75 km hiking 4600m peak and Machu Picchu

I was already experiencing breathing difficulties at 3400 metres above sea level in Cuzco, but when I reached an altitude of 4600 metres, I practically hyperventilated. But the effects of low oxygen, or the fact that I completely busted both my ankles, didn’t take away from what was the most […]

July 21, 2016 / By
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Six weeks of heavenly hell – age restriction 18

I spent 6 weeks volunteering in a party hostel in Santa Marta, Colombia. When I was approaching 6 months on the road, I needed some time to keep my backpack unpacked, have time to work on my blog and to slow the trip down as it was really getting to […]

July 6, 2016 / By
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Find your own path – Guest post

I’m a bit of a nomad and I’m constantly taking off to explore this wonderful world. But I admit I wasn’t a natural traveller. I never travelled as a child. My annual family holiday was always to the same beach at the same hotel on the Gold Coast – just […]

June 21, 2016 / By
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Raised to be a champion

The way a child is raised is a powerful start in life. Did your parents tell you anything is possible and supported your dreams? Did they tell you life has limitations and every time you dreamt they said without resources nothing is possible? What kind of adult do you become […]

June 6, 2016 / By
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Butts and buts

This piece was inspired by conversations I keep having time and time again with different people, who are at the beginning of their journey – including me. If I asked you now, do you truly love your life? Do you love what you do? Would you do anything differently if […]

May 19, 2016 / By
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Invest in your future, so pack your bag!

This morning I got a message from a famous Hungarian travel blogger from backpacker.hu. She was currently in Colombia and saw I was too. As luck would have it, we were both in the town of Taganga so in less than 10 minutes after receiving her message, we met up. […]

April 19, 2016 / By
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Resisting temptation for the sake of the self

At this very moment I’m sitting on the bus, just left Bocas del Toro – Panama and making my way to Panama City to catch a flight to Columbia. This is a highly emotionally charged moment in my life and the very first since I left Budapest about 4 months […]

April 4, 2016 / By
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The Monster – Post Travel Depression

It’s time to finally talk about it. Many – if not all – fellow travellers experience something that I call the Post Travel Depression (PTD) at least once during their life. This is an undoubtedly existing negative feeling of the nomad who arrives home after a great adventure. I honestly […]

March 26, 2016 / By
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Life is a piece of cake. ? !

“So far this 2 months of travelling had been very easy.” – said Suzy when we were reflecting on the trip we are currently on (March 2016, Honduras) and it got me thinking; How is it easy to hitchhike 1300 km in Europe, sleep on an airport, fly to the […]

March 7, 2016 / By
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The ultimate guide for nomadic friendships

Shortly after you leave your family and friends behind for the first time, soon you realise which relationships are valuable and which are not as much. For some, it is the equivalent to a small trauma. Loosening up some of the connections is a difficult time to go through, especially […]

December 31, 2015 / By
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