Koh Chang is one of the most authentic Thai islands. It seems that tourism has little or no influence on daily life here (yet). But that does not mean there is nothing to do! Although it is tempting to lie on the beach all day, Koh Chang is much more
A growing number of people seem to have the ambition to travel to all countries in the world. To become the Fastest or Youngest Female ever to see the world. Whenever someone asks me “How many countries did you visit?” sometimes – out of enthusiasm –
Got plans to go to Egypt and see the pyramids? In this article you will find practical information about visiting the best pyramids near Cairo, the bustling capital of Egypt. Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, Memphis, Djoser Pyramids and the Funerary Complex of
Last week City Zapper interviewed me about Holiday Dilemmas. In this themed interview I answer a number of tricky questions about dilemmas that travel enthusiasts face. Do I prefer sun or snow? Within or outside Europe? Dubai or New York? This is an
Corona virus, also known as 2019-nCoV. The #1 topic everybody seems to be talking about right now. After China, Italy has closed their borders, now US locks down for Europeans and who knows which country will follow? Many attractions in Japan such as
Sofia, capital and largest city of Bulgaria, is the latest hotspot for city trippers in Europe. The heart of the Balkan has a complex history with many different rulers. This results in a melting pot of all kinds of influencers, from Soviet to
Taking a boat ride can make an awesome (half) day trip while on vacation, especially with sunny weather! In this article I will share the boat trips that I made around the world over the last couple of years that made the biggest impression on me.
Have you ever heard of Krasnodar? So far I have visited Krasnodar twice and so I thought it might be nice to share some information about it. Not many non-Russians will be familiar with this off the beaten track destination. With a population of
Pai attracts all kinds of people; hippies, backpackers, couples, families, Chinese tourists… and me! I really like this cool village in Northwest Thailand; it has such a relaxed vibe. Definitely worth the 3 hour ride from Chiang Mai! Let me share
Pai is a lovely backpackers' village in the Northwest of Thailand, 3 hours west of Chiang Mai. This is a practical guide full of tips for first-timers who would like to know how to get to Pai, where to stay, where to eat and drink, when to go, etc.