cheap!) food that follows me wherever I go, of the sweet chai I drink in every corner in clay cups, or of the artistic and cultural events that take place everywhere, at anytime 🙂
Cuba… The Pearl of the Antilles. Viva la revolucion! Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, Celia Sanchez, Camilo Cienfuegos! Salsa dancing, cigars smoking and rum drinking! Rock climbing, horse riding, jazz music listening and much more!
Here is the link to the article I’ve written for Travelicious a few weeks ago. You will find there tips and anwsers to frequent questions you may have before traveling to Cuba. I hope you’ll find it usefull 🙂