Tag Archives: Featured travelers

Okavango Delta Botswana
Africa, Botswana, Countries
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Walking safari in the Okavango Delta in Botswana

Last year I made a 7,5-month overland trip through the African continent. I started off in Spain from where I took the ferry to Morocco. From here on I travelled along the west coast of Africa all the way to South Africa. After a few days of rest, I continued my journey to Nairobi in Kenya from where I had to fly home again. On this trip I also visited the famous Okavango Delta in Botswana where I did a walking safari.

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How to live in Asia
Asia, Countries
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Five Tips for Happily Living in Asia

If you’re planning on moving abroad, whether for the long term or the short term, you might find yourself drawn to Asia, where the cost of living is generally pretty cheap and jobs for English speakers tend to pay pretty well. However, if you’re headed to Asia from the West, you’ll find that there are differences in everything from food and etiquette to real estate and business. It can be challenging to get into the rhythm of the place you’ve chosen as your new home, but it’s infinitely rewarding to find yourself feeling comfortable in a place that once felt so foreign. Here are five tips to smooth your transition:

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Why you should go to Japan
Asia, Countries, Japan
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Why you should go to Japan

{GUESTBLOG} “I would love to go to Japan, but it’s too expensive”. This is mostly the first comment when talking to fellow travellers about Japan. Many assume that Japan will cost them loads of money and it’s a pitty that many travellers skip this amazing country because of this assumption. Japan is not a typical backpacker destination, but it’s cheaper than you think. And while traveling in Asia, you might never be that close to Japan again.

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Traveling the world with a child
Travel, Travel Inspiration
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Traveling the world with a child

Ever since I was a young girl, I have been dreaming about traveling the world. I dreamed about rough nature, fairytale landscapes and meeting people from different cultures. I always wanted to be an explorer, a free soul, traveling the world’s farthest ends. In some way, I turned out to be a legal advisor, being able to only take 25 days off a year. But this didn’t hold me back from pursuing my dreams. I didn’t give them up. I just made them fit my life. I spent most of my free time traveling and have seen over 40 countries. At the age of 25, I became a mom. A single parent.

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Hsipaw Myanmar
Asia, Countries, Myanmar
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3 Reasons Why You Should Go to Hsipaw, Myanmar

{GUESTBLOG} Tourism is growing in Myanmar and the country is developing. Many people only visit the main tourist attractions as Bagan, Yangon, Mandalay and Inle Lake. Those are beautiful places, but if you prefer more nature and a nice quiet place, you should go to Hsipaw. Hsipaw is awesome and here are 3 reasons why.

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Bali work holiday
Asia, Countries, Indonesia
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With your company on a work holiday?

{Inspiration} Hi! This post is from Jacob Laukaitis. He’s a digital nomad, meaning he can work from anywhere as long as he has his computer and a Wi-Fi, he  travels 9-10 months every year. In the last 2 years he visited more than 30 countries and spent most of his time in Asia.

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Australia, Countries
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Australia’s most deathly animals (+ do’s and dont’s)

{GUESTBLOG} Australia, the country of the Crocodile hunter, the country of deathly spiders and poisonous snakes. The country where people get eaten alive by sharks or get attacked by dingo’s. But what are the most dangerous animals in Australia, for us people? Where should we be scared of and what should we do when we run into one of these animals?
I ask Jeremy, ranger at The Billabong Sanctuary in Townsville Queensland.

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