12 days in Kuta, Bali, part 1: waterfalls, beaches and Uluwatu

This is when the adventure for me in Bali actually started. When I went to Kuta. On my own. I was now a solo traveler. So I’m not going to bore you guys with the first 4 days in Kuta. Basically all I did was eat, walk around, chill at the beach at restaurants and in the room, and work on the blog.

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Foodie Friday: Food in Bali, a picture journey

Asian cuisine is, in my opinion, one of the most delicious ones in the world.
Now I already made a list for you guys that included almost all of the dishes I had while in Bali, and the cost of them. But today’s list is going to be a bit different. I won’t bore you too much with words. Pictures of food all the way!

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Hotels in Bali: Suwar Bungalows Ubud

Sadly, we had to leave the first place in Ubud. Not because they didn’t have room for us anymore, but because we’d booked another place in Ubud in advance and couldn’t cancell it anymore. This next place was called Suwar Bungalows, more in the North of Ubud. What we though of it? Read it here!

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Foodie Friday: typical and/or weird Taiwanese food!

I asked you guys in my Instagram stories if you would want to read a blogpost about typical and/or weird Taiwanese food, and all of you said yes. So here it is, the blogpost you’ve been waiting for!
This post contains the taste testing of two types of food: supermarket food and streetfood.

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How to get around in Singapore

Singapore was stop number 2 on my journey through South East Asia. It’s just a short flight from Bali (where I lived for almost a month) to Singapore, so I figured I should visit at least a few days just to see the place. When am I otherwise going to see it, right? Singapore is such a modern and advanced city. They also have the best airport in the world, which they are very proud of. And the airport is not the only form of transport that works well in Singapore!

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1 week in Kuala Lumpur, itinerary for first timers!

Kuala Lumpur did not disappoint. It’s a huge city that offers lots of activities and sightseeing. Before I went to KL, I made a list of all of the things I wanted to see and do, to make it easier for myself to plan the days. I ended up with 26 things on the list. So for everyone out there travelling to Kuala Lumpur for the first time, I’m now sharing with you how I filled up all of the days here. A free, 7 day Kuala Lumpur itinerary!

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