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    11 amazing travel apps – make travelling easy

    I would almost go ahead and say that nowadays travelling is so much easier than it used to be. Everywhere we go we, all the time we have all information that exists available right at our fingertips, only a few clicks away – isn’t that a crazy thought?   While certainly not every thing found online might be good and true, I like to make use of the helpful and useful stuff. Throughout my travels I came across some pretty amazing apps that allowed me to travel with much more ease and higher comfort. In this posts I will share my favorite travel apps that have made travelling so much…

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    surf, yoga & vegan resort in Sri Lanka

    Resorts and retreats become more and more popular. Not only in Asia (Thailand, Bali, Sri Lanka, India, …) they seem to be very in style, but also in Europe (Spain, Portugal, Italy,…) yoga, surf or ayurveda fans can find a happy place for their soul.   During my time in Sri Lanka I was lucky enough to attend such a retreat. Doing so at the end of my 17-days-of-travelling-Sri-Lanka, it has just been the perfect and best way to end my already incredible time on the beautiful island.   My amazing friend Sandra and her husband Jack found a great land in Sri Lanka during their travels and spontaneously decided…

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    Cheap accommodations in Sri Lanka – spending less than 10€ per night

    When travelling, accomodations can add up quite fast, and are often one of the most expensive things throughout the whole trip. Even though I didn’t travel Sri Lanka on a tight budget, it’s always nice to save some money, right? 😉   I decided to spend all my nights in hostels. Not only are they one of the cheapest options around (unless you know someone and get to stay for free with them :)), but also will you be able to meet many, many amazing fellow travellers. Especially when travelling alone this is a win-win situation.   Following there is a list of some great hostels I had amazing times…

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    Chicago Travel Guide

      My body being used to European time (most of the time), I often wake up in America quite early (usually around 3 or 4am). I don’t know what it is, but I love the feeling of being awake when the rest of the world still seems to be asleep (is it only me?) So when the sun starts to rise and shortly before people begin floating the streets like little ants; that’s when I tie into my sightseeing tour 🙂 Not only is the city wrapped in a majestic light and atmosphere, but also are the common tourist spots a lot less crowded! As I’ve mentioned in many previous…