Before going there, the only two things I knew about Papua New Guinea were –nobody travels there because they are cannibals – and –there are no roads. Nevertheless, I was irresistibly attracted to go and see, to visit the tribes and hopefully not to get eaten.Continue reading “How to travel Papua New Guinea on your own: Local customs & safety”
In my last five years of constant travelling, many people asked me how do I sustain myself, where do I get the money for it. Low-cost travelling is usually associated with low-cost airlines and cheap countries, mainly in Asia. But that isn’t all to it. I’d like to share a few tips with you how to travel with minimum-cost practically anywhere around the world. Yes, it’s possible. Two essential ingredients are trust and courage.Continue reading “How to travel with minimum cost Anywhere: Tips on accommodation, transport and food”
So here I was. Back to Europe after an adventurous trip to Israel questioning myself – what next? When I discovered this A-mazing place, One World Institute.
It got everything! Studies, work, travel, volunteering in one big bundle. Moreover, it’s in Norway! One of those countries I’ve always dreamt about.