I have been thinking about writing this post for a year now. A few people have asked me about my ‘leap’ from: International Labor Standards Analyst for The Walt Disney Company -> into backpacker -> into full time yoga teacher … Continue reading From office to jungle – in 5 steps.
I have been to Colombia twice and I loved it both times, although both visits were very different. The first time I arrive in Cartagena after 6 days at sea and spent only 5 days between Cartagena and Santa Marta. … Continue reading Viva Colombia!
For 2 people Ingredients: 200g spaghetti (wholemeal if possible) 1 carrot 1 courgette 1/2 broccoli 1/4 purple cabbage 1 small stem of ginger 1 tbsp of soy sauce 3 tbsp olive oil or sesame oil salt and pepper handful of … Continue reading Rainbow Spaghetti
So, what is a random act of kindness? According to good old Wikipedia “A random act of kindness is a non premeditated, inconsistent action designed to offer kindness towards the outside world.” This topic is close to my heart because … Continue reading Random Acts of Kindness
Growing up, my parents had a restaurant. My brother and I would often go there after school and I have fond memories of spending time in the kitchen once my homework was done. I Loved watching my mum and the … Continue reading What I am learning in the kitchen
Acatenango is the 3rd volcano I have hiked in the past 6 months. The 1st 2 were in Hawai: Haleakala – 24km and Ka’au Crater – 8 hours (up 3 waterfalls). A part from being beautiful hikes, all 3 were … Continue reading Why we climb volcanoes
So you want to visit Mexico? Great! It´s a beautiful country with lots to see and experience, the food is renowned throughout central and South America, and Mexicans are friendly and welcoming. But let´s clear something before we even start, … Continue reading Visit Mexico in 3 weeks
While I travel, I aim to experience each country, each town, each moment, less like a tourist and more like a local, in spite of my undeniably priviledged state of being (not having to work and with enough disposable income … Continue reading How the 1% party in Tulum
When was the last time you didn t use the internet for 24 hours? I recently spent 10 days in Holbox, a little island with terrible Wifi and a week later, another 10 days in Cuba, where internet can only … Continue reading Disconnect to reconnect
Dont be mislead by the subject of this post, Cuba cannot be visited, understood and experienced within 10 days. However, I only had that amount of time on the island and I thought Id provide a few tips for anyone … Continue reading Cuba in 10 days