Camping 101. Transitioning from backpacker to camper.
If the year of 2020 has taught us anything is to embrace the fact of how unpredictable life could be. No matter what you have planned, life can take an unexpected turn and change your route drastically. As every travel addict
Do you remember those Hollywood movies about sudden civil war or tsunami catching people off guard in foreign countries? I always thought the plot of these films was way too unrealistic. Well, until I almost got stranded on a tropical
It took me the longest time to remove this tag from my luggage…. It wasn’t just a tag, it was an umbilical cord holding me to my travel life memories. When did I get so sentimental ?! Sensing it
The land of incredible coffee and kind, heart warming people. This is how I remember Colombia. So many things to see, to do in is country, it is almost too overwhelming for the first visitor (as I was). The
I left the country with a firm believe that Myanmar’s main treasure is not the cold, covering their endless pagodas. It’s the people. Humble, friendly, kind and so sincere, it will deeply touch your soul. Their citizens are not rich financially,
I found it challenging to balance traveling and a “normal life” everyone expects you to have. There is always a dilemma of what to pick: career over travel, budget over comfort, solo travel or group, beach or a cultural destination.
How early is too early to pack? For many of my trips I’ve been guilty with the last-minute packing. But not with the SE Asia solo backpacking trip! This is a journey you want to be prepared. As my friends are
Love me or hate but this is an unfiltered, non-edited post based on my own experience. Being overwhelmed by my tip I feel the need to share this with others. I’m happy if you had a different one but this
1. Ride a Tuk tuk Asia’s one of the most popular and affordable transportation. Fun to ride especially on the hot days. A unique way to try out the local life style. Sometimes being a passenger is an adventure itself! Try to
So, you’ve visited all the temples in Angkor Wat and feeling inspired to see more of this wonderful country. There is so much more to see! Since I only had 5 days in Seam Reap I was limited to sightseeing