I’m not traditionally a backpacker. Everywhere I’ve gone in the past, I had done so with a trusty suitcase. But as I went backpacking through Asia for two months, I figured I should listen to the advice of those around me and buy a good backpack. I knew I couldn’t just go out and get one. I needed one that specifically fit my (digital nomad) lifestyle, my body, and that could zip open at the front. So I did my research and after some testing I bought the Osprey Fairview 70L Backpack. I’ve decided to write a lengthy and honest review about the pros and cons and comfort of the Osprey Fairview backpack range. If you’re wondering if the Osprey Fairview backpack is perfect for you, check out my Osprey Fairview review.
I have been a fulltime digital nomad for a few months now, and as you may have noticed – I’m liking it a lot. But what you may not…
One of the things I regret most in my life? That I never took a gap year before, during or after my study. It never really occurred to…
Australia holds some of the most diverse landscapes and animals in the world, thanks to its enormous size. While it might mean you’ll have to limit your trip to one part of the country (and have to come back many times – not exactly a punishment!), you can rest assured every part of Australia is alive with fun experiences. To ignite your Australia wanderlust, I’ve teamed up with Flight Centre to bring you a list of 15 unique things to do in Australia!
A while ago, I received an email from a reader: asking if I could share my route for the Balkans. That’s when I realised that though I’ve posted a lot about that trip, I’ve never actually shared my itinerary for the Balkans. Which is too bad, because more people might find it useful. The Balkans is such a beautiful, diverse region, that I highly recommend visiting! It’s still one of my favorite trips ever.
In the meanwhile, it has been two years since my visit, so the details of our trip and how long we stayed where are slowly starting to become hazy. However, I did my best to share our Balkan road trip itinerary anyway.
Now that we are well on our way on our trip, I thought it would be fun to show you our world trip preparations. It’s actually quite funny how the weeks leading up to our departure went: one moment I got panic attacks when I saw how much still needed to be done, the other moment I thought: there’s not much left to do. Over the exact same to do-list. Perspective, eh?
Roughly, there are just three parts of preparation for a big trip: all the administrative stuff, the move, and the actual journey (and planning). Being the control freak that I am, I make checklists of everything, and it feels great when I get to check so many things off my list. Let me take you through the preparation we went through when planning our world trip. Hopefully this checklist will be helpful to you for your world trip preparations :)
Japan is one of those destinations that is on almost everyone’s bucket list, but it is also a destination that you might only visit once in your lifetime. And if you travel all the way there, you will want to to make the most of your time and tick off all the highlights, right? With so much to see and experience it can be pretty stressful deciding what to hit and miss, so we’ve asked an expert to share her tips. Intern Dyllis has lived in Japan for five months and put together a an itinerary for the most iconic places of Japan. With this itinerary in your pocket, all you need to do is book a flight!
Traveling is a lot of fun, but let’s be honest: it can be quite stressful at times! The day before departure I’m always a walking train wreck wandering around the room nervously, checking everything at least three times, and packing my suitcase at the very last minute. Thankfully, being a seasoned traveler means I have collected some tricks to start my trip over the years as to how to start my trips as relaxed as possible. Here they are!
A solo trip is something every woman has to experience. Going somewhere all by yourself, following your own intuition: it’s truly a life changing experience. And it doesn’t have to be a trip of 3 months either, a short city break is also very suitable for a solo trip. A few days of exploring a new city, culture and snapping some amazing pictures of famous sights is perfect for a solo trip! This is why we have put together a list of the 15 best and safest cities for solo female travelers!
Japan is a diverse and fascinating country, with a plethora of things to see. So we put together a list of 85 things to do when you are in Japan, to help you with your planning, and get the most out of your Japan holiday.