Do you have a list of things you should be doing, but are struggling to? Do you want to do many things that would make you feel like you´re achieving something, but you just can´t see the end of it and end up feeling tired, lazy or like you´re not achieving much? I know where you´re… Continue reading How to do all the things you want, without breaking yourself
Author: Lukas Cech
I quit a career in a 9-5 job to pursue my real values in life: help animals, learn and discover the world. Live the life I want, not what´s expected of me. Currently travelling across South America, learning about life, from endangered monkeys, through salsa to channeling stocks trading.
I was stuck in a routine last two weeks. Bad huh? No, the opposite. I like my routine. I own my routine, it doesn´t own me. I created it the way I like it and filled it with things I want to do. It´s MY routine. The word “routine” is almost always associated with a… Continue reading Routine
“Don´t treat others the way you don´t want to be treated”.–embedded in every part of the world. People get freaked out when they hear the word “karma”. They think about some deep religious meaning, that someone is going to try and make them a monk, that they will have to shave their head and grow… Continue reading Karma
Galapagos on your own
So you want to do Galapagos on your own? You should read my “Galapagos is not Disneyland” post first to make sure this is the right choice. It is? Great. No need to book anything in advance (I was there in September, not the main season), except the flight – booked just over a month… Continue reading Galapagos on your own
Galapagos is not Disneyland
I´m going to be a bit negative about Galapagos here, reason being, I don´t think that people know what they´ll get and go there with huge expectations. I also don´t think that Galapagos should be visited by tourists who don´t really care about animals, nature and preservation, who don´t know or care about endangered species… Continue reading Galapagos is not Disneyland
It´s not for bums. It´s actually a thing many people choose to do, including me. Why? Let me explain. Why would you choose to sleep at, what ultimately is, a massive bus stop? Hm, maybe because: it´s free (need more than that?) there´s plenty of food around it´s closer to your flight than any other… Continue reading Airport sleeping
How many friends do you have? Hm, that´s a lot. Now how many actually give a shit about you? Yeah, thought so. Many people go for quantity, rather than quality. What´s the point? It´s like collecting stamps that you don´t really care about. Requires effort, but you don´t get anything back. Is it selfish to… Continue reading Friends
Mr Nice Guy
One for men, although could be interesting for you girls too. During my travels in Thailand, I had more time to think about myself, things I like, my strengths, flaws etc. I´m going to focus on one specific flaw or personality feature that I don´t like about myself. It´s Mr Nice Guy attitude. You know,… Continue reading Mr Nice Guy
Yesterday, I participated in a Temazcal (sweat lodge). Thanks to Francesco and Cecilia, proud owners of an amazing cob house and great people, for making this happen. The ceremony takes place in a hand built tent, around 3 meters in diameter, where we somehow managed to ram in around 35 people. In the middle, there´s a hole… Continue reading Temazcal
Need a map? Nah, I won´t get lost, sure!
There are many types of travellers. Short holiday makers, tourists who pop in an out of touristy places and then fly home in short bursts, backpackers who follow the main backpacking trail, nomads, who make the road their life, explorers who seek adventure off the beaten path or people who want to do something extremely… Continue reading Need a map? Nah, I won´t get lost, sure!