Giethoorn in November

What place to visit in The Netherlands? Giethoorn of course!

It’s a small village that has the nickname ‘little Venice of The Netherlands’.

You can spend your day by renting a boat and saling around in the sun, shopping a bit, having lunch/dinner at restaurants or by going for a walk in the surrounding nature.

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Get to know me better: answering your questions from Instagram!

Not too long ago Wordpress told me that I reached a milestone: 50 blogposts posted on my website! Of course I was very excited about this, even though it might not seem like that much to you. I can still remember the first blogpost I ever wrote.

Since I’ve been blogging for quite a bit now and in order to celebrate this milestone, I figured it was time for you guys to get to know me a bit better and so I asked you guys to ask me anything on Instagram! These are all of the questions you guys asked me! Let’s answer!

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Bucket list: motivation to start ticking things off!

We all have one: a bucket list. And most bucketlists include at least one item that has to do with traveling. Anything can be on it. From wanting to travel the world to wanting to finally go on your first vacation without your parents.

The thing is, most people don’t take action to tick off things on their bucket list. I feel like the biggest reasons why people don’t do the things they’ve got on their bucket list, are time and money.

You know what. I used to be one of those people, but I made a change. I made the dicision to just go for it, start doing the things I had on my bucket list. And so can you!

I wrote this blogpost to help you realise that and to make sure you’re living your best life!

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10 TRAVEL ESSENTIALS: What to ALWAYS pack when you travel

Today I’m going to be sharing with you my travel essentials: what I ALWAYS bring with me when I travel & why. – Apart from the obvious stuff like deodorant, my passport & a toothbrush, duh – No matter where I go, no matter how far away the place is, no matter how long I’ll be staying and no matter the climate.

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Travel diary: 3 days in Barcelona!

About a week and a half after I got back from my holiday to Kos, Greece, I was lucky enough to be flying out to Barcelona for a couple of days. I spent three days here and had a wonderful time just enjoying the amazing food and pretty architecture. I’ll tell you exactly what I did and where to eat, so keep on reading of you’re going to Barcelona soon!

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Public transportation in Japan: is it really that well organised?

For everyone that’s not interested in reading a full article about why Japan’s public transportation is or is not well organised, let me give you the quick answer: yes. Public transportation in Japan really is that well organised. And for everyone wanting to know why that is my opinion, I’ll explain now. Expectations Let me […]

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