Can’t believe it has been a year. I remember the day I hugged my parents goodbye at Schiphol Airport. It feels like yesterday. So far I still don’t know when I will be back. Could be in a couple of months, but who knows. I’ll just see how I feel day by day and of course how my bank account looks 🙂
A lot has changed since my last update, I know, It has been a while, so it is gonna be a long read for you guys. Woops, sorry… After working my ass off the past three months, I am finally back on the road! It all didn’t really go as smooth as planned, but I am so damn happy about my current ware bouts. After a bit of tossing and turning I decided to buy my own van for the rest of my travels. It was a bit of a decision, because I don’t know shit about cars.
I have been travelling for almost a year now and often go exploring by myself. This is probably the best time of my life, so I feel like I have to record everything. It is a time I will never forget and want to remember for ever. I keep a journal with all my tickets, highlights and experiences, which is pretty full already, but nothing brings back memories better than pictures of the moment you were the happiest person on earth. So how do you get these awesome travel photos when you travel alone? I got 5 tips for you that will instantly give you amazing pictures.
I think I don’t have to make people more aware of the fact that food waste is a huge problem in the world. Actually, I don’t understand how people can waste so much food. Working in restaurants and food producing companies, it has become clear to me how much food is being wasted, and for what reason? Probably because it will take more effort and time, and thus money, to get rid of it in another way than binning it. I can’t fix this problem by writing this post, but I think many people at home throw away stuff that they could perfectly use the next day. When I look at my own habits, I really don’t waste a lot, maybe a core of my apple, but left overs, NEVER!
It is a given that Sydney is one of the most expensive cities to live in. Taking the bus costs you a fortune, eating out is a no go for poor people like us and don’t even start about partying. However, you can’t visit Australia without seeing Sydney. So what to do without spending all your money here? Yes, there is more than the Harbour Bridge Walk! I have been living here for over three months now and I still love every day of it!