I Traveled across many countries by only hitchhiking with no money or plans, just me & my backpack
365 days ago to be precise, Cassia Chloe stepped in the bus starting from London and alighted at Paris. Without a plan in a toe, she shifted to Morocco, where for her daily needs, she worked in a restaurant as a circus performer for sixty days. She moved to the same place where she stopped (Paris) and then began her journey to the East. Till present, she has moved firmly on, and covered twenty countries with no funds or a proper plan nor taking the air course route. It has been just herself, the backpack complete with circus equipment, and her resolve to go to the Far East, discovering countries on the go.
Her travel route goes on like this – France – Germany – Austria – Slovenia – Croatia – Serbia – Bulgaria – Turkey – Georgia – Armenia – Azerbaijan – Kazakhstan – Kyrgyzstan – Uzbekistan – Afghanistan – Tajikistan – Kyrgyzstan – Kazakhstan – Russia – Mongolia – Russia – South Korea – Japan
Cassia Chloe has changed four ships, with taking bus rides at times of visa needs. However, she admits for the main part, it has been the road along with her backpack. Not one to be deterred by traveling alone, this journey has been entirely funded only by her street shows and performances.
She has no plans about discontinuing her journey; her next destination is SE Asia. Interested readers and travel enthusiasts can get future information on her travel stories, opinions of places, culture, tradition on Cassia Chloe Tsura Facebook page or you can checkout her breathtaking fire work at her website.
In the olden days, there were nomads who used to roam various lands with their cattle and sheep. In recent times, we have, in similar, travel nomads who are ready to face any risks to travel to any of their favorite destination alone, with only guts as their companion. The least, we can do for these spirited souls is to acknowledge their bravery when we meet them and offer them assistance as per our own possible means.
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