Explore Tunisia’s hidden beauties with #OneMonth4Tunisia

It was funny how this idea came to my mind, and it was so overwhelming and emotional how it ended. I was spending some great moments in my homeland last December and I was so keen to do something different this time. That’s how the idea of cycling through North-Western the country popped up. It…

A Letter to Brazil

It’s been a week that my body is back and only few days that my mind finally decided to join it, or at least a part of it. I hate the fact that all what I have lived there is turning in memories. Because then it starts to feel like a dream, but it’s not….

The kind of Life Lessons Travelling teaches you

One of those mornings I was browsing some articles on my way to work, and somehow I fell on a video shared on National Geographic. A video about a guy who decided to quit everything and start a 7000-mile bike trip. When he was asked why, I was so deeply touched by every single word…

My top 5 in-nature destinations in Central Europe

When I was a student, I had the chance to visit many European cities through several student events and meetings. After my graduation, I chose to settle down in Germany and I’ve consequently had more opportunities to discover Europe thanks to the central location of the country. Having been in 15 countries and 31 cities,…

My first solo camping experience

There was this period during which I had this will continuously pushing  inside me to try wild camping. I’ve once done it before and this made me even more excited to try it again. Surrounded by really “hard” camper friends has also increased my motivation to go hike and camp in the nature and wild…

Throughout Wonderful Indonesia

I’ve had the chance to be through many countries around the world, but Indonesia was the richest country I’ve ever seen. More than 17 000 islands, 5 recognized religions, many different languages, varying food culture. Just impressive. It’s so rare that you find such a rich and charming mix of nature, culture and history in…