Flying is not my most favorite part of traveling. Sitting in a chair for hours isn’t the most fun thing to do and besides that I get (travel) sick really easily. To make a flight more comfortable I try to be as active as possible. That doesn’t mean I’m going to jog in the airplane, but I’m always trying to move around and do different things during a flight. Just sitting and waiting makes a flight a lot harder, so I have some tips for you to survive a long distance flight. I use those tips too, so I know they work! Continue Reading
As a student you have to be careful with your money. I work already 6,5 years in a supermarket to earn some money to do great things instead of only paying my study. As you all know I love to travel, so the great thing I do with my self-earned money is traveling. People near me don’t understand how I can afford traveling that much as I’m doing. First of all it’s the will power to safe a lot of money, but second of all is searching all the time for the best travel deals. When I found a great deal and I’m able to travel that moment, I will take it. That’s also what I did with my trip to Poland. I found a great deal at the Ryanair website and I couldn’t resist it. In this post I’m going to tell you how much one week Poland costs. Of course you can make it as expensive as you want, but for me it’s a great challenge to get it as cheap as possible. Continue Reading
When I’m going on a small trip or a long travel, I always have my daypack with me as hand luggage. I keep my travel essentials in this bag and I can’t go on a flight without them. I’ve listen them down below for you to take a look what my essentials are and why I have them in my hand luggage.
1. Travelcase with my passport, tickets, notebook and pen
When you’re traveling you need a passport and tickets, so that’s not weird it’s an essential for me. I have a case for those and in it there’s also a small notebook and a pen. Just to write down ideas for my blog or for other thoughts I want to write down. I love it to have it all together, because I hate it when I can’t find my passport or ticket. Continue Reading
For only €37,- I found a return ticket to Warsaw. I couldn’t resist it and bought it. No idea what to expect, I just went. Because I had 7 days in Poland, I thought it would be nice to visit two cities in one trip. So I went to Warsaw and Kraków, the two most populair cities from Poland. I can say this trip was really amazing and I didn’t know (until now) how amazing Poland is. To give you some inspiration what to do in Warsaw I have this list down below. Of course there’s much more to do in Warsaw, but those I really like the most. Continue Reading
As you may know if you follow me on social media (if not; follow me!) I’m now in Poland. I’m here for 7 days and I’m visiting two cities, Warsaw and Krakow. To save money I only want to take carry-on luggage with me. I bought a carry-on suitcase and start packing really efficiently. So what did I pack for a week of Poland? Continue Reading
Something I like to do is writing down my memories from a trip. I love to write on the digital paper, but for some reasons I want to write those memories on real paper. That’s why I asked for a travel journal as a present for Sinterklaas (the Dutch kind of Christmas). You can also use a normal notebook, but a travel journal is made for it. I found some really cute travel journals on the internet I wanted to share with you. All they have something different, what makes them so great to use. So if you want to buy a travel journal for yourself or you’re searching for a presest for a traveler, just keep on reading! Continue Reading
For years I had to borrow a suitcase from my boyfriend’s father. Last year I bought a backpack, because carrying a suitcase to Indonesia and Australia wasn’t a option for me. Now the time has come that I bought my first suitcase. Not a big suitcase, but just a small carry-on suitcase. Next week I’m going to Poland and I take only handlugage with me. So I needed a suitcase. I could borrow it again from my ‘father in law’ (we’re not married), but I didn’t want to ask it again. Now the time has come that I needed to buy one for myself, so I don’t have to depend on someone everytime I travel. Continue Reading
There’s always an excuse for everything, so there’s also an excuse for not traveling. I should say a lot of excuses. As a traveler you hear them all the time, so it’s time to bring those excuses down!
Excuse 1: “It’s too expensive”
Traveling can be really expensive, but it doesn’t need to. It depends where you are going (Australia is expensive, but Vietnam or Indonesia isn’t) and what kind of choices you make. Not only while traveling, but also before traveling. Save money instead of buying unnecessary material products like a brand new car and when you do that you’ll have enough money for traveling. One thing to make clear; traveling doesn’t have to mean staying in 5 star hotels and eating always in expensive restaurants. You can make your trip as expensive as you want. Continue Reading