I’ve recently written my take on Israel as a holiday destination: Honest Travel Review: The 5 Up- and Downsides of picking Israel as a Holiday Destination. And as mentioned there, I was very pleasantly surprised by Tel Aviv and it’s cool vibe. What especially stood out to me was all the street art everywhere in the city, which makes for such a photogenic city. In this blog, I wanted to talk less and show more – sharing my photos of the beautiful street art we saw during our 2-day stay. I don’t really have recommendations for a route and where to find some cool graffiti pieces, it’s actually finable all around the city! I hope you’ll enjoy my photos :)
It’s been some time since I wrote my first post on South-Africa: The Ultimate Roadtrip through Incredible South-Africa from Johannesburg to Cape Town (in 3 weeks), so it’s definitely time to write the next! In this first post I only briefly touched upon the Kruger Park, and our experience was so wonderful, that I’d like to tell you more about it. And more importantly, show our best pictures of all the beautiful animals living there!
We stayed in Kruger Park from September 11th-14th 2018, which is in the wintertime – early spring. It actually appeared to be the perfect timing for animal watching, as winter is the dry season in South-Africa, and animals tend to get together at the limited water resources there are. It was actually still quite hot in this period of the year, so we were quite happy to not be there in the summertime. You spend a lot of time in your car, standing still, and with the sun burning that could get quite tough. However, good to note is that the nights are still cold, so also bring something warm to wear! I’ll now dive into other tips that will help you get the best Kruger experience you can get!
Hey there. It’s been a while! I personally take it as a good thing, have been distracted with fun things and not being behind my computer all the time. However, I still really wanted to write this post, and now that I’m on the train, it feels like the right time! End of May, I was able to make my first longer travel outside Europe! So far, I’ve been to New York, last year to The Dutch Caribbean island Bonaire and now… Cuba! Continue reading “Tips for preparing a vacation to Cuba”
Right after Hogmanay (The Scottish New Year’s celebration), I visited Edinburgh and Glasgow with a friend. It was a trip I’ve been wanting to make for quite some years now. Since studying abroad in Ireland, I’ve fallen in love with Great Britain! From Ireland, I saw almost the whole country as you can read in my blog post: 12 tips for a great road trip through the wonderful country of Ireland. I also made a trip to Northern Ireland to visit Belfast and the amazing Giant’s Causeway. Furthermore, I’ve been to London a few times now for work and pleasure, but I never visited Scotland before. I assumed it would be similar to Ireland: Cozy pubs, beautiful landscapes and historic buildings. But I can definitely say: I liked Edinburgh better than any other city in Ireland! Continue reading “My top 5 highlights to see in beautiful Edinburgh”
It’s been a while since I’ve posted a blog. I did make a lot of drafts but couldn’t find the time and effort to finish them. But actually, I think it’s a good sign, it shows I was busy being outside of home: Exploring and doing fun things! Also last weekend, when I went away for 4 days with my lovely mom. I went to the beautiful cities Ghent and Bruges (or Gent & Brugge in Dutch) in my neighbour country Belgium. Of course, I cannot wait to share my experience with you and recommend you the best city to visit (if you have to choose!). Because ultimately, I can already give away a spoiler: I would recommend you to visit both! Continue reading “Which city is nicer to visit, Ghent or Bruges?”