In this guest post Phoebe from The chance of choice writes about a topic a lot of people don’t talk about: traveling and battling with mental health. She’s currently traveling and presenting to international schools across the globe, discussing invisible health problems and chasing your dreams.
Bariloche is a beautiful and interesting place. Beautiful because it’s surrounded by lakes and mountains. Interesting because there’s good chocolate and technological and scientific activities. This post is a mixture of things to see in Bariloche, and my experience there.
Long term travel is not always sunsets and rainbows. There are bad days, and in Bali I had one after the other. We can always learn from the challenges, which is why I share the lessons learnt from this experience, hoping that you might find it useful.
Singapore on a budget is possible. It’s not as cheap as Thailand, agreed, but there are many free things to do, the transport is not expensive and it’s possible to find cheap food. In this guide you will find several free things to do, what to eat and where, and my detailed travel expenses.
This post is about the highlights of my two months and a half traveling in Penang, in which I lived in three different places, had many great experiences and made new friends.
Frutillar is a small village on the shore of the lake Llanquihue, in the Lakes Region in the South of Chile. It’s so charming that it feels like being in a fairy tale.
New Zealand is a country of undeniable beauty. It has mountains, sea, fjords, volcanoes, glaciers, colorful lakes and mirror lakes, ancient forests and unreal landscapes that seem taken from another world. Here I present you 10 places to visit in New Zealand that I highly recommend.
Malaysia fascinated me from the first day, for its people, culture, landscapes, food. And Georgetown, in Penang, is a city I like a lot for its temples, street art, colonial houses and interesting meetings with people.