Introduction - Crazzzy Travel

We’re Illia and Nastia, a couple in love with each other and traveling. CrazzzyTravel is where we tell our story, share travel tips and post pictures from around the world.

Our first trip together was to Ukrainian southern city Odesa at the Black sea coast. At that time we dated just for a month, but now we know: that trip meant a lot, since it showed us that we want to travel with each other for the rest of our lives.

After that we lived in two different countries for two long years, Nastia studied in Sweden and Illia worked and studied in Ukraine. This long-distance relationship was horrible. Till the end of this two year period we were so exhausted with endless Skype dates that we decided to change our lives to be able to spend 24 hours per day 7 days per week together.

 And then our wonderful travels started. Illia bought one way tickets to Singapore and we departed as soon as we got our diplomas. Since then we decided that we do not want to stop wandering around the world and spending time with each other.

We have already been to 33 countries on four continents. Our favorite destinations are France, USA, Thailand and Sri Lanka. Our favorite islands are Pulau Besar (Malaysia) and Havelock (Andaman Islands, India). Our favorite city is Singapore. The weirdest place we’ve ever been to is Almaty (Kazakhstan), the most mysterious one is Angkor Wat (Siam Reap, Cambodia).

Right now we are saving money to go to South America. We think about visiting almost all countries of the continent, in particular Peru and Bolivia.

We are deeply persuaded that only nomadic people are truly free. No excuses! You don’t have to be rich to travel, but only motivated and inspired!


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We overland. We eat plants and fungi. We live outside as much as possible. We are all connected. A female travel blogger overlanding and writing about ecotourism, ethical and sustainable travel, socially conscious travel and housesitting. An online travel magazine since 2015.


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