Welcome to my solo travel blog

Adrian Sameli is blogging about his inspiring journey around the world. He is an avid traveller and started this solo travel blog in 2015 as part of a sabbatical gap year. Since then, he has become a digital nomad and did pro bono consulting for impact-driven social enterprises in America, Africa and India.

Follow his epic trips, read his catchy stories and become part of this unique journey. Learn how to travel more mindfully, meet strangers, embrace foreign cultures and become an inspiring person yourself. The journey starts with you!

Explore all 150 countries I have visited so far:

after 3 years as a digital nomad, I have visited 101 countries and 1,000 stories to tell!

Inspiring postcards

Smashing Conference - updating my web design and development knowledge and network
updating my web design and development knowledge and network
Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik Uni Bern - meeting Matthias Stürmer of the digital sustainability research institute in Bern
meeting Matthias Stürmer of the digital sustainability research institute in Bern
Gudbrandsjuvet - the small waterfall with a mysterious legend on the road to Trollstigen
the small waterfall with a mysterious legend on the road to Trollstigen
Jazza Centre - recruiting, educating and placing Domestic Assistants all over Kenya
recruiting, educating and placing Domestic Assistants all over Kenya
Kyongsang Kindergarten - where performance drills are more important than kids fooling around
where performance drills are more important than kids fooling around
Orange River - crossing the border to South Africa through the greenest oasis I have seen in Namibia
crossing the border to South Africa through the greenest oasis I have seen in Namibia
Art Jog - international annual contemporary art exhibition in the heart of Yogyakarta
international annual contemporary art exhibition in the heart of Yogyakarta
Fiction - dancing through the night with young South Africans so close from my backpackers
dancing through the night with young South Africans so close from my backpackers
Pak Ou Caves - two caves above the Mekong with thousands of Buddha statues
two caves above the Mekong with thousands of Buddha statues
Karakuli Dance Theatre - great athletic provocative performance
great athletic provocative performance
Yanka Kupala Park - watching the first snowflakes fall
watching the first snowflakes fall
Katavi National Park - indoor camping next to a horde of chilling Hippos to avoid the roaming Lions
indoor camping next to a horde of chilling Hippos to avoid the roaming Lions