Taking a break: Ljubljana (photo + video update)

After leaving my last workaway host I went to Ljubljana to see my friends. I spent my time with Angela, eating pizza while watching a game. Went to the park almost every sunny day. Met a bunch of people through Couchsurfing And meeting up with people who I met last year in Slovenia! Oh and lots of eating.. Angela and I went on a hitchiking … Continue reading Taking a break: Ljubljana (photo + video update)

Lithuania: First times Couchsurfing as a couple

Monday – Vilnius We left Lars and his family on Sunday evening. It was weird to say goodbye after staying there for over a month but it also felt good. I love Lars and his family however, adapting to another family for a whole month without having a car etc. to go somewhere else and enjoy private time, does take energy. Of course we did … Continue reading Lithuania: First times Couchsurfing as a couple

Sweden and Denmark: Christmas feelings and whiskey

Wednesday During our dinner with the Airbnb host last night, the kind man told us we could stay in his other house if we would like to. We had been so kind, according to him, to be flexible with arrival amongst other things. So this morning we packed our bags and went to the new place. A small holiday house with old furniture and a … Continue reading Sweden and Denmark: Christmas feelings and whiskey

Cork: More ripped pants and discussing comfort

Wednesday After Osayi’s church meeting yesterday evening, we went out with some of his friends. Some beers, alcohol free beers and even tea were consumed while enjoying some live music. Just like the people I met in Cork last year, these new friends of Osayi were incredibly nice with all their own interesting stories. The next morning I received a message from Björn, if I wanted … Continue reading Cork: More ripped pants and discussing comfort

Cork: Osayi, Ripped Pyjamas and a Buddhist monk

Monday After leaving home early and a train ride to Amsterdam, I find myself getting a little bit more comfortable with flying. I will never love it, sitting still and knowing you can’t leave a place. But, I found my right playlists, I always bring food and an empty bottle that I can fill after the security check, I know how to approach people when … Continue reading Cork: Osayi, Ripped Pyjamas and a Buddhist monk