How to plan a gap year, part 1

How to plan a gap year:   First of all: It is super fun, super stressful and super exciting. You will have to think about so many things and forget half of them again before you can do them. Here I line up the eariest stages of your gap year, the things you have to decide before all the packing and buying ticket starts. How to chose where to go: It really is up to you. What cultures are you...

Nepal begins

Only 3 days left! Next Monday is the big day. I'll be leaving for KATHMANDU :) The next 4 months I will spent in Nepal teaching and travelling. But let's take baby steps: Where will I be going? I will live in a village 40 minutes with the bus from the capital Kathmandu. The name is Godavari and you can visit the (almost) famous Botanical Gardens there. How will I get there? I start in Hamburg and...

My big trip begins

Hey guys, over the past 2 years I've been planning and organizing my gap year. I finished High School this summer (YEA) and am now free to travel. I will try my best to keep you folks updated on everything I do :) What awaits me? First of all I am gonna travel to NEPAL. For 3 months I'll be teaching at a local primary school and one month (spread over the time) I'll be travelling, including...

How to…travel Paris on a budget

How to...see Paris with a travel Paris on a tight budget How to...chose how to travel: One of the most expensive things when you are travelling is the way you get to your destination. From Hamburg, my starting point, you can fly, take your car, a bus or a train to Paris. I wouldn't recomand the car. You don't really want to drive 15 hours, pay for carparks and be stuck in Parisian traffic. Also...