Ranting about my problems with WTC and my journey back from South-Africa. … More Starting 2016 with a rant
Starting the tour The 6th of August, I was dropped off at Belvedere Estate. Belvedere is a hotel mainly for the people either going on or coming from a tour. I arrived begin afternoon. I was welcomed by the friendly manager and lead to my room by one of the assistance. The room was quite … More South-Africa (5/5) The Big Five
(20 juli tot en met 23 augustus) New place, different experiences Once I arrived at the airport of Johannesburg, the sun had already set. Just a few percent battery left on my phone. Yet I still had to download the address which was in my mail. After quite a search for working WiFi, I for once had … More South-Africa (4/5) Dumpster diving
Since Knysna didn’t go through and I had changed my plans about Mossel Bay, I went straight to Cape Town (520 km/323 miles) which was going to take over 8 hours including all stops. Damn, this was going to be a long ride.
Plettenberg Bay My last morning in Jeffrey’s Bay and I almost overslept for the bus… Of course I had also been so smart to not pack my stuff the night before. 😑 Luckily the bus driver (and the passengers) were patient and gave me enough time to get ready. After I got my bags, I … More South-Africa (2/5) Plettenberg Bay
First day The following morning, I woke up a bit late with the sun already shining at her brightest. Waking up happier than I had in quite a while, it still hadn’t fully sunk in yet that I was 14.000 kilometers (8 699 miles) away from home. When it did come to my realization that I … More South-Africa (1/5) Jeffrey’s Bay
The airport experience There I stood, on the airport waiting to check my bags in excited to finally go out there and see more than my back yard. Leaving from Amsterdam’s airport Schiphol, stops in London and Capetown, with final destination Port Elizabeth. I got in the queue for the check-in. When I got up … More My first trip alone
Indecisive It was around February 2015, that I started to embrace my love for travelling. Now I ‘just’ had to plan my trip. Looking back, this was not something I really did, therefore I am glad my first trip was more of a ‘vacation trip’, it wasn’t a big deal to go unplanned.I could always … More Before I could leave