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(Not so) glamourous moments on the road

Traveling... If you believe everything you see on Facebook, it's all about glitter and glamour and if you take Instagram's word for it, we're all supermodels carying around a curling iron and a pair of heels in our backpack to always be ready for the perfect selfie. Apparently, looking perfect has become more important than… Read More

LOOKING FOR MONKEYS AND ELEPHANTS IN THE WILD – Khao Yai National Park, Thailand thumbnail

If I shout Thailand, what's the first 3 things you think about? Temples, pad thai and elephant rides? I'm pretty sure I'm not far from the truth - unfortunately... Of course I agree on the temples and the food, but if you've read my blog before or follow me on social media, you've probably understood… Read More

HOP ON BABY, LET’S GO FOR A RIDE IN MY KARAOKE TUK TUK – Off the beaten path in Phimai, Thailand

“It’s not the destination that counts, it’s the journey”, they said. “Well than let’s jump on the weirdest means of transportation we can find and make it a memorable one”, I replied. And before I knew it I was sitting in what was supposed to be a bus, nearly folded in 2, getting a headache… Read More

TEMPLE HOPPING IN AYUTTHAYA, THAILAND – Why you should do it differently from everyone else

  Ayutthaya was the first stop in my 21 day tour through Thailand and a perfect introduction to the elegance and cultural richness of the country. There's temples everywhere and the refinement and sense of detail are incredible. The best and cheapest way to explore it is by bike, although you might want to get… Read More


From the hustle and bustle of Bangkok to the alone-in-the-world feeling of Koh Chang. Temples, temples and after that, some more temples, but nevertheless an extremely varied trip. Make this trip and fall in love with the land of smiles.   Day 1 - Arrive in Bangkok / minibus Bangkok - Ayutthaya (2h) / afternoon… Read More


We arrived in Ayutthaya in the early afternoon, after a long flight from Brussels and a 1,5 hours' minibus trip from Bangkok. The minibus had dropped us off in front of the train station and we walked from there to the hotel, which was about 300 meters. If you decide to do this too, just… Read More


After 2 weeks of non-stop visiting in Thailand, we were ready for some serious relaxing and some "us-time". We headed to Koh Chang, where we’d booked a ‘pool villa’ for 3 days and 4 nights. We chose Koh Chang because it's not too far from Bangkok, a little bit isolated but not too much either… Read More