Looking back on a decade of solo travel

Can you believe we have just entered a new decade? Time really flies when you’re having fun! Of course, I also traveled a ton in the last decade. In fact, although I’ve been traveling all my life, it wasn’t until the last decade that I started traveling solo. That I discovered how incredibly freeing and empowering solo female travel can be. And if you’d be so kind to come along, let me take you through my whole decade of solo travel: … More Looking back on a decade of solo travel

My favorite places I visited in 2019

2019 was once again a great travel year for me. I traveled to 15 countries, of which 6 I had visited previously. People often ask me about my favorite destinations, but with so many places to choose from, picking just one is really hard. Each place I go has so much to offer. So to reflect on the past year on travel and hopefully inspire you for your next trip, these are my favorite places I visited in 2019: … More My favorite places I visited in 2019

Things to eat in Canada

Canada is probably not the first place you think of for a foodie destination. In my three months, most of the traditional Canadian food I encountered was meat and different shades of beige. But I was also pleasantly surprised by the amount of vegan and vegetarian options everywhere. In the end, Canadian cuisine didn’t wow me, but I did find a few dishes worth trying. Here is my top picks for things to eat in Canada: … More Things to eat in Canada

Places to visit in the USA

I visited a lot of places during my 3 months in the USA. Some didn’t quite live up to my dreams, but others pleasantly surprised me. Obviously, the US is a big country and a huge diversity in destinations. As much as I hate picking favorites, I managed to boil it down to my 5 top places to visit in the US and put them in alphabetical order. If you’re planning a trip to the USA, these are a few destinations I think you can’t miss: … More Places to visit in the USA

Things to do in Montreal

Montreal is vibrant, young and hip. The French colonial architecture, multicultural citizens, array of languages, abundance of bicycles and parks give it a really European feel. Out of all the cities I visited in Canada, this is the one place I could see myself living. Montreal is super livable, but also a great tourist destination. This city is so alive and there is so much to do! From tourist classics like Old Montreal to eating your weight in poutine, these are the top things to do in Montreal: … More Things to do in Montreal