How to feel like you’re travelling when you’re not?

I love to travel. I actually like it so much I created a profession out of it for myself. However, with the COVID-19 outbreak, now it’s not the time to travel. Most of us are in some kind of quarantine or self-isolation in a moment. But, to both stay safe and SANE, it’s nice to create some fun to yourself out of your forced staycation at home. To help you out with that I’ve created a guide with ten tips on how to feel like you’re travelling when you’re not.

Who needs an eTA for Canada? 

People in a boat at a lake in Canada surrounded by mountains

If you’re following my blog for some time already, then you may have read I’m moving to Canada next month. Well, I’m all excited about that. But, am also a bit sad not to have some of my dear friends and family members around me anymore. Since I hope they’ll visit me, I did a bit of research on what are the visa procedures and who needs an eTA for Canada. And have written this guide for all of you planning to visit that beautiful country. Who needs an eTA for Canada? This blog post is sponsored by e-visa.co.uk. Check…

Weekend in Ghent: 48 hours guide to Ghent

Ghent is a beautiful Belgian town with an amazing old medieval architecture that looks like it hasn’t changed for centuries. However, it’s not a city-museum, but a very lively town, filled with many small cafes, restaurants and some great shops. Because of that fantastic mix, Ghent is definitely one of my favourite Belgian towns. I visited it a few times already and thought it’s finally time to create this weekend guide to Ghent with some fun things to do during your 48 hours in Ghent.

I’m moving to Canada!

Tea at the Rijksmuseum garden

I have some big news to share with you guys. I’m moving to Canada!

It’s something my family and me were thinking of doing for some time already. And have finally decided it’s time to leave the Netherlands and go on our next adventure – to Canada.

Things to know before visiting Thailand

Wat Phra Kaew commonly known in English as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha

Thailand is a beautiful country located in the Southeast Asia filled with some fantastic beaches, historical sights, Buddhist temples and amazing food. Although I found it to be quite an easy country to travel around, there are some things to know before visiting Thailand. From the visa requirements, temples dress code to the money exchange tips, you’ll find them all in this blog post filled with Thailand travel tips.

Thailand Travel Diary: Ten Days in Thailand

Thailand is one of the most beautiful countries I ever visited. It’s home to amazing nature, transparent blue sea and some of the friendliest people I have ever met. It’s a place I could easily see myself living in for a longer period of time. Last month I spent ten days in Thailand, dividing my time between Bangkok and Phuket. And here is my Thailand travel guide with more about what to do, see and eat in Thailand.