When you travel a lot, you get used to hearing the same sentence all over again from friends, family members, or even strangers. The three words that they think make a lot of sense and might make you feel good about yourself, but that never fail to frustrate me to a certain extent. “I envy … Continue reading WHY “ENVYING” ISN’T THE ANSWER
This is not going to contain detailed instructions on how to look up, book or find a train in Vietnam, how their railway system works or what kind of trains they utilise in their daily rides. This is going to be a post on how to SURVIVE a 13-hour night train from Hanoi to Hue, … Continue reading SURVIVING A 13-HOUR TRAIN RIDE IN VIETNAM
I love Italy. I truly do. Countless times we've been told there is no place like home, and I can testify and support that thought like I can scream my own name to the world. After travelling to many places and falling in love in different corners of the world, I can't hide the fact … Continue reading NO PLACE IS PERFECT.
Here is an update for you all: I FINALLY TURNED 22! Crazy, right? The event happened 8 days ago, on a very busy beach in the French riviera, in the same country of last year's birthday and accompanied by the same two people. 22 is a big number to me for a few reasons: firstly, … Continue reading 22
Yesterday, just like every other year, I set off with my family on our big road trip down south, destination Puglia. Puglia is a region in the far south of Italy, with stunning landscapes, ridiculously good and affordable food and inhumanly high temperatures. Know how Italy is shaped like a boot? We’re talking heel here. … Continue reading EVERYBODY’S CHANGING
Most people like travelling in groups. Be it a summer holiday with your friends or a quick winter escape, we sometimes feel more comfortable and safe travelling with someone, scared of the loneliness and the feeling of uncertainty tied to being on your own in a foreign, unknown place. I remember being younger and thinking … Continue reading 6 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD SOLO TRAVEL MORE
When I was younger, summer used to be the time where I got to escape from the reality of my hometown for a little bit. Be it a week, three or four, I always managed to retaliate a short period of time for myself, to explore and set off on my little adventures. I associate … Continue reading SUMMER PLANNING