After 6 weeks in our small campervan in New Zealand, where the weather had quickly descended into a windy winter, we felt it was time to relax in warmer climes with a little bit of extra living space. So what is slightly better than a campervan in winter? A tiny island in the middle of nowhere on the other end of the world. Rarotonga in the Cook Islands. Straight into the Polynesian Pacific, perfect!
You might start to think that we love everything that crosses our path. However, there are places that are just not our thing and situations that do not turn out the way we would like. But we always try to make the most out of it.
Housesitting on a farm in Australia, what a unique and amazing experience! We got swept away and unexpectedly added a new dream to our list. To read more: click on the picture or title.
We love trains and train rides in Myanmar are some of the most memorable and magnificent. A real must-do! To read more: click on the picture or title.
What did we notice and what surprised us at first sight in this amazing country dotted with golden pagodas? To read more, click on the picture or title.
When you are constantly travelling, do you also need a holiday once and a while? Taking a holiday from a holiday, this is how we do it! To read more: click on the picture or title.
The day you think you’ve seen a lot, there’s always a surprising festival crossing your path that opens your eyes even more. To read more: click on the picture or title.
Do we run into some funny and crazy things? But of course!! For instance, the angry grannies of Hong Kong and the crazy birds of Singapore. Click on the picture or title to read more.
For Christmas we wanted to be somewhere more relaxing and more Christmasy. We also wanted to try out the concept of housesitting and preferably spend some more time in a place we love: Hong Kong. That is how we got to the idea to look for a housesit in Hong Kong over Christmas. To read more: click on the picture or title.
Housesitting also means home cooking, and during the holidays this is more than welcome. For us this is one of the reasons to housesit during the Christmas period. Just doing your own food shopping in the supermarket, cooking your own meals and dining at a cozy table with candlelight and a glas of wine. To read more: click on the picture or title.