Travel

Vietnam – Halong Bay and Hanoi

I was sooo excited to go to Vietnam, I had heard so many awesome things about it and after two weeks of chilling in Bali I was ready for new adventures. Even though it was a little bit annoying, to be ripped off by the taxi driver right after arriving in Hanoi, I was...

Bali – Canggu, Uluwatu and Kuta

Canggu If you want to learn surfing in Bali, I think this is the place to be. It is not too busy, one of the cheaper places and it is just really nice. I ended up not surfing here, but I did the other thing that Bali is famous for which is Yoga. I was just in a state...

Singapore

About six years ago I spent a 24 hrs stopover in Singapore. I did a sightseeing tour and to be honest, I wasn't impressed. So on this trip I was determined to give it a second chance - and it was worth it. Frankly, I think about everything has changed in this city...

Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur and Pulau Tioman

Kuala Lumpur On my way from Thailand to Singapore I spent a week in Malaysia. Looking back, a week was way too short but hey, I can always come back. I flew from Krabi to Kuala Lumpur and had a little culture shock. After I had spent a month in Thailand in the jungle...

Thailand – Koh Phi Phi and Maya Bay

Koh Phi Phi I reached Koh Phi Phi by taking a ferry from Krabi on the west coast from Thailand. Koh Phi Phi is a tiny island without cars, that I loved. I could walk everywhere and there was no traffic noises which made it feel so relaxed. Maya Bay The reason I went...

Thailand – Koh Pha-Ngan and Koh Tao

I had been in Thailand for a bit over two weeks now and haven't seen a beach yet, this screams for a change of scenery: Off to the islands. I booked a flight from Chiang Mai to Surat Thani with Air Asia, even though I was a bit sceptical about this airline, I can now...

Thailand – Pai and the Golden Triangle

This already feels like it was ages ago, but I just didn't have the chance to post this earlier. Pai When I came to Thailand I hadn't even heard of Pai. But since I hadn't planned anything yet I followed my fellow new travel buddies to this adorable hippie town north...

Thailand – Chiang Mai ‘The Hike’

  Booking Back in Bangkok I booked a hiking trip through the jungle close to Chiang Mai. Looking back, I could have gotten it way cheaper if I had not booked it there and I could probably have been more selective about the kind of hike I booked, but I am still...

Welcome to Thailand

When I plan a trip, I don't usually think about all the things that could go wrong. I just prepare whatever I think is necessary and expect the best. So usually I just freak out really briefly right before the trip. This time was no exception and I worried that my...

A weekend in the british countryside – Bourton on the Water

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about my difficulties in planning to travel. I wanted to go on a 'Country Side Adventure' with a friend of mine and had to leave most of the planning to her as it is really hard for me to decide on a Hotel or even Town before being there....

Broadway Market – London

In my last blog post I mentioned how much I love the Markets in London. Today I went to Broadway Market, it was amazing. The perfect time to go to the Market is when you are hungry. I went for an early lunch (some might call it brunch) after having a nice and lazy...

My favourite place

After I finished work today (yes I worked on a Sunday) I went to my favourite Sunday-place in London: Brick Lane. I just love the atmosphere, the people and the food. I live walking distance from the market and ever since I moved here I love to go to the market...

How to plan travelling

There are a billion different ways to plan your holidays. You can book a year in advance or go last-minute you might want to travel all-inclusive or plan nothing in advance. Which way to choose is really up to everyone individually. Unless you travel with someone...

Birthdays…

I think there is a certain age for everyone when Birthdays stop being only amazingly awesome and start being also creepy (for some more than for others) in a 'my life is coming to an end' kind of way. I know I might be a bit over dramatic in that way, but for me that...

Pin It on Pinterest