Visiting temples was a new thing for me when I went to Southeast Asia, since we (obviously) do not have temples in The Netherlands. Once I had seen one in real life and saw how the locals were acting around it, I was curious about temples and buddhism (Please remember that when I say ‘temples’ … More Spotlight on: 5 Unique temples in Southeast Asia (+ tips for visiting)
A week or two ago I posted an article called ‘a day in the life- backpacker edition‘ in which I told you what a normal day during my backpacking trip looked like. Today, I am going to tell you what I eat on a normal backpack-day. When it comes to food, I always try to … More Travelstories: What I ate in a day- backpacker edition
I never thought that I would say this since I am not the biggest fan of nature or active sports, (click here to read my article on how backpacking made me appreciate nature more) but I like kayaking. After two trips through Southeast Asia I found out that kayaking is not only a great way … More Tips: Kayaking in Southeast Asia
Backpacking made me appreciate nature much more. Before my backpackingtrips through Southeat Asia I was never really interested in nature. I think that was partly because of the ‘not knowing’; I had never seen mountains or waterfalls in real life, so I had no idea of its beauty or impressiveness. Growing up in The Netherlands … More Travelstories: How backpacking made me appreciate nature more.
Laos was not immediately on my bucketlist. I thought that it would have a lot of nature to offer and not much culture (and I was not a huge nature lover). Luckily I decided to visit Laos last summer with a friend and I found out there is more in Laos than just the beautiful … More Bucketlist: 4 Fun things to do in Laos