Nomad Peleg Cohen Travels the World
He has never had a regular job or a car.
His education has come from the road and his inspiration from the people he has met along the way.
He has crossed West Africa, lived among locals, slept in villages and pitched his tent on endless stretches of white sand beaches.
He has stood in awe beneath the skyscrapers of Hong Kong and slept among the nomadic tribes of Mongolia.
From the north to the south of the America’s, Europe and Australia, he has fulfilled his dream of traveling to 100 countries.
I’m 30 and I’m a nomad. I’ve never held a job or had a home, I’ve never studied and I don’t have a car. Every week I meet dozens of people I have never seen before and I have friends in every corner of the world,” says Peleg Cohen about himself.
Cohen was born in Israel and after finishing the military service, he felt he wanted to see the world. His journey set out in Bangkok and Thailand, where he couldn’t help falling in love with the landscape and its beautiful people.
The thirst for getting to know new places and meeting people kept on growing and he kept on to Nepal, New Zealand, Australia, Lebanon, Mexico, Brazil, Ethiopia, India and Senegal, among others. And so he got to more than 100 countries in less than 10 years.
“It’s not easy to wake up in a different place every day, without the slightest clue of what the future holds. Nonetheless there’s nothing more stimulating and satisfying than meeting new people and discovering their stories, cultures, traditions and ways of life,” said Peleg.
Cohen developed a global conscience about ways of living of people, and he noticed that not everything was a bed of roses and he felt the need to start helping people he met on the road.
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