Anaïs Possamaï ananas

I’m Anais, the French one. I have spent the last 4 years living my life for travel, although this will be my first time via motorcycle.

What do I do? Hmm… This is the question I do not have an answer for. I work in different places, save and then go somewhere I’ve never been before. This is what I do.

I don’t exactly remember when the urge to experience and discover new places hit me. But I’ve realised that when I really want something, I should always trust my instincts, be independent, and make it happen. This is why I started travelling on my own. I don’t remember the start of my wanderlust but I grew up with stories of my dad’s adventures to far-off lands and distant countries. I jumped at the chance to go on any school trip whether it was Italy, Spain or England. I would beg my parents to go and they would always relent. Now I realized how much they struggled to make these trips happen for me and I thank them for igniting the spark that became a full-on love of travel.

When it came time to start my own journey I secured an au-pair position in the US. After a year of planning, working, and getting my degree I finally made it first to the States at the age of 21, where the life of traveller became obvious to me.

Make the first step, it will always be worth it, no matter what happens. In any situation, I always try to remind myself this simple question “Pourquoi pas?” which means “why not?.” It has taken me to places I’ve never thought I would have ended up. My life is all about travelling, meeting new people, and making new friends. I love learning about different cultures, seeing beautiful places, and eating new food. This world has too much to offer to only stay in one place. 

Travelling the States, North America, and Europe has been an experience, but I’m now looking for something more challenging. I already know my limits but I want to take it to another level. This is why I had no doubts when Tim asked me to travel to Southeast Asia on a motorcycle with him. Again I said “Pourquoi pas” even though I have no idea what I’m getting into.

But who cares it’s going to be a fun adventure and it is now time to follow my personal legend.

Anaïs Possamaï ananas

I’m Anais, the French one. I have spent the last 4 years living my life for travel, although this will be my first time via motorcycle.

What do I do? Hmm… This is the question I do not have an answer for. I work in different places, save and then go somewhere I’ve never been before. This is what I do.

I don’t exactly remember when the urge to experience and discover new places hit me. But I’ve realised that when I really want something, I should always trust my instincts, be independent, and make it happen. This is why I started travelling on my own. I don’t remember the start of my wanderlust but I grew up with stories of my dad’s adventures to far-off lands and distant countries. I jumped at the chance to go on any school trip whether it was Italy, Spain or England. I would beg my parents to go and they would always relent. Now I realized how much they struggled to make these trips happen for me and I thank them for igniting the spark that became a full-on love of travel.

When it came time to start my own journey I secured an au-pair position in the US. After a year of planning, working, and getting my degree I finally made it first to the States at the age of 21, where the life of traveller became obvious to me.

Make the first step, it will always be worth it, no matter what happens. In any situation, I always try to remind myself this simple question “Pourquoi pas?” which means “why not?.” It has taken me to places I’ve never thought I would have ended up. My life is all about travelling, meeting new people, and making new friends. I love learning about different cultures, seeing beautiful places, and eating new food. This world has too much to offer to only stay in one place. 

Travelling the States, North America, and Europe has been an experience, but I’m now looking for something more challenging. I already know my limits but I want to take it to another level. This is why I had no doubts when Tim asked me to travel to Southeast Asia on a motorcycle with him. Again I said “Pourquoi pas” even though I have no idea what I’m getting into.

But who cares it’s going to be a fun adventure and it is now time to follow my personal legend.