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Vanessa

11 Experiences Not To Miss in and around Riga

I can’t exactly tell you why, but I keep coming back to visit the Ex-Soviet satellites. I have yet to discover all of them, but among those I’ve already been. Read More.

This is what happens when you move to a country without knowing the language

It’s funny – I come from a very small village with just about 3,000 inhabitants somewhere at the very edge of the Austrian Alps, so you could kind of expect. Read More.

The Travelettes Guide To Kyiv

Out of all the cities I love in Eastern Europe – and I love many of them, dearly! – Kyiv is my favorite. I first visited the capital of Ukraine. Read More.

200 Ways To Make 2017 Your Best Travel Year Yet

Are you the kind of person who makes New Year’s Resolutions? I definitely am – each year, I take time for myself to sit down, reflect on the year that. Read More.

How To Feel at Home Anywhere

There comes a point in every traveler’s life where they have to deal with homesickness – for me, this time tends to be around the holiday season. I’m crazy about. Read More.

20 Little Things You Might Not Have Known About Thailand

Travelling is magical. Where exactly the magic lies, well, that is probably up to every single one of you travellers out there to decide – but for me, a big. Read More.

Hotels We Love: Altstadt Vienna

The hardest part about going on a city trip for me is choosing the accommodation. I know exactly what I want: the uniqueness and creativity of an Airbnb, combined with. Read More.

The Vegetarian’s Guide to Chiang Mai

My first adventure to Thailand started with a warning. A well-intentioned one, no doubt, but one that was shared with me defiantly, assuredly, and most of all – repeatedly. It. Read More.

On Safari…. in the Netherlands

Let’s start this off in complete honesty – I have never been the biggest fan of the Netherlands. In fact, I’ve been holding a giant grudge against the entire country. Read More.

10 Things I Learned From Hitchhiking

Let’s get this out of the way now: Yes, I hitchhiked. Yes, alone, yes, I’m a girl, yes, I’m under 25. Actually, I was under 20 when I started. Those. Read More.