Thailand, the ultimate travel guide [part 2]
Travels

Thailand, the ultimate travel guide [part 2]

Hello hello, guys!! Are you ready for the next part of our trip? It’s the last stretch. If you didn’t check the first segment, you could do it here. Today, we have 2 stops: Kanchanaburi and Chiang Mai. I hope you’ll enjoy it!! 4. Kanchanaburi We took the train and tried the 2nd class. It was better than the previous experience, but it wasn’t beating the VIP bus.  We made it to Bang Pong train station then a taxi came to pick us up to go to Sai Yok, 2 hours…

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Thailand, the ultimate travel guide [Part I]
Travels

Thailand, the ultimate travel guide [Part I]

This summer, if you follow me on Instagram, you know my family and I traveled to Thailand. It is with great pleasure I am (finally!) sharing these 4 weeks of adventure in this ultimate Thailand travel guide! A few were wondering why this particular destination?! To be honest, there isn’t any real explanation. I swear it isn’t because it’s Insta-famous. My mom wanted to go, she told us about it and the next thing you know we were planning the trip of our life! Simple as that! Simple?! Not really!…

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Social pressure : My life does not have due dates!
Lifestyle

Social pressure : My life does not have …

Hello Loves!! I’m 26! Yay!!! No kids, none in my womb, no ring on my finger, I don’t have a stable job (yet!) nevertheless I’m living my best life. On top of all of that, I’m really grateful for another year. According to society, I’m a failure because I didn’t respect my “due dates”!! (Haha). Spiteful people start wondering : when am I going to have kids ?,  when am I getting married ?, where I am working?, Ooh… You don’t have a job (#BigEyes) ? These are the questions I…

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Carnival 2018
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Carnival 2018

  Hello There! The carnival on the Dutch side has come to an end #sadface! However, before closing the chapter officially for 2018, I’d like to tell you more about it so maybe you can come next year?! In the Caribbean culture carnival is very important. It’s that time of the year where you get loose and wine that bum bum. It doesn’t matter if you are rich, poor, politician, teacher, unemployed : EVERYONE GETS TOGETHER! Because there are two parts on the island, we have two carnivals (double the…

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My Martinique road trip
Martinique

My Martinique road trip

In September, I went to Martinique. Not intentionally and not for vacation. I went with my mom and my sister because we got evacuated after Irma. The first days were really  hard but time healed the wounds and spending time with my family, especially my grandma, did me good. I also had the opportunity to visit this beautiful island. Martinique is a French island located between Dominica and Saint-Lucia. It isn’t far from Guadeloupe (45 minutes flight) and Saint-Martin (2hours flight with a connection in Guadeloupe). It is well known…

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