The Best of Porto (& Free Things To Do)

Porto, also known as Oporto, is the second largest city in Portugal. For a color seeker like me, it was love at first sight. With the old-ish vibes, the colorful scenes and Douro River in the background it was quite hard not to fall for Porto. Any Port wine addicts...

20 Interesting Things You Must Know About Portugal

Portugal; a mix of stunning landscapes, colorful cities and old trams. The country sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. Under the warm Portuguese sun, there’s also the freezing cold areas. The ocean is a big trap. It’s bloody cold in there. Between the natural...

What To See In Budapest In 2 Days – On A Budget

Many travelers love Budapest. You only need to get there to understand why. Budapest is the kind of city where I could easily live. And I don't say that very often! It is affordable for budget travelers, pretty fun for party animals and full of history for the ones...

These 17 Travel Girls Will Convince You To Take That Trip.

Most people dream of traveling the world. They will secretly be scrolling through their Facebook and Instagram feed and dream a little.   What would you do if you had countless money?  That’d be easy for me; I’d travel the world - without worrying too much about...

Birthday Wishes To Myself – Happy Travels!

I'm not getting any younger. And I have no intention to insult you. I'm turning 28. When I was 16 years old, I wouldn't have had a clue I'd end up being in an English relationship. If I had known, I might have paid attention in English classes. When I decided to move...

Discovered: Handmade Goods From Around The World

As I was visiting Myanmar, I had the privilege to visit a few villages where tourists don't generally go.  I met an old lady who was making a basket.She was so fast.  I was simply mesmerized by her skills.  I talked about this with the guide and he made me realize how...

Europe’s Famous Hostels: St-Christopher’s Inns

Oh Dear Hostel Life. I stay in hostels quite often. Why’s that? Simple; I do what it takes to keep me on the road. I’m seeking affordable options and staying in hostels in one of them.   Bonus: As a solo traveler, it’s a good way to make friends and meet people from...

Universal Lens For Mobile – For Better Travel Photographs

Do you pack many travel gadgets when you go on a trip? Or are you more of a minimalist packer?   I used to travel only with my phone, which was pretty useful to get in touch with my loved ones, to take pictures and to book the next adventure. But, this was all before...

One Dress: One Travel Wardrobe

Packing.  I’m a last-minute packer.  I can’t really say I love packing either.  Packing means that I’m doing the big farewell thing with my tiny wardrobe… again.  Packing is all about smart choices.  You want to bring as many things as you can… without having super...

How To Become A Digital Nomad – One Year Later

A year ago, I was about to make some big changes in my life.  I was already living abroad - in Australia to be exact.  I was quitting my “temporary” job on the farm to visit home after 20 something months.   I would be home for 6 weeks which means I couldn’t get a...

What’s a VPN and why you might need one

When I arrived in China, I wondered if I would be able to keep up with the blog and to work on my other assignments (#digitalnomadlife). Why’s that? Because Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google are prohibited in China.  It has been like that for many years already....

How To Start A Travel Blog – Basics For Newbs

Everybody can start a travel blog.  It's easy to get started!  Having a travel blog is a thing.  Be a travel blogger is another one.  I started blogging in July 2015 and so far, I still love it!  Being a travel blogger is a full-time job... even if you already have a...



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