For several years, Marta has been living in the United Arab Emirates and working as a flight attendant on international flights. She was born in a small town in Belarus and she says that she felt a little bit too restricted there. She used to read articles about traveling, she watched the train cars leaving the station, and hoped to get a chance to work and travel. Marta has already visited over 50 countries and she is not going to stop.
We at smartzune.com love her Instagram page and we are ready to share this story of the flight attendant who talks about her profession with a sense a humor and shares some life hacks with passengers.
It all started with a childhood dream.
My father used to go on business trips often and I always wanted him to take me with him. Once, he agreed, “Okay, let’s go to Poland.”
But the next morning, my dreams were shattered: my Belarus passport didn’t have a visa in it. The first time I went abroad was when I studied in college — it was the typical trip to Europe, “5 countries in one week.” When I was sitting on the stairs of a hostel not far from Paris looking at the lights far away, I realized, “This is my thing!”