A life as a Traveller – volunteering in the World

by Antonio Di Guida

Antonio Di Guida, a nomad since 2013, has lived 6 years of his life around the world doing volunteer work. He will attend WAO Festival with a lecture in which he will talk about how to live a nomadic life. Useful tips on how to live on the go: move, find work, support and housing. Through projected videos, stories and images, he will share some community projects that he lived around the world by the volunteering. In addition to this, Antonio will talk about his extreme cycling trips, with useful tips on how to travel and live with a bicycle.

He will also talk about experiences that can totally change one’s life.

Antonio Di Guida bio

Antonio Di Guida was born in Italy and when he completed his studies at University at the age of 21 he decided to start backpacking looking for experiences that could change his life. He lived in Kenya and Tanzania for 4 months doing volunteer work. He then moved to Australia where, through the working holiday visa, he lived and traveled for two years in the land of kangaroos. He crosses the whole Asia by land and by sea, immersing himself in all the cultures, religions and experiences that showed up in front of his path, at the end of which in the Arab states begins a bicycle trip to Italy, crossing Iran, Turkey and Greece. For the last two years he has lived in America, rolling from the United States to all over Central and South America. His three travel books will be available during the conference.

Website: https://italianbackpacker.com/

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