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Travelling from Vietnam to Laos by Bus

When I researched on the Vietnam – Laos border crossing bus (or vice versa from Vietnam to Laos), all I could find was doom and gloom stories about how dangerous it was, how long it takes, how it should be avoided at all cost. I was advised to splash out...

Hoi An. A Love Letter in Pictures.

Hoi An. You make my heart beat faster. I’m in love with you. Ever since I first wandered through your old city, I knew, every other town I will visit in future will have a hard time competing with you. It was love at first sight. I never wanted to...

Vietnam: First Impressions and expressions

Three months into my perpetual traveler existence and these feelings never surfaced in Nepal nor in India. So, when I arrived in Ho Chi Minh City (or Saigon as it is still called by many locals), I was disappointed. I had read so many great things about the city –...

Welcome to Vietnam! Musings on travelling solo.

This one evening, I was happily minding my own business – about to order my dinner at this street food stall, looking forward to half an hour of uninterrupted simply being with myself, when this dutch woman sits opposite of me. Eurgh. Really…what is it with people? I would never...

Thailand Island Hopping on a Budget – Koh Tao

Staying on Koh Tao for a week was magical. It is truly a magnificent island. Koh Tao is the perfect compromise between Koh Phayam and Koh Phi Phi. You still have the party scene, but on a much more relaxed scale then on Koh Phi Phi. And you can easily...

Thailand Island Hopping on a Budget – Koh Phi Phi

Koh Phi Phi is one of those places that either love or hate. It’s a bit like Marmite. My first impression was a bad one – especially after coming from Koh Phayam. I had found my perfect Paradise Island which was quiet, secluded and had everything I liked and imagined...

Overcoming my Fear of Diving in Koh Tao Thailand

I was 17, curious and very brave. In hindsight, I would have probably left it a few more years before trying it out. I do know now, that having a positive mindset and the ability to rationalise your fears, play a big part in how you will experience your first...

Review: Everyday Bangkok Hostel

After some research, Everyday Bangkok Hostel caught my attention. Here is the impression I had of the place:One can tell, that the owner puts his heart into this place. The hostel only recently opened its doors – so everything is new. What I particularly liked about it, was the colourful...

Review: Loftel 22 Bangkok

We wanted to find cheap, but good, hostels for the remainder of our time in Bangkok. This was not easy. If I stay in a hostel, I spend quite a big amount of time reading reviews, as I don't want to sleep in bedbug infested places nor spend the whole...