The miniature toiletries we use for one trip and then toss out aren’t doing anyone a favor. It’s so refreshing to see a brand standing up for our planet and coming up with such great, revolutionary products. I will definitely be taking these products on my upcoming trips… Continue reading Sustainably Travel Toiletries – “Full Circle” Review
A travel-blogger’s guide to overcoming writers block and procrastination Happy Halloween! And welcome to this Halloween post about the spookiest thing of all: Writers-block. (dun dun duuuun) Sweeping the blogosphere like an epidemic, we’re all at risk. No cure has been found as of yet. But fear not, new advances have been made in the effort of finding a cure! Am I currently suffering from … Continue reading How to write when you don’t know what to write…
Today I’d like to share what’s in my zero-waste travel bag! I think being mindful of what you use and how it affects our environment is so important and it’s all too easy to forget about this when you’re on the road. There are a few items I ensure I always have with me on a day out to try and minimize my waste (especially … Continue reading What’s in my Zero-Waste Travel Bag?
Recently I had the lovely experience of a fire alarm sounding for over five hours at my charming Airbnb (Yes you read that right: five hours. I wish that was an exaggeration…). I figured if I had to live through that nightmare, I might as well make the best of the situation and write a post to help you avoid ending up in horror-movie-worthy accommodation. … Continue reading The Secrets Behind Choosing Accommodation
We were welcomed to the city with rain and dark skies, giving everything a grey wash. But seeking shelter from the cold we quickly found ourselves in the markets, surrounded by nothing but bright hues and the scent… Continue reading A Weekend Wandering Through Istanbul
Here’s the funny thing about most floating villages in Cambodia: they don’t actually float. No, instead, the houses in these villages are perched impossibly high on wooden stilts that are only visible six months of the year. When the rainy season arrives… Continue reading Kompong Khleang- Cambodia’s Floating Village
My taxi seemed anything but safe. With a broken seatbelt, an elastic rope keeping the trunk shut and an array of noises no car should ever make, you would think I’d feel uncomfortable at best… Continue reading A Night in Chiang Mai City
Hey, how’s it going? I’m Sophie, it’s nice to meet you. I’m just a 20-year-old, coffee-fueled traveler trying to make something of herself. That’s where navigate comes in… Continue reading Welcome to Navigate