Lots of young independent women share the dream to travel the world or a part of it on their own. Experiencing an adventurous or relaxing time and just follow your own will and your instincts seems just perfect. Sounds easy done, right? The majority of solo female travelers will also affirm that it isn’t a big deal to do it. But still- to do it the first time, travel alone as a female, often
Thinking of the Caribbean the first destinations that come into your mind are usually the Dominican Republic and Curacao. Have you ever thought of Colombia? I guess not.
This you should change, Colombia is becoming more and more attractive for travelers at the moment; it is getting safer and safer every year. Furthermore it has beautiful landscapes and beaches to offer, it’s cheap and still
During my semester break this February I went to Barranquilla, Colombia to volunteer in a school/”colegio” as an English teacher. Before I took my flight I was quite nervous. This experience should be the first time for me to be somewhere out of Europe. Furthermore my knowledge of Spanish at this time was really basic. That’s why I was a bit scared not to get along there.
Japan was a beautiful country with such nice people. When I arrived at the airport my phone didn’t work, so I was a bit lost. Immediately a man came to me and gave me his one! It was amazing; in Europe they don’t even care about strangers!
I started my journey in Tokyo. Thanks to two Japanese girls that I met in Nepal