Downsides to traveling alone – yes, there are some

I firmly believe that traveling alone is the best thing that can happen to you, but that doesn't mean that there aren't also negative aspects. There are downsides to everything that has upsides, but they shouldn't stop you from traveling the world on your own.   1. You might get lonely. Let me rephrase that … Continue reading Downsides to traveling alone – yes, there are some

Why I dropped out of uni to travel

I got my IB Diploma in 2016, after 12 years of school. Everyone then was talking about where they were going to start studying in the fall, and to be honest, it just sounded really exciting. So I applied to uni as well. I got in and started studying Psychology & Sociology in Scotland in … Continue reading Why I dropped out of uni to travel

7 ways to reduce your travel costs

You are on a shoestring budget but still want to travel? No problem. If you stick to these 7 tips on how to reduce your travel expenses, you might even end up having a little money left over.   1. Find free accommodation If you find that even staying in hostels is still too expensive … Continue reading 7 ways to reduce your travel costs

The Photo Series: Rome

Off the beaten track: Hamburg

Hamburg is one of the most popular cities in Germany amongst travelers - and for a good reason. Hamburg has a crazy night life, but even during the day it is a beautiful city. If you've never been to Hamburg before and you only have 3 days or less, visit this site to read about … Continue reading Off the beaten track: Hamburg

4 reasons why Bangkok is overrated

When I traveled to Thailand, my first stop was obviously Bangkok - not only because it's easily accessible by international planes, but also because I had heard many great things about the capital. People described Bangkok to me as being the center of the world, the most vibrant city in the universe, and as the … Continue reading 4 reasons why Bangkok is overrated

The Photo Series: Nice