Travel itineraries

Detailed travel itineraries with a map and information how to get from A to B.

1 Month In Japan: A Complete Itinerary And Travel Map

Truth be told, it was my husband who really wanted to visit Japan. Not that I didn’t want to, but I had never really considered it. So when I started planning our 1 month trip around Japan, I knew very little about the country. However, the more I read, the more fascinated I was by this truly unique nation. And…

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A 1 Week Sailing Trip In Croatia: Exploring Hvar, Vis, Biševo and Brač

Growing up in the Netherlands, county of water, it’s no surprise I like water sports. I love diving, snorkeling, surfing and yes… sailing! I was lucky my parents had a boat for years, meaning I spent many weekends exploring Friesland and the ‘Waddeneilanden’. This year however, I went sailing a little further from home. In the Central Dalmatian Archipelago in…

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2 Days In Santiago de Cuba: A Colorful, Hot And Historic City

Santiago de Cuba is the second city of Cuba and said to be the most colorful, hot and musical city of the island. It’s a city with an interesting history and an important part in the Cuban revolution. Santiago de Cuba was the place where Fidel Castro attacked Cuartel Moncada and where the resistance against the Cuban government first took…

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Road Trip In Andalusia: A 3 Day Itinerary

It was a very last-minute decision to go to Andalusia. My parents invited me to join them a couple of days on their 3 week road trip around Spain and Portugal and I didn’t have to think twice about their offer. That’s how I found myself on a plane to Seville mere days after their invitation, exited to be going…

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10 Days In Thailand: A Detailed Thailand Travel Itinerary

Thailand is awesome! I totally get why this is the first country in Southeast Asia where (mass) tourism really took off. The people are incredibly friendly and the food is delicious. Thailand is a cheap country to travel, though probably nowhere near as cheap as it was 10 years ago. The nature in Thailand is beautiful and varied with mountains…

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How To Spend 36 Hours In Hong Kong On A Budget

I’ll be honest with you, Hong Kong and I didn’t immediately hit it off. Despite it being Chinese New Year, our first night in the city was a chain of unfortunate events which involved a lot of hassle and a little crying on my part, you can read more about this incident in my 5 biggest travel misadventures post. But after a…

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The Ultimate Guide To 4 Days Of Fun In Singapore

Singapore is so much fun! It was totally different than the other countries we visited in Southeast Asia (Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos and Malaysia). I absolutely loved spending 4 days in Singapore, maybe because it was so different. Different how? Well, just a couple of things on the top of my head… #1. Singapore is organized! From the moment I arrived at the…

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Malaysia 2 Week Itinerary: A Trip To Tioman, Kuala Lumpur And Langkawi

Spending 2 weeks in Malaysia wasn’t nearly enough time for this wonderful and varied country! I really hope I can return to Malaysia in the future to explore more of the country! Unfortunately, even a 5 month trip eventually comes to an end… When we left Malaysia there was just a week of our fantastic trip left. We made good use of our…

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Langkawi On A Scooter: 2 Day Itinerary Around The Island

Without wanting to repeat myself to often: I love driving around with my own means of transportation. Be it a car, mountain bike or scooter, I love the freedom to explore a place at my own pace. To pull over at the side of the road to take a picture of a beautiful view. Or have a break at a…

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Vietnam One Month Travel Itinerary: From North to South

Making a round the world trip had been my dream for years. I pictured getting on a plane to an exotic location where I would learn about other cultures and see how people in those faraway places lived their live. Funnily enough I never really thought about getting around in those foreign countries… That is, until I actually went on my…

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