Volcanoes

Exploring Rotorua, a volcanic wonderland

Exploring Rotorua, a volcanic wonderland

The city sits within a volcanic crater and as you walk through the streets of the city, you can literally see holes in the ground with bubbling mud pools and steam! From giant shooting geysers, colorful crater lakes and natural hot springs all over the place, Rotorua is a stop you can't miss on your New Zealand itinerary...

A day amongst volcanoes: Trekking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing

A day amongst volcanoes: Trekking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing

The trail wends its way 19.4km through New Zealand's oldest National Park and a dual World Heritage Area. Featuring an incredible volcanic terrain, unique and dramatic landscapes and a range of endemic flora, the Tongariro Alpine Crossing is a beautiful playground for avid hikers and photographers...

10 Things That will Make you Pack & Go Traveling in Southeast Asia

10 Things That will Make you Pack & Go Traveling in Southeast Asia

You can spend the day overflying desert islands and the night trekking on a volcano; attend a cooking class on the morning and ride a zipline in the jungle with wild monkeys around you on the afternoon. In short, it's a whole different world that awaits you with surprises you won't even imagine... Pack your flip-flops, swimsuit and passport. You're off to a big adventure!

Why the hell does everyone love Bali so much?

Why the hell does everyone love Bali so much?

We lived in Indonesia for a year, and were lucky to have Bali as our 'weekend destination'. We spent a lot of time on the island of Gods, and we loved it. We hated it. We loved it. We hated it -you see my point. My question is: why the hell does everyone LOVE Bali so much? What about the 17.000 other island in Indonesia, and Southeast Asia, and the rest of the world?  It might be the exotic weather, the down-to-earth lifestyle, the laid-back vibes, or maybe...

Gunung Bromo: Expedition on a Moonscape

Gunung Bromo: Expedition on a Moonscape

Our trip across Java is one of the most extraordinary we have ever done. Obviously in terms of scenery, but also for the people, the atmosphere, the silence, the smoke slowly coming out of that huge crater, that feeling to be privileged to be walking on the Moon, and that pristine nature...

An Illustrated Journey: New Zealand's wanders

An Illustrated Journey: New Zealand's wanders

I drove around New Zealand for a six months journey, alone with my car, my camera & my notebooks, exploring new wanders every single day. Some of these discoveries appeared as "the" things that make New Zealand so special. A wonderland. Unexpected encounters, great landscapes, national parks, incredible cities... 

What to see in Indonesia: Itinerary for the Trip of a Lifetime

What to see in Indonesia: Itinerary for the Trip of a Lifetime

From Java to Sulawesi, I've seen wonders I could hardly believe they actually exist. Either you're going for a couple of weeks or for a long term trip, I hope you'll enjoy Indonesia as much as I did -and I hope this post will help you decide your itinerary

Indonesia's best kept secrets - Travel off the track!

Indonesia's best kept secrets - Travel off the track!

We stayed almost a year in Indonesia, expats, based in Jakarta. Unfortunately we had to eat, therefore, we had to work -and couldn't spend all our time traveling. But, still, we took the time to explore the islands and discover heavenly places. Let me think back to these amazing memories...