It’s officially been over 2 years since our big trip around Southeast Asia and the travel bug has planted itself in me once again. As I can’t leave tomorrow morning for a new trip, I’ve decided to make a packing list that I will most definitely use next time!
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When thinking about Laos, most people imagine the famous Kuangsi Falls and Luang Prabang (which is a UNESCO World Heritage site). However, when going to Laos, you should never forget to visit the South where you can find the unforgettable Bolaven Plateau Motorbike Loop. Here is how we found out about this beautiful experience and how you can do it too!
Curaçao stole my heart. You might have heard of Aruba but did you know that Aruba was part of three Dutch islands? They are: Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao.
I’ve seen many people write articles like these and I’ve always loved them! It’s a great way of finding out what other people have been loving and discovering new products! We might not do one every month but maybe a couple of times a year when we’ve tried new products that deserve to make it’s way on the list! Here are our April favourites!
You know the popular photos you see on Instagram? Those of the cool girls, the beauty products and travel destinations? Coraline Danthez creates illustrations that represent those but with a cool and calm twist.
Lately, with the never ending winter and the multiple glimpses of spring that always turn out to be false alarms, I have been reaching for spring like colors: pastels. More specifically light pinks. gg behind her Instagram account ohgigue has definitely been filling my needs of those pinks throughout our feeds.
You just decided to travel through Southeast Asia? Great! Here are our tricks and tips for finding and booking rooms in guesthouses and homestays.
One thing I’ve been loving about these Discover the Creator series is how each creator we’ve interviewed has a different style. They are all amazing in their own creations. Isabelle’s illustrations from Belliesartboutique are no different. Her illustrations remind me of dreams. The animals, nature, dreamy landscapes. The kinds of dreams you are sad to have woken up from.
If you haven’t heard of Jennifer Dahbura, you are welcome. She is a small illustrator that deserves way more praise so we are beyond happy to put a spotlight on her. Her style is different and simply amazing. Her choice of colors makes all her drawings fiery and full of emotions. However, what I love the most about her illustrations is that each one tells a story! Make sure to check out her work, you will definitely not be disappointed!