When I tell people that I have been backpacking alone, people always ask “Alone? Isn’t that scary”, “Didn’t you feel alone”…etc. The truth is solo-backpacking is not for everyone. Yes you will meet loads of awesome likeminded social people, but there will also be times where it is just you…alone… Solo-backpacking works for me because … More Tips: Backpacking solo vs. backpacking with a friend
It has been a little over a year since I got back from my second trip through Southeast Asia, and on most days I think “I want to go back”, because there are just so many great things about travelling. Unfortunately I can not go back to long-term travelling at this moment (because of my … More Travelstories: What I miss about backpacking through Southeast Asia
Who travels without a mobile phone? No one. Because there are tons of apps that help you during your trip. Besides the ‘obvious’ apps that are good for keeping in touch with your friends and family (like WhatsApp or Skype) and apps that you use to navigate in a foreign city, there are a lot … More Tips: Best apps for backpacking
Visiting temples was a new thing for me when I went to Southeast Asia, since we (obviously) do not have temples in The Netherlands. Once I had seen one in real life and saw how the locals were acting around it, I was curious about temples and buddhism (Please remember that when I say ‘temples’ … More Spotlight on: 5 Unique temples in Southeast Asia (+ tips for visiting)
A week or two ago I posted an article called ‘a day in the life- backpacker edition‘ in which I told you what a normal day during my backpacking trip looked like. Today, I am going to tell you what I eat on a normal backpack-day. When it comes to food, I always try to … More Travelstories: What I ate in a day- backpacker edition
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