About Me

The Blog
Lingo in Transit is a continuous life journey through travel, learning about other cultures, countries and languages. I have travelled alone, with friends/family and solo in a group to places rich in history and culture to better understand the world around me. I love the thrill of arriving in a new destination and the possibilities to see and explore. Often it is also the other travellers and locals that we meet along the way that make a place special and make us realise that we are all more alike than different.

While happy to be wearing the same 5 t-shirts that I’ve packed, I still enjoy having a pillow and bed to sleep on at night. Some of my favourite countries I have travelled to include Mexico, Poland and India. I’ve marvelled at staying in the Peruvian Amazon, gone on a communism and nuclear bunker tour in Prague, ‘glamping’ in the Thar desert and solo-travelled in France using BlaBlaCar for 1 month.

Whether you’re passing through researching a destination, are just browsing, want some tips on places, language learning or are following my journey- you’ve come to the right place!

The Author

I’m Sophie, a scientist by training I work full-time in clinical research by day. I started this blog to document my travels and to express myself more creatively. I’m a self confessed croissant connoisseur and both a coffee and tea enthusiast. Hailing from Australia, in my spare time I’m learning french and/or spanish, having tea or out enjoying the sun.

Thank you for stopping by!

Contact Me

Twitter: @lingointransit
Instagram: @lingointransit

To discuss collaborations please email: lingoattransit [at] gmail [dot] com

2 responses to “About Me”

  1. cocoaupnorth says :

    Lovely to meet you Sophie. I’ll be catching up on your travel adventures:-)

  2. joylennick says :

    Thank you for reading my post. I’m more of an armchair traveller these days, but can see the sense of shared car travel – while being VERY wary and careful about all the arrangements. Stay safe! And happy travelling. Cheers! x

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