I am Christos Nezos tv host – journalist and I wish you a pleasant trip.
I’m Elsa Nezou and I started traveling several years ago. As a result of these years of wandering around the world, I have visited 166 countries out of the 193 ones recognized by the UN.
Traveling is a germ that if it enters your bloodstream there is no antidote to eliminate it. You just carry it.
Traveling brings you closer to other people, different people, different habits, different cultures. At the same time, it brings you closer to yourself. The journeys are not only geographical but also innermost.
Each journey makes you feel grateful for what life has to offer. It teaches you to be appreciative of even the smallest things that are given to you while you considered them a given.
The journey teaches you that you may be unique, like any other creature, but you are not the chosen one, not all good things in life should happen to you and you should stop resenting the evils. You get out of your microcosm, where everything, good or bad, is magnified and you are placed in the real dimensions of our planet. And to put it bluntly, since we’re going to talk more with images here, on the one hand it’s like being part of a panoramic photo of a landscape and on the other hand it’s like you’ve only zoomed in on yourself.
The journey widens your horizons. You realize that our world is so big but simultaneously so small.
I am often asked to answer the question: Was it nice?
How is “nice” defined in a trip? For me there is no nice or bad. There is something different and how you can assimilate this difference as a human being, process it and make it a useful experience. Behind the most beautiful place there may be frost and alienation and in the poorest and humblest of places a child’s smile may illuminate the universe and change all facts.
My goal, through this page, is to express my love for travel and to urge you to get to know the places I have visited. Let me give you an idea for your next trip. See through my eyes the world I have visited and conquer your own.
Have a safe trip!