What’s a VPN and why you might need one

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....
Pandas, hidden spots and dumplings in Chengdu

Pandas, hidden spots and dumplings in Chengdu

Until I landed in Chengdu, I wasn’t sure if I could truly like China.  The food I ate at the beginning wasn’t very good, it was kind of hard to meet other backpackers (there are a lot of locals in hostels), I had a weird experience in Zhengzhou, the shock...
I googled Great Wall. I ended up in Zhengzhou.

I googled Great Wall. I ended up in Zhengzhou.

Now that I am a travel blogger, killing time in airports has never been that fun.  I’m not wasting my time anymore and I use these hours to be pro-active.  Well, as long as I can get Wi-Fi, I’ll be alright.  So, why am I talking about this?  This is a good question...
China: First Impressions

China: First Impressions

When I booked my flight from Australia to Canada, I was in shock; 31 hours seemed insane to me. So I had a plan. First, my goal was to spend less than $ 700 to go back to Australia and I was ready to avoid repeating such a hell. So I chose to stop in China on my way...
How not to start your trip to China

How not to start your trip to China

This is a quick update; because you need to understand how bad I am… Don’t you remember how much fun I had in Japan? Well, being lost counts in the craziest and most fun bucket list, right? When I decided to book my flight to China, I had one goal; do better...