Bali has been a popular destination for travellers for years. And after spending a few weeks on Bali myself, I can say that I get why it is so famous: it has a lot to offer, from cute beachtowns around the coast to beautiful ricefields and waterfalls inland. Since Bali is not a huge island, … More Bucketlist: 8 Amazing things to do on Bali
Ubud is a must when you visit Bali. But be aware, it is very crowded. I like how the locals just live their lives while tourists come and go. I think the centre of Ubud are the two parallel street JI. Monky Forest and JI. Hanoman (you will see a lot of tourists there and … More Travel guide: Ubud (Bali), Indonesia
Bali was on my list for a while, so when I was in Thailand this year I decided to hop on a plane to Bali and spend three weeks there. Because I was not feeling the ‘crazy-crowded-Kuta’ vibe, I chose to stay in Legian for a few days, which is between Kuta and Seminyak. It … More Travel guide: Legian, Bali (Indonesia)
One of the things I like about travelling abroad is trying new dishes. I love food and I like to try local dishes in the countries that I visit. Some kitchens in Southeast Asia really surprised me (Thailand and Vietnam), while others disappointed me (Laos and Cambodia). Here are the 5 dishes that I think … More Food: 5 dishes to try in Southeast Asia
Backpacking made me appreciate nature much more. Before my backpackingtrips through Southeat Asia I was never really interested in nature. I think that was partly because of the ‘not knowing’; I had never seen mountains or waterfalls in real life, so I had no idea of its beauty or impressiveness. Growing up in The Netherlands … More Travelstories: How backpacking made me appreciate nature more.