Hello World! In the last few months, friends often asked me for help when booking their flights for holidays or something, and I always got them much better deals than the ones they´ve found before (mostly about 100€ cheaper), because I got quite a few tips & tricks I want to share with you now … More How to book cheap flights!
Hello World! Me and 4 friends backpacked trough Thailand for 17 days, saw, experienced, and most of all learned so many things I want to share with you now: 1.) Don´t prebook your accomodation If you’re not up to a one-week-resort-holiday but rather want to go exploring and save tons of money, you should definitely … More 10 Travel Tips for Thailand
Hello World! On Monday, the 20st of June, me and four friends from school left our home, Austria, to go on a 17-day backpacking trip to the south of Thailand & Bangkok as a treat for finishing school and a läßt chance to spend time together before we all start different paths in our lives. … More Backpacking Thailand Part 1
Hello World! This topic is one of the most idealized and wrongly thought of I know. Working abroad for a longer period as an intern or simply as a summer job waitressing in some restaurant can´t be compared to anything at home, expecially when you go alone. But why? Because it puts you so … More Internship/Job abroad
Hello World! With a size of 483 acres (3,41 km2) Central Park simply astonishes, being the green heart of this amazing city. I always admire the genuity of NY´s city planning, as on this space of land the New Yorkers could easily built 16 billion apartments, but they simply don´t. The park’s design was the … More How to best enjoy…Central Park in NY
Hello World! Me and my sister just arrived in Tokyo after a long flight starting from Venice, stopping at Moskow and landing at Narita Airport. We flew all the way with Arleroflot, the Russian Airline, and even though they nearly wouldn’t let us pass security in Moscow for no good reason, they had one incredible … More Flying to Tokio with Areoflot
Hello World! As I have planned quite a few trips (solo as well as for qroups) already and have a useless subject at school called “event planning” I learned to stick to my favourite routine: 1. Choose your destination I can’t help it: This step always simply happens to me! I fall in love with … More 5 steps to plan your trip