Her soul has roots in the 70s, and she lives a life that is filled with music, art, culture and travel. Anna’s life is a total adventure. She loves to capture the beauty in the world through the lens of her camera.
She is the creator of Lost in the Sea Magazine, “An online magazine created to discover and expose writers and visual artists around the world.”
From Morocco to the Riviera Maya, this traveler is exploring the world one place at a time with her boyfriend Nahuel.
Tell us a little bit about yourself, hobbies, favorite movie, song, food, etc.
I’m Anna. Traveling, is definitely one of the things I enjoy doing the most. When I was a kid I imagined myself traveling, writing, photographing and reading books around the world. To pick one favorite movie is very difficult for me. I love cinema and I cannot chose, but my favorite directors are Quentin Tarantino, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Wes Anderson and so many more… The same happens with music, but I can say that I’m an absolutely fan of the 60’s and 70’s rock bands. Talking about food, I love breakfasts at any time with a good cup of coffee. Also, wine and beer and homemade fries!
What was the trip that changed it all for you and made you decide to travel?
When I went to Europe for the first time in 2009 accompanied for two great friends, and backpacking. I felt like everything was possible and it was.
What is your favorite travel quote?
Travel to live, live to travel.
What do you collect from places you travel to?
I’m sure lots of young people like to know, how do you afford to travel?
I was very blessed when I started traveling because my parents helped me, but now I just try to save all the money that I can from work and then I plan my next trip.
What’s the one item that you must bring on every trip?
Do you have any weird travel traditions?
I like to eat in a really good place every time and try typical food. That’s a must.
Have you considered doing any extreme traveling, such as mountain climbing?
I would love to do a Machu Picchu walking tour with my boyfriend someday.
What are your favorite movies to watch on the plane?
The ones that I already saw because I always fall asleep on planes.
What has been your favorite place so far, and why?
That’s a very difficult question to answer. I think I could say Morocco, specially the Mezquita Hassan ll in Casablanca at sunset, it was magical. Also, Buenos Aires, the capital city because everything is how I always imagined, full of old bookstores and coffee houses. And the Riviera Maya, because a long time ago I went there on a road trip with my parents and my brother and it was one of the best moments in my life. Now I’m living here and I’m in love with all the places around me.
What’s next on your travel plans?
I want to go back to Argentina and visit Ushuaia. India is my dream come true also.
Has anything unexpected ever happened that made you re-consider your love for traveling or strengthened it more?
Yes! I spent the night in strange places or airports more than once and my first day in Marrakech was horrible and scary but later everything was worth it and those experiences are thee ones that make you stronger and a traveler expert.
And anything else you like to tell readers…
Travel, travel, travel as much as you can! And know your own place and country.