Malapascua Island | Philippines

SOUTH EAST ASIA | Vlog 1

Two weeks ago we left home for our biggest adventure so far – traveling three months through south east asia with our backpacks.

Since then we flew to Singapore, then to Cebu City, spent 3 nights there with Cris’ parents, drove 5h to Maya to head to Malapascua Island by boat, returned to Cebu City for one night, drove 3h to Moalboal, spent 4 nights there and today we headed to Dumaguete, where we are now for 2 nights.

Now I want to share our first Vlog. I will upload them on YouTube and post it here with some more info and details about the travel and the destinations.

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Travel Budget

How to calculate your costs for traveling

On my post about how to plan your big travel I said that I will share our budget for a 3-month travel in South East Asia and some tips about how you can set up your own budget.

In business school and in my studies I learned a little about budgets and calculation and I like setting up budgets and plans.

So here we go! Here is our budget for 3 months: Continue reading “Travel Budget”

The first 3 steps to plan your big travel

My top 3 tips for you

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Today I want to write about something not fitness related. As the name of my blog says I also want to write about traveling because this is my other passion in life. I grew up traveling a lot with my parents: we have been traveling in the USA, Egypt, Israel, Turkey, Tunisia, Albania, Croatia, Italy and all around our homeland Switzerland. Most of the times we were traveling with a car and sleeping in a tent, it was always very adventurous and minimalistic. My own traveling style is similar but I like to have it a little bit more comfortable than my parents, especially my dad. He traveled almost the whole world and is the most extreme backpacker I know – besides my sister. So I learned a lot from my parents about traveling and I am so grateful for this experiences during my childhood and youth. Continue reading “The first 3 steps to plan your big travel”