Even a life-threatening experience won’t stop him from traveling…Check out Syed Mohamed Arif interview…
T: A short bio about yourself, A 3-4 lines that best describe you, what you do for living and so…
S: My name is Syed Mohamed Arif, 25 years old and I just finished studying masters in engineering for international development at University College London. I am currently unoccupied as I had just come back from London. I would describe myself as a very outgoing person. I love to travel and I am very adventurous.
T: Where have you been?
S: As a student, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to study in the United Kingdom. Fairly, I’ve been to few countries but not as much as my other friends have been. Notably, I’ve been to Greece, Germany, Switzerland, France, Holland, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bosnia, and Montenegro. I might miss a few though.
T: What’s your favorite place so far? Why?
S: My favorite place so far is definitely Switzerland. I’ve been there three times. I love it because of the beautiful nature that it has, the efficient public transportation and of course…the views are magnificent.
T: One unforgettable travel experience or incident that sticks in your mind…?
S: One incident that I will never forget is when I went to Switzerland for the first time. I had a ski accident there and I almost died. I tore my ACL (my right knee ligament was torn). I suffered for months.
T: What was the most challenging thing about traveling with friends?
S: The thing I would say about traveling with friends is that you have to follow everyone’s timing and the different type of food everyone wants to eat.
T: What place is top of your bucket list?
S: As of right now I have 2 places on top of my bucket list, Iceland and Norway.
T: One advice to travelers?
S: Always plan ahead, get to know Google maps better as it would help you a lot; It gives great reviews of the place that you’re going to.
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