I see more and more people catching the travel bug. They want to see the world. Most of the time there is just one issue – the money. Traveling is so expensive,
When I left on my first trip alone one year ago, everyone was convinced that something horrible would happen to me. I am a small girl, who still looks like a weak child at 20 years old.
The Cameroon Highlands are an incredible place quite close to Kuala Lumpur. The cool climate helped me so much since I really needed a break from the heat and the humidity in the rest of the country.
Malacca, which official name is Melaka, is a state south of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Malacca City is the capital and a popular tourist destination within Malaysia and Singapore. I enjoyed the city so much that I decided to stay for a little over one week,
I was brought up in a family, where material possessions are viewed as a success and of course, I adapted that attitude and wanted to have everything as a child.
Ipoh is one of the larger cities in Malaysia and was the second administrative capital during the British colonial era. Today, it does not feel busy and is best known as a gateway to the Cameroon Highlands.
I have been traveling for 5 months in SEA out of a 35-liter backpack and hate carrying unnecessary stuff with me. Certain items have become my top minimalist travel essentials over the last couple of months.
Kuala Lumpur can be a rather expensive destination in Southeast Asia, but it can also be a dream come true for any budget traveler. I really enjoyed staying in the city.
Depression. A mental illness that we are sadly not really allowed to talk about, despite the the high number of people it affects. I went through multiple depressive phases and I think that this tendency will be a part of my life at any given point.
Our phone is our lifeline when we head out into the world. It allows us to connect with friends and family back home and keep in touch with the people we meet along the way.