After staying in Amed, on the east side of Bali, for 3 nights, we travelled to Lovina. A place on the North side of the island. Took quite some hours to get here, but it was worth it. Here, we also stayed for 3 nights. Which I feel was more than enough for the bungalow we were in. Why? Read it here!
One year. One whole year. That's how long my blog exists now. I started it exactely one year ago on the day I'm writing this. I cannot believe how fast time has gone by! I figured this would be the perfect time to just look back on the past year, and all that it has brought me. As well as how my website has grown!
Oh wow guys, it's been soooooo long since I wrote a new blogpost! I am so sorry! I don't see a point in writing articles when I'm not inspired or when there is no actual value to them for me or for you (preferably both, lol), so I just didn't write. I will definitely start writing more once I am traveling again, and I can promise you, that's soon! Keep on reading of you want to know where I'm going, so that you know what blogposts to expect 🙂 I also got this gorgeous new world map that I just love and you need to check it out! Bonus: I've set up a nice little competition for you guys so definitely read this article if you want to know what you can win and how to enter the competition!
Not too long ago WordPress told me that I reached a milestone: 50 blogposts posted on my website! Of course I was very excited about this, even though it might not seem like that much to you. I can still remember the first blogpost I ever wrote. Since I've been blogging for quite a bit now and in order to celebrate this milestone, I figured it was time for you guys to get to know me a bit better and so I asked you guys to ask me anything on Instagram! These are all of the questions you guys asked me! Let's answer!
Here you go: I made you your Tokyo and Osaka bucketlist. All the places and things you definitely need to see/do/experience while you're there!
If you have ever been on a flight to another continent (or maybe even within your continent, depending on where you're from), you've probaby dealt with it: a jetlag. You enter a completely different timezone and have trouble adapting to the different eating and sleeping schedule resulting in you feeling exhausted for a couple of days. Sounds familiar? Not for me though. I've been to Malaysia and Japan, both take more than 12 hours to travel to for me, and I did not have a jetlag. Not after arriving or after returning home. How is that possible? I'll explain! These are my simple tips to not having a jetlag.