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How to Overcome Anxiety Through Travel
How to Overcome Anxiety Through Travel

Things did not immediately get better upon my return like I expected them to. I wondered how to overcome anxiety and I discovered the key was to travel solo once again, to do something that challenged me as a person. I needed to learn how to be independent again, how...

The Most Beautiful Restaurants in Vietnam
The most Beautiful Restaurants in Vietnam

I must admit, one of the biggest reasons why I wanted to visit Vietnam was because of the food. I love noodle soups and Vietnam does them like no other country. After having fallen in love with Pho back in London already, I knew I was going to go to...

What is an Open-Minded Traveler?

If these are the criteria to have an open mind, then I’ve failed more than once. Does this mean I am a bad traveler? I’m not sure. What I know is, that when I went on holidays in the past, I crossed the line and found myself to be more...

Ayurvedic treatment in Nepal: a Remedy for Self-Love.

When I pushed myself to do a 15-day trek despite being ill and walking away with the diagnosis pneumonia, I decided I needed to change things! After I had recovered, I looked into alternative treatment options. I thought Ayurvedic treatment in Nepal would be the right thing....

First Impressions of India!

In Jodhpur someone tried to entice us to walk into his shop by telling us that they supply Laura Ashley in the UK, that Prince Charles had visited the shop, that their garments feature in Tatler – and the list goes on. ...

What to do in Phnom Penh?

My favourite cafe was ‘Sugar & Spice’ over at ‘Daughters of Cambodia’. A project that was founded to support women who have just escaped the sex trade – many of them victims of trafficking. There is a room inside of the shop where you watch a film about the women’s...

Cambodia: What to do in Siem Reap?

Siem Reap is a pretty little town. No, I mean really PRETTY! Some alleyways of Siem Reap somehow reminded me of France or Italy – it seemed so ‘European’. I loved all the little beautiful cafes and restaurants. The atmosphere, especially in the evening, was so inviting. If you fancy...