Sharing our experiences is an important part of traveling for us. That’s why we try to keep this blog up to date with all of our most recent trips. It happens often that we also need advice from other travelers. We believe that all travelers’ mission should be to help each other with their journeys. And we are proud to say we’ve given advice more times than we’ve hit the road (and nobody is sure about or dares to calculate the latter).
We want to answer the questions you ask. To help you make unforgettable trips. To overcome your fears and try new things. To discover your own Magic of traveling.
That’s why we’ll be more than happy to receive your questions through the blog and answer them virtually too, especially when we can’t meet in person with everyone.
Why would you get advice from us? There are three important reasons. 😃
- we always give first-hand information, from our own experience 🙋
- we are seasoned travelers with experience in different types of traveling, short- or long-term, with different budgets and people… Moreover we have had so many unplanned circumstances, rough decisions that were taken in a flash, and adopted the strategy to never stop looking for the good, the positive, the beautiful in every experience that comes our way 💯
- when we help you and your trip, we somehow become part of it, we experience it with you 😃
The real deal travel advice
Terrified to fly for the first time? Or just not fond of flying? Check out our tips for nice and smooth first flight and all the next flights to come!
Stuck at the airport? Don’t worry – every saga is part of a great experience you will remember! Like our airport drama on our way to New Zealand.
Wonder what to put in the baggage? See how we pack when we live out of our backpacks on Camino de Santiago, or all the practical tips and tricks from our 2-month journey through South America!
Trip planning bothers you? It shouldn’t! Here is how we use our passion for crafting our own trip and the magic of trip planning in action: how to plan a trip to Senegal, planning a journey to the opposite side of the globe.
Need photography advice? We put together a guide to shooting the Northern Lights.