“Memory is a way of holding on to the things you love, the things you are, the things you never want to lose.”

Welcome to my blog!

This blog is all about my adventures as I travel the world before heading to University.

My name is Martin Kayser, I am 18 years old and a graduate of the International School of Luxembourg. Before heading to University to study International Business, I will spend 3 months in Spain where I will be learning Spanish. After that I will head to El Salvador for 6 months. I will be helping in a workshop, which allows kids from very impoverished backgrounds to develop useful skills. I will also be teaching English and IT, and looking after and playing with the children as a standard supervisor. Part of my job is also to report back on how the NGO is operating and where there is space for improvement.

I am hoping to learn a lot for myself, mature as well as be of help to other people. It will be an experience of a lifetime that I will be sharing to the world on this blog.

I hope you will enjoy reading my experiences!

“I value my life, and make it something that never comes to a standstill”

Martin Kayser

Daisypath Vacation tickers


28th of August 2010: Arrival in Salamanca, Spain. (✔)

27th of November 2010: Arrival back in Luxembourg. (✔)

28th of December 2010: Flight to Santa Anna, El Salvador. (✔)

10th of June 2010: Flight to New York, USA. ( )

17th of June 2011: Arrival back in Luxembourg. ( )

6 thoughts on “About

  1. Tooty Nolan says:

    I’m bookmarking this blog. I want to see what happens.

  2. J Roycroft says:

    I too will be watching as your adventure continues

  3. Samantha says:

    Your travels sound amazing! I hope you are getting everything you can out of it.

    Buenos suerte con todos sus viajes! Iré leer su blog frecuentemente. 🙂


  4. James says:

    Hi Martin,

    Thanks for commenting on my blog! It’s wonderful to find someone who’s also had the Salamanca experience, I know how lucky I am to be here until June! Best of luck for your time in El Salvador, I will definitely be following your travels from now on.


  5. karen says:

    martin, you cheeky little monkey, you couldve told me about his blog MONTHS ago!!! 🙂 hope youre doing good, buddy! god, your giving these kids something theyll use the rest of their lives, thats awesome!
    enjoy your time…and I guess we’ll see each other next in Rotterdam, eh? eventhough it stinks there 😉
    be good, buddy, stay clear of lampposts.

    • Martin A. K. says:

      Hahaha yeah I know, but I never really used it and wasn’t about spreading it around! Yup, we shall meet up in stinky Rotterdam veryvery soon!!;) Am exited to see what the lampposts there are like hehe
      Take care and hopefully see you soon!xx

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