For me, packing is one of the stressful parts of travel. I always agonize over every little piece of clothing that goes into my backpack or suitcase and most of the times I bring more clothing (or toiletries) than I needed. I’m probably not the only one with ‘packing-stress’, so that why I created the ultimate female packing list for packing light. Of course you can add more on your female packing list, but these things are definitely the essentials!
Because I prefer to make list on paper and I know a lot of you prefer the same, I made a (free!) printable for you. It’s just in PDF file, so it’s easy to download. So definitely download this ultimate female packing list if you have a trip coming up!
Free printable: THE ULTIMATE FEMALE PACKING LIST
Dublin is a lovely city to visit, which has also a lot to offer. Not only in the city itself, but also outside of the city. There are many day trips from out Dublin which are worthwhile to make. There are a lot of organized tours from out Dublin, which aren’t even that expensive. So if you’re visiting Dublin, just go outside of the city for at least one or two days. So no matter how long you stay in this city, you won’t be able to get bored! Continue Reading
Last summer I decided to travel through Europe by bus. I didn’t want to spend a lot of money and after doing a lot of research, I found out the cheapest way to travel through Europe is by bus. There are a lot of options and those vary also a lot in prices and destinations. In my research I found 5 bus companies to travel with through Europe, which were the most active and biggest ones I could find. Continue Reading
When we travel to a country, we all want to learn something from its culture. The tourist guide can tell you a few things, just like your Lonely Planet, but it’s definitely not the same if you learn it from a local. It’s their culture and their home area, so of course they know it better than the tourist guide. But what are the best ways to meet locals while traveling? I’ll tell you the 5 best ways to meet the local community while you’re traveling. Continue Reading
Nowadays almost everyone has a smartphone and most of us are also a bit addicted to it. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter.. Those apps are great to spend a lot of time on, without doing anything useful. Now I’m not saying a smartphone is useless and a waste of time, no definitely not! The smartphone is a computer in your pocket, which has a lot of amazing functions. Not only for at home, but also for traveling. So I’ll tell you what you need to do to get your phone ready for travel. Continue Reading
Last summer I decided to go on a small road trip through Europe. I had no job at that time and because I had some money saved, I was able to go. Copenhagen was really high on my bucket list, so I decided this was the perfect time to go. I had been to Denmark twice before, but never to Copenhagen. Maybe that was the reason why I really wanted to visit this city, but I have to say my visit was definitely worth it. I really loved the atmosphere is this city and it feels really modern, even though it has its historical sights. I’ve made a top five list of things you definitely need to do in Copenhagen. So here you go! Continue Reading
A lot of people have a bucket list and so do I, but there are also thing I really don’t want to do in my life. Things I’m scared of, things I stand for or just things I don’t want to do. So here is my anti-bucket list! Continue Reading
In just 1,5 years I stayed in over 20 hostels. Before that I never slept in a hostel, so when I started traveling I didn’t really know what to expect. On my first trip to Australia I found out that I totally forgot somethings to bring. Luckily there are stores in Australia, so I survived the trip. But what do you really need when you’re going to stay in a hostel? I made a list for you with 9 essentials you definitely need to bring to a hostel. Continue Reading