Monthly Archives: August 2011

Meditation and Yoga

I have been saying for quite a while now that I wanna learn how to meditate. I did some free classes of different kind of medidation and breathing classes when I was in Pai in north western Thailand and I … Continue reading

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Bring your water bottle

Why you should travel with your own water bottle: First of all you never know when you might get thirsty. I am going to give you a few other reasons to bring your own bottle. Buying new water bottles everytime … Continue reading

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Much happening

I know. I have not gotten around to posting that blog about water bottles and travelling. To much happening now and I am honestly feeling rather stressed. Got back to my boyfriends parents house in Essex, Uk just two days … Continue reading

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See you soon

I know I wrote in my previous post that I was going to post a longer blog today. I am sorry to say I haven’t had the time. I have spent all day updating my English CV and applying for … Continue reading

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In between

Right now I am in a situation I strongly dislike. I am in between things and nothing is happening and there is not much I can do. I lived in Spain for the last years and in two weeks I … Continue reading

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A hotel carved in rock

Sadly enough I haven’t had any time to post anything here the last days. I will be back with a longer post on Wednesday. Until then have a look at this.

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Couchsurfing, is it a sustainable way of travelling or not?

Couchsurfing has become a very popular way to travel and in many blogs and on different webpages you can read about what a sustainable way of travelling it is. I agree that it is sustainable in the sense that you … Continue reading

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