Nomad’s Wind

me (1 of 1)Hi and welcome to Nomad’s Wind. This is a space where I’m sharing my experiences from the world with the hope to help you to plan your next trip, find new travel inspirations and know more about the world. Now you might want to know who am I and why do I know about the world.  I’m Carlotta, travel blogger and photographer, nice to meet you! I was born and raised in Padua, Italy, I have never had a clear path ahead and my life have always been characterized by last minute and impulsive decisions. After a University degrees in History and Protection of Cultural Heritage, I moved to London in 2009 with the idea to spend there a couple of months to learn the language. The couple of months became 3 years, followed by over one year in Australia, one touring Southeast Asia and who knows where the wind will take me next. Working and traveling full time is not always easy and my adventures at times became disadventure, but it’s all part of the amusement of life. Something more? I never leave without my camera. I love temples because no other place makes me feel that sort of peace. I love beaches, working on my tan and sipping on margaritas, which can sometimes be hard work. I love swimming with Nemo! But if you put what I love all together, I could have a heart attack; I need beauty in little doses to be able to cope with it because I get over excited too easily.

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  • UBUD

My Ubud experience

June 28th, 2015|1 Comment


What to expect when traveling to Pai, Thailand

June 4th, 2015|1 Comment

Once a sleepy village in the extreme north of Thailand, cut off from the rest of the Kingdom because of its isolated position and mainly populated by Shan people coming from the close by Myanmar; […]

  • After the rain (1 of 1)

Rainy Season In Chiang Mai and Northern Thailand

May 27th, 2015|2 Comments

In Chiang Mai and the northern part of Thailand, like in the majority of Southeast Asia, there is a tropical climate, meaning that there are three main seasons: cool dry (Oct-Feb), hot dry (March-May) and hot wet […]

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