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5 (not so) crazy things to pack travelling

Image credit: D_Gabi at Pixabay. Edited by Foreversunday. 5 (not so) crazy things I always pack while travelling As a long term traveller I don’t take that many clothes. My backpack should be under 15kilos (including weight of the backpack) so that it can be checked in by any airline. As I need to do […]

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Rishikesh, India: first impressions

Arriving in India as a solo female traveller can be daunting – I was definitely nervous at first, but after a 20 hour trip you are just sort of… numb. I booked a nice hotel in the hills to sleep off the flight and have some peace and quiet before going into the madness of […]

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30 is the new 20

Hibernation Home… After the mother of all jetlags hit me I found myself sleeping 12 hours a day. 12 hours, just for the record, is sort of double my usual amount of sleep. Together with that the frost set in in Belgium. I’m kidding, but that’s how it feels after spending over 4 months in […]

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Three temples in Bali

Driving through small villages, children running after you, passing by lush green rice fields and waving palm trees, hair dancing in the wind. There are so many temples to visit in Bali… and what better way to do this than on a day trip from Ubud on a motorbike? We visited three temples: the Elephant […]

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Climbing the Mountain Batur volcano in Bali

We don’t have any volcanoes in Belgium. That’s why it’s a nice thing to do, to climb a volcano or two when you are on holiday in a country where you have plenty of them… Mountain Batur, in the North of Bali, is a good beginner’s volcano. Anyone can do it, basically! In just a […]

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Radio silence

Radio silence… *personal update*. If it weren’t for Facebook or Instagram you might probably be a bit worried by now! So before I create my next post about climbing Mountain Batur in Bali, I will try to explain why I haven’t been writing for a while…. I blame 2 things for my temporary digital absence. […]

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Bali herb walk

In Bangli, a town on the island of Bali, there’s an entrepreneur with a cause. When we booked a tour with him to learn about typical Balinese plants and medicines, we got to see “the real Bali”. In Bali, it’s easy enough to get caught up in tourist traps – everything is cheap(er) than at […]

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