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Everest Base Camp Trek- The Ultimate Packing Guide

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Trust me when I say that when you’re at an elevation of 5335 metres, having trekked about 65 kms, with another 65 kms to get back down, you 100% want to be travelling as light as possible. Every last ounce feels 100 times heavier when your oxygen levels are at 75% and you can barely string two sentences together. So, to start with, plan to pack all the ne[...]

How Going On A Trip Can Make You Money For Another

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As long as you don't plan to hit Las Vegas casinos and place your entire savings on red, earning money while enjoying a tour in a new country could be more than just wishful thinking. If you're a nomad by nature then the life of a regular tourist is not enough for you. You want to keep on moving from place to place and that's where things get tricky. If you [...]

6 Ways To Save Money While Traveling in Switzerland

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Switzerland puts the fear of an empty bank account into the hearts of many travelers. And I get it. Aside from Norway and Iceland, it is probably the most expensive country in Europe. So, in this post I want to help you and your purse survive a trip through Switzerland. One that will leave your eyes wide, your camera full, and a chocolate-coated smile on [...]

The Travelettes Guide to Seminyak, Bali

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Some people love it, some people hate it (and that is quite alright!) but for us, Bali still has a special place in our hearts. Whether you are traveling with kids, plan an Eat Pray Love kinda holiday or want to explore the underwater world - Bali has something for everyone. I will admit that I have a soft spot for Bali, so much so that I stayed there 2 y[...]

A Beginner's Guide to Welcoming the Unexpected into your Life

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In the past, I got the chance to live, work and study abroad a couple of times... But I always dreamed of a nomad life where I could go wherever the adventure would take me, and most importantly, that would teach me things a stable life could not. In May 2016, I left home with a one-way ticket to Asia. And yes, the trip lasted one year and five months - o[...]

Introvert Travel Tools

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As an introvert I’m notoriously known for staying at home, not showing up for parties and passing the brunch invitation. Don’t get me wrong, I’m neither shy nor a very antisocial person. I just need a fairly high amount of quiet time to process the impressions I've had in a day. So after being out and about in the city, going on a tour, visiting a museum and[...]

A first timer's guide to Sarawak, Borneo

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Sarawak is a playground for adventure seekers, wildlife watchers, cultural enthusiasts and foodies. If this sounds like you, then this corner of Asia won’t disappoint. Here's my beginner's guide to this beautiful Malay state, located on the island of Borneo. Kuching The capital city of Sarawak, Kuching, is a refreshing change from the fast-paced mega c[...]

Your Ultimate Venice Bucket List

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Venice has kind of always been on my bucket list, even though I don't actually have one. It's one of those cities I've always wanted to visit because it seems so otherworldly. No cars, no bikes, no trams and trains, none of these vehicles that dominate every other city with their fumes, sirens, honks and beeps. So when the time came and we started our road t[...]

10 Rules to Avoid being Ripped Off when Traveling

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Unexpected costs can turn an amazing holiday into a trip to hell. We've all been there. We landed a deal for a hotel room, a flight, a rental car or an activity package that was almost to good to be true. And then it turned out that it was indeed too good to be true.   The last time it happened to me was when I felt particularly smug about [...]

The horror and joy of dining alone as a solo traveler

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I remember it like it was yesterday. My first time traveling solo was two years ago when I made my way to Thailand - and there I was, in Chiang Mai, standing on a street corner, sweating (only partly because of the 40°C heat). The one thing I dreaded about solo travel was eating alone. What would everyone else think of me, sitting there all by myself? But th[...]

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