Mike is a journalist from New York. He works at a local magazine and writes about travelling and tourism. Mike has already visited 32 countries and he’s not going to stop!
Mike’s 41 and he adored travelling since he’s been a little boy. He started writing when he was at high school. That period helped him to realize that writing is his real passion. After university where he studied journalism, he decided to connect his two favorite things. So, he started writing about his travels.
In each country he visits schools, where he has a few lectures. He tries to teach children how to find their own way in life. It’s Mike’s own volunteer project, which is willingly accepted by schools of those countries.
Friends say he’s an extremely responsible person. At the same time he has an incredible sense of humor and always ready to support you.
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