Two weeks ago, I booked my very first plane ticket since the pandemic started and I’m so excited. We will be spending a week in London in November. Planning a trip during a pandemic is a tiny bit more complicated than before, so here’s everything you need to have in mind before buying a plane ticket to London during covid!Continue reading “Traveling to London during COVID: a Travel Planning Guide”
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Namibia | Cruising Through the Endless Savannas
In today’s post, let me inspire you of an incredibly unique place to discover when the world is back to normal, the southern African country, Namibia! A place of wilderness and wildlife, adventure, savannas, starry nights, heat, food, and culture.
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Memories From My Camera Roll & Sustainable Swimwear
Hey, it has been a while. Even though I’m one of those who are home from school because of the coronavirus.. I still feel like I haven’t had that much time for blogging. School has really been a lot and still is. I’m happy it’s only 5 more weeks until summer and I’m trying my best to push through!Continue reading “Memories From My Camera Roll & Sustainable Swimwear”
Spending A Day At Charming Galle Fort, Sri Lanka
Charming and full of history; Galle Fort is a must-see in Sri Lanka. Galle Fort is a fort built during the 15th – the 16th century and is nowadays used as a place for shopping, restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops, spas, etc. The Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is visited by many travelers and locals because of its charm.
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Releasing Baby Turtles into the Ocean | Malawenna, Sri Lanka
You know those precious moments, that you just want to put in a jar and keep, so that in 10 years from now you can open it up again and relive the memory? Standing at the Malwanna beach in Sri Lanka watching baby sea turtles crawl their way into the big unknown ocean was one of those moments. Continue reading “Releasing Baby Turtles into the Ocean | Malawenna, Sri Lanka”