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"Quitting a job to go vagabonding should never be seen as the end of something grudging and unpleasant. Rather, it's a vital step in beginning something new and wonderful"

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I now know by an almost fatalistic conformity with the facts that my destiny is to travel

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Travel. As much as you can. As far as you can. As long as you can. Life's not meant to be lived in one place.

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My week in the urban jungle

The peak hk
I was pretty excited about Hong Kong, I had read that it would not require me any visa, but I never met or talked to a Moroccan person who has been to HK, therefore I was mentally ready for some surprise at the airport, the excitement was mixed with fear and anxiousness, I calmed myself thinking that worst case scenario I would just take the [...]

20 Reasons Why Hong Kong Is An Awesom...

simphony of lights
Many would agree, locals in particular, and experienced travelers in general, that Hong Kong is an amazing place to visit, though not necessarily to live in. Why? Well the major reason is that you have to be rich to buy a half-decent apartment, in addition to how crowded it gets, the traffic jams, pollution and the unstable politics. All of w [...]

13 Things Only Solo Travelers Will Un...

13 things only solo travelers will understand
My most viewed travel related article, Check it out !!  On this one, I shared moments from my life as well as facts every solo traveler experiences, It  will make you want to take on the road ASAP! Intro below read the rest on Lifehack: Solo travel is the best way to break out of your shell and enjoy complete freedom. Solo travelers see the w [...]

Asia trip, Episode 5, In Hong Kong,

Victoria harbour at night
“You can leave Hong Kong, but it will never leave you.” —Nury Vittachi 3 words, I loved it. In this video you will notice how unlike what you might have thought, Hong Kong can be a laid back city to visit, besides the crowded streets of central, it is very easy to take a 30-60 min ferry to explore the nearby islands in the south. You should [...]

My week in Beijing

“For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” – Robert Louis Stevenson Day 1, Tuesday: Meeting my Host   The bullet train to Beijing took about 6 hours from Shanghai, this, more than anything else, made me realize how enormous china is, giving how close the two cities l [...]

Asia trip, Episode 4, China

shanghai, hangzhou, beijin film
China was never on my list, but a long backpacking trip makes anything possible. memories from almost two in Shanghai, a day and half in Hangzhou and a week in Beijin, 5 different Couchsurfing experiences and many friends that made this trip full of unforgettable moments. Many thanks to all of you who made my China trip an amazing one. Read [...]

Shanghai, in 14 wild days

traveler legacy shanghai
 From South Korea, to China. Warnings from my Korean friends were still ringing in my head boarding my plane, I was putting myself to danger they said, why not go directly to Thailand and spend more time there? I admit, they made some pretty good points. However,I knew I should ignore their words, and go discover what it’s like to be in [...]

Asia Trip, Episode 3, Seoul

Seoul at night
Seoul was so much fun, the nightlife makes this city vibrant and livable, I’m glad I had the chance to learn more about the culture that made Korea what it is today. Make sure you get the full story.  

My Trip To Seoul, a lot more fun than...

Myeong-Dong, seoul
When you’re on the road you meet a lot of travelers. Here is what I learned after listening to other people’s stories, each one experiences a city differently, therefore that shouldn’t affect your path and keep you from exploring a place first hand, after all isn’t that why we all take the road in the first place and n [...]

Moments from my trip to Busan

A lot of people have told me that 10 days is way too long for a visit to Busan. Well I wish I stayed even longer that that. Make sure to read more about My memorable trip to Busan,  and I hope you enjoy this video.

A short film about my week in Tokyo

My Long Trip to  Asia started In Tokyo, Japan. So many beautiful memories and moments to look back to. you can read more about it in my here . I hope you enjoy the ride and stay tuned for what’s coming !

Wise Words From Jim Rohn

A 12 min excerpt from a 4 hour Speech from Jim Rohn that may change your life. “Don’t seek Security, Seek Adventure” ” it’s not important how long you live, it’s important how you live”  

How a Mastermind will make you succee...

first human flight
This concept was introduced to me when I was reading “Think and grow rich” by Napoleon hill. For all I know a mastermind meant some genius or incredibly smart individual, However, according to Hill a mastermind  is : ” A Coordination of knowledge and effort, in a spirit of harmony, between two or more people, for the attainm [...]

My trip to busan, south korea

After one unforgettable week in Tokyo, I head over to Busan,Korea, following my original itinerary. Now, here is the thing, I knew Tokyo would put the bar way too high and I can’t lie to you I was kind of afraid of getting bored there, but since  Korea was awesome enough to welcome Moroccans with no visa required, thus less headache, an [...]

Lost But Won

never give up
Another motivational video that will keep you going however hard the road is.

Fight the enemy within

better than yesterday
this one is great before a good workout

Quiet desperation

bruce lee
I listen to this when I feel lazy, it pushes me to write.

Hard Times

hard times
I listen to this when I feel lost
Yassine Laroussi

Yassine Laroussi

Blogger, Traveler, Adventurer, Dream chaser

At 18 years old, I decided to move from Morocco to Canada to chase my dreams.

I write about personal development topics and I share my travel stories through my journal to inspire my readers to consider Vagabonding as well. Find out more about me here.


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Where I’ve been so far

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