How did you afford to travel over 10 countries in 2 years, without earning money? Continuously traveling isn´t too hard anymore these days, as working remotely is bigger than ever. But how about traveling for a long time without working? How did I manage to travel for 2 years without earning money? Well, as so many people asked me how I was able to afford that, I decided to once and for all write it down for you. So here are my “secrets” on how I saved money while traveling
“Even if you don´t wanna teach. Do a Yoga Teacher Training. It will change your life forever!” April said. She had just graduated her 200h Yoga Teacher Training in India and was now working in the surf camp together with me. And she should be right about that. Here is my experience during the Yoga Teacher Training in India as well as all the details about it. The Decision It was during a cold November in Vienna, Austria. I had just returned to my home country a couple of days ago,
About a week ago I moved away from Austria and straight into a home on wheels. A Van, that my boyfriend and I converted – all by ourselves. The feeling of moving away. Just a couple of weeks ago a friend asked me, to visualize and feel a moment of pure happiness that I had experienced in the past. A memory I feel at ease with and that I wanna come back to when I am afraid, nervous or unstable in my current life. Immediately I thought of the day
Whenever I tell people that I´ve been traveling through Central America, they ask me, if I hiked a Vulcan. And Yes I did. I actually hiked two volcanos. Baru in Panama and Vulcan Acatenango in Guatemala. Both of them are not active anymore, but the difference is, that close to Vulcan Acatenango is the still erupting Vulcan Fuego.
Being from Austria, hiking always was somehow part of my outdoor adventures I started from the early age on. When I traveled from Portugal to Spain I looked up some interesting things to do close to Malaga – and found the Caminito del Rey. I fell in love with the views and decided: I NEED TO DO THIS! In this blogpost, you´ll find everything you need for a day to escape the summer heat of southern Spain’s cities. So off you go and enjoy the view 😉
Most of you might have “somehow” noticed, that I´ve been working at Rapturecamps in summer 2016. The first question I get? Have you been teaching surf? Ähhhhmm.. NO I was not a surf instructor 😉 I was kind of a bloody beginner. The second question I get is: HOW IS THE CAMP? and How did you like working there? First things first, so …. as my last surf camp review (about the Lapoint Camp in Sri Lanka) was and still is one of the most read posts on my blog, I
As I´ve been volunteering in the Rapture Surfcamp in Ericeira Portugal, I thought I wanna give you some insights and a review on the camp. Therefore I asked several people who stayed there in 2016 and put up this post for you. Additional Hannah wrote so many details, that I decided to add a second review post, just with all her thoughts. Thanks girl for your effort, I really appreciate it!