“I would rather own a little and see the world, than own the world and see a little of it.” – Alexander Sattler
This blog is a spandrel of Sana’s Instagram page @Nomadic.Medic
It is a log of our life and travels.
We are both young doctors and have been married for 3 years. Our sweet little monkey – Arya is nearly 10 months old now. We also call her bobloo, cutoo, pyaroo and pretty much anything else we can to capture that undefinable feeling she kindles inside us.
We’ve traveled alone, with friends, with family, as a couple and now as parents. Traveling is a passion we both share. And we’ve got stories to make and share.
As much as this is going to be a canvas of our worldly exploits, we would also like to share our wisdom with everyone else of similar spirits.
Hi, I am Sana, a doctor on maternity leave going out of my mind due to boredom, hence the Instagram handle and this blog 😁 I am a daughter, a sister, a wife, a doctor, and now a mom to a little daredevil 😄I am nowhere perfect in any of these roles but I do try.
I love reading, watching movies and lately traveling. My interest in traveling developed in 2012 because of my first trip to Europe with my parents.
I am a lazy person and comfort (with a little bit of luxury) is very important to me. So I am usually the one to select the hotels we stay in.
I am thankful to my friends and my husband who drag me out of the house and I end up having a lot of fun.
Here I am, taking a selfie on a hot-air-balloon ride over an extraterrestrial terrain in the heart of Turkey.
I love to travel. I travel for that feeling. When you stand in awe and insignificance to lofty peaks. The mesmerisation of food you taste for the first time. Or when you can feel the history of a place in its atmosphere rather than reading it in a book. The list is endless. Mostly I travel for travel’s sake.
I also love many other things. I’m developing my skills as a psychiatrist at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, UK. I’m interested in science in general and physics in particular. I’m also interested in deep philosophical issues. Don’t worry I have a different blog Metascientist.com for all that heavy stuff.