It is important to stay organized when you go on a trip, especially if it is somewhere you have never been before. Here is a list of a few easy but important steps which can help you make the most out of your holiday. Continue reading “The dream holiday. How to plan it?”
What is the first thing that comes into your mind when you think about Maldives? It’s water hotels and endless beaches for me. I have always wanted to wake up on the ocean, which is why I would love stay at one of those hotels, but there are more reasons for which Maldives is a priority on my bucket list. Continue reading “5 Reasons Why Maldives is on my Bucket List”
In the fast paced environment of the 21st Century, we seem to have time for the things we need to do and too little time for the things we want to do. We often end up spending more time with our co-workers than with our dear ones and we hardly get to have some quality time with them at the end of a stressful week. Do you find yourself in this situation? Read these signs that show that it’s time for a romantic escapade and learn to make time for the things that matter. Continue reading “7 Signs that show you need to go on a romantic escapade”
Belgians somehow manage to succeed at everything they do and make us jealous of their beers, chocolate, fries and Christmas markets. From the traditional Christmas market of Bruges, to the unique underground Christmas market of les Grottes de Wonck, Belgium doesn’t stop surprising us at how many things she can impress us with. Continue reading “Belgium’s Top Christmas Markets”
“I think togetherness is a very important ingredient to family life” (Barbara Bush). This is why moments when you get to bond with the dear ones are the key to a happy family. Continue reading “5 Reasons to go on a family vacation”
I need some Monday motivation and I am sure you need some too unless you are rich so here is a nice list for everyone. Enjoy and work hard to see these places, it’s totally worth it! Continue reading “15 Reasons why Greece is your Monday Motivation”
Aren’t we all lucky to be born in a century when travel is accessible to more and more people? I moved away from home, away from all the dear ones, to the other corner of the continent at age 18 with one purpose: to travel the world. I can’t imagine living in a single corner of the universe anymore and it is weird to me when people don’t understand why. Check out the list below. Do you feel the same way?
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The Christmas Market of Bath has a really special feel. Enjoy the festive atmosphere in Bath and taste traditional food and drinks while walking around the over 170 chalets packed with goodies and gifts. The city becomes even more charming in the glow of the Christmas lights and it is a pleasure to walk on the streets of Bath while listening to Carols and admiring this gorgeous city. Continue reading “Christmas in Bath”
Being a travel blogger is not always as glamorous as portrayed on Pinterest or Instagram. And don’t get me wrong, I love being a travel blogger with its ups and downs but in case you are thinking about making a debut in the world of travel blogging, here are some things you need to know…
1. Not all travel bloggers earn $10.000+/month. In fact most travel bloggers, like myself don’t earn anything apart from the joy you get from doing something you love. I actually work two jobs and write blog posts when I have a little bit of free time because doing it gives me energy. Of course earning some sort of income from writing is the dream of every blogger but it’s like a lottery in a way: you have to put everything into it, your time, your energy, your effort, your money and hope for the best.
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