Khmer Surin: Delicious Cambodian food within a green oasis!

Phnom Penh is the buzzing capital of Cambodia and is attracting more tourists each year. Growing, exotic and tropical comes to mind when I think back to Phnom Penh. With beautiful temples, orange robed monks holding smart phones and countless restaurants offering and abundance of delicious vegetarian and non vegetarian khmer and thai food. The Khmer Surin restaurant is a green oasis offering a relaxed atmosphere and mouth watering khmer food…

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Best low cost airlines! Find the best prices to fly & know what makes them affordable

Low cost airlines are today one of the most used airlines people book to fly to their holidays. These airlines opened the gates for more tourism around the world and possibilities to fly anywhere you like at low prices. Almost every country has at least one budget airline and below you can read and find out about the ones I know about and have used myself as well as the advantages and disadvantages low cost airline have.

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Visit Sydney’s creative Sculptures by the Sea [Bondi Beach]

Every year Sydney host’s the world’s biggest and amazing free to the public open air sculpture collection along the coast between Tamarama and Bondi Beach. This year you were able to discover 107 sculptures created from over 130 artist’s coming from 21 different countries! The sculptures are set along the coast line which provide you with a beautiful and different canvas along Sydney’s natural coastal walk to take pictures with. Check out the sculptures that were displayed here in spring 2018…

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Score the best hotel rooms! 6 tips on how to save money when booking accommodation

When you want to organize your next trip or holidays one of the biggest expenses you have is for accommodation, especially if you are planning to travel for a longer period of time. Nowadays you are able to find all sorts of accommodations, from the classic hotel rooms, the luxury resorts, the guests houses, homestays all the way to hostels and couch surfing. All of them are available online and how to find the best that suits you and how to save the most money you can find out here…

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Tiny travel guide on Lonely Beach [Koh Chang]

Koh Chang is Thailand’s second largest Island with about 5000 residents and means translated “Elephant Island” thanks to the shape of the island itself. It used to be a very remote and quiet island with only a few tourist appearing here and there. However due to the increase of tourism, Koh Chang has become more populated and therefore more  resorts and hotels have risen in the past decade. It is not as busy as Phuket or Koh Samui yet and therefore still a lovely destination for a more quiet holiday. However the peak season between the cooler month November to February can be very crowed, even on Koh Chang.  We visited Lonely Beach which is one of the furthest part of Koh Chang when leaving from the ferries. Come and check out what makes this little remote part of Koh Chang so attractive…

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Budget accommodation in Koh Chang Thailand: A little slice of paradise at the Sea Flower Resort…

Ah, Koh Chang! Here you are surrounded by green and lush vegetation on steep mountains and will be greeted by monkey’s on the trees. Koh Chang is one of Thailand’s largest Islands with several beaches and resort districts along the coast. We stayed in the region called Hat Tha Nam which also known as “Lonely Beach” amongst the tourists. During the peak season this area is packed with backpackers who seek beach and party holidays but during the off peak season it is astonishingly quiet and very affordable to enjoy this little corner of paradise. And of cause you need a great place to stay whilst you are visiting Lonely Beach, so check out the Sea Flower Resort Bungalows with me…

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Important nutrients vegetarian and vegans should be aware of [what they are, why our body needs them and where to find them]

Our body is amazing and complex as it can heal and nurture itself provided that we give it the necessary nutrients it needs to function properly. However in todays diet for vegetarians, vegans and even meat eaters are deficient in many important nutrients. For vegetarian and vegans there are some nutrients that we are more deficient in than the meat eaters are as they derive those nutrients via the meat. But don’t worry, mother nature provides us veggie eaters with those nutrients in plants as well, we just need to be aware of them and know to add them into our diet. What they are and where to find them you can learn here…

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Thai vegan and vegetarian culinary bliss at Café del Sunshine in Lonely Beach, Koh Chang Thailand!

Who said it’s hard to find vegetarian and vegan food whilst travelling? I guess it’s true in some countries but this is not the case on Lonely Beach on Thailand’s island Koh Chang! Almost every single restaurant in Lonely Beach I walked into offered vegetarian and even vegan dishes! Well, once you asked them to omit the egg and fish sauce that is 🙂 One of the many restaurants that offered a huge variety of delicious vegan and vegetarian Thai dishes was Café del Sunshine…

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KAFE Ubud in Bali: Experience deliciously wholesome organic vegan and raw vegan food!

I truly enjoyed the food in Ubud located in Bali as it was nowhere easier to find deliciously healthy vegetarian, vegan and even raw vegan food! There are countless restaurants, cafes and even a movie theatre that offered organic wholesome food in the middle of the culture filled Indonesian Island of Bali. One of these restaurants that ofered amazing food is called KAFE. Here you can come and order freshly squeezed veggies and fruit juices and work on yor PC or enjoy an amazing vegan/vegetarian dinner. Come and check out KAFE Ubud with me and see what they have to offer…

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Paris bicycle tour along the Seine! See the best of Paris in No-Time [How to rent a bike in Paris]

There are so many treasures to discover and things to do in Paris. The beauty is that most of the main attractions such as the Louvre, Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower and the countless picturesque bridges of Paris are in plain view when cycling along the river Seine. Walking the distance would be a whole day event and result in very hurtful feet [I tried it and gave up at the Pont Alexandre III!] Thankfully you can see and reach all these main attractions in no-time with Paris’s public bicycle sharing system which is called Verlib! Super easy to use and to rent out! Find out how the bicycle sharing system works and pedal along the Seine to see the beauty of Paris with me…

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