16.000km and the Ninja Mission

A month in Australia flew by in no time. Although the ten days I secretly spent in Perth seemed to drag on forever due to my excitement and anxiety about meeting my boyfriend for the first time in 2,5 years, even those came and went quicker than I would have liked. I spent time there […]

Bali feat. Best Friend Power

You know someone is special when you meet them after two years and nothing has changed. They have changed, you have changed, but between you nothing has. The first time it really sank in I was going to see my best friend again, after what had been the longest time spent apart in our six […]

Diving & Komodo

This photo and underwater photos by Laura F. When I travel I divide my journey into legs in my head. They usually relate to time spent in a certain place or with a certain person. This one I spent on the edge of Komodo National Park in a little resort only accessible by boat. Had […]

Lembongan’s Unlikely Events

Sorry about the terrible layout and possible typos, writing this on the iPad. Asia. It’s the warm air that engulfed me upon stepping outside of the airport and that unmistakable smell whcih tell me I’ve returned. It’s not the same as before, especially considering I’m here with my parents for now, but there still is […]


Traveling might be my favorite thing to do, and it is for many people. The reasons for it are numerous: the sights, the tastes, the adventure, the variety, the personal growth and the people you meet – those unshowered, harem pants hippie back packers who are determined to give you the time of your life. […]

Few more meters

Bangkok has got me back. Even though this means it’s the end of our trip, and even though we haven’t really been doing anything, I feel peaceful. Traveling has made me hungry for a longer trip, but the one thing I would miss would be starting and ending in the same place. It is nice […]

When in Phi Phi

Koh Phi Phi was a whole lot like expected and a whole lot UNexpected. As mentioned before our first night drowned us in strawberrry daiquiris and buried us in sexy jenga blocks. When you see a guy downing his drink in too tight shorts and a crop top he is most certainly playing sexy jenga, […]

3 holi-Days

Koh Lanta was very different from what we have seen so far. Since it is low season the island was very quiet and many shops or restaurants still closed. For us it was perfect. Together with two Germans who we met on the boat, we booked into a nice bungalow resort called Papillon. Mike arrived […]

What you’ve missed in Thailand

Previously in Thailand: Episode 1: On our last day in Cambodia plans changed twice. The bird park we wanted to access by boat was too expensive so quick-thinker Chantrea took us to the cultural village instead. There we watched three shows, one telling a love story, one demonstrating Khmer weddings and one portraying the Chinese […]

Cambodia 2.0

Chantrea’s plans had us head to the temples of Angkor for our first day. His brother Michara took us in his Tuk tuk and actually walked in a few of the temples with us, although he could not explain all too many things. That was fine. We did all the temples on the small cirquit […]