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INDIA – Jaipur

JaipurIn Pushkar we took a train in the direction of Jodhpur, or at least we thought so, because after the train took off, we realized that we were actually heading into the opposite direction to Jaipur.First, it was a shock of course and we didn’t really know what to do, but eventually we decided to adjust our itinerary and stay in Jaipur, instead of waiting for another train at some point and go all the way back. In Jaipur we had our only couch surfing, but seeing we were there much earlier we decided to go to the place by chance and just ask if we could stay now. Funny enough, it was an actual hotel and the owner just gave us a whole hotel room for free. Pretty amazing :)We stayed in Jaipur for a 2 nights trying to figure out where to go next. We decided for Agra…

INDIA – Udaipur and Pushkar

India .. where do I begin?Maybe by the fact that I almost forgot my laptop at the airport. We were already on board, the “fasten your seat belt” has just turned on and the doors were about to close when I asked my boyfriend where he had put my laptop. When he replied that he didn’t touch it I immediately knew: I left it at the gate. Within seconds I jumped up, rushed to the air hostess and told her my dilemma. After seconds I saw someone bringing my laptop and I could have not been more happier and gave her an immediate “Thank you, thank you thank you” hug.¬†Ok, now I was ready for take-off. More or less, because I have a terrible fear of flying. But against all my fearful expectations it was a smooth and pretty much turbulence free flight. After about 7,5 hours we arrived in…

What I ate in 1 Week Iceland on a Budget + Plant based Lifestyle

Initially I filmed a short video about this topic, but the tone turned out to be such a bad quality due to the loud wind, that I decided to just quickly type it up instead.So I went to beautiful Iceland for a week, which has been a long, long dream of mine. We stayed in guest houses, hostels and airbnb’s and had the best time. We were also very lucky weather wise, sunshine everyday. I wanted to share with you what I ate in Iceland for one week on a plant based lifestyle and on a budget. We wanted spend as little money as possible on food, so we never went out to eat somewhere except once in Reykjavik.My preparation started at home:- baked a fresh batch of my cinnamon + date granola- ¬†prepared a bag of mixed nuts, seeds and raisins- in a bag mixed oats, cinnamon + vanilla-…

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