Villers Abbey – A perfect day trip in Belgium

Personally one of my favorite places in Belgium: the Villers Abbey. As you may see in the pictures, it’s not a very ‘common abbey’ but it remains half-standing by its ruins. Originally the abbey was built in the 12th century and was finally abandoned in 1796. Today, tourists can visit this impressive heritage site in […]

Longterm biking: Katrien and Kobe on adventure

In the following article, I’ll be sharing with you the story of an adventurous couple that decided to take a year off and bike to the other side of the world. Sounds impressive, doesn’t it? I had the chance to interview them and share their story with you! Disclaimer: Katrien and Kobe made it to […]

Traveling as a vegetarian

Welcome to this blogpost, fellow herbivorous. This blog would not be mine if sustainability and vegetarianism (or veganism) would not be encouraged ?It’s been approx 2 years since I’m vegetarian – time to celebrate with a blog post! In my home country, Belgium, avoiding meat/dairy is not so much of an issue. However, we all […]

Sustainable travel – who, what, how?

Peruvian sunset in Jungle from boat

Finally, after three years of studying International Tourism, I have gained a deeper insight into the ongoing tourism industry. I have learned many things, one of them being the impact of tourism. The economy, the environment, and the social structure of a country can be affected by the mass amount of incoming tourism. These impacts […]

Klaipeda, Lithuania’s hidden gem

Boat on Dane River in Klaipeda

Klaipeda, the city of birth of one of my greatest friends. Reasons enough for me to visit. The scenic city of Klaipeda is located along the Baltic coast and is known to be the third biggest one in the country. Not only is it the third biggest city, but it also locates the only port […]

Salto Del Agua – Daytrip from Valparaiso on a (very tiny) budget

Valparaiso is a famous port town near Santiago; it’s vibrant, charming, picturesque, and all of the good adjectives one can think of. However, sometimes it can be nice to get out of the hustle and the bustle by escaping to nature. This blog post serves as a guide to Salto del Agua, which is located […]

Tips for the solo traveler

For this article, Nyala and I put our heads together to spread our advice and solo travel experiences throughout the World Wide Web. Because hey, this is what the blog is about… right? 😉 Some time ago Nyala contacted me seeking advice on solo female travel. She asked me for some general travel tips and […]