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Kind Traveling: Bali

Kind Traveling: Bali

Is Bali your next holiday destination? Maybe you are longing for paradise, but wouldn’t it also be interesting to do something special during your vacation? Our guest-blogger Suzan volunteered in Bali, Indonesia recently and wrote a heartwarming blog about it!

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Voluntourism and how to avoid being trapped in a lie (7 TIPS)

Voluntourism and how to avoid being trapped in a lie (7 TIPS)

I’ve used the word ‘voluntourism’ in many of my blogs before, describing the fact that I travel and volunteer while being on holiday. Nevertheless, the term ‘voluntourism’ got a very negative reputation lately. In multiple media ‘voluntourism’ has been described as a bad and shady business that we should avoid. How do you avoid being trapped in the lies that come with voluntourism?

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What it was like to travel alone in Nepal

What it was like to travel alone in Nepal

I loaded the blog with my experiences of traveling alone in Nepal. This trip was my first so I am sure a lot of things described are ‘first-time’ experiences many of you will recognize.Traveling alone in Nepal is fairly easy and save. You will meet lovely people along the way who will try to help whenever they can. Most Nepali speak English very well which helps a lot. I really enjoyed traveling alone and two weeks is perfect. I could have extended it up to three weeks.

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Sapana Village Lodge – A dream stay in Nepal

Sapana Village Lodge – A dream stay in Nepal

I couldn’t wait to tell you all about my dream stay at the Sapana Village Lodge. it was such a dream, I felt so happy and totally relaxed here!
The Sapana Village Lodge is an accommodation just outside of Sauhara, the town at the border of Chitwan National Park. The town is small but full of hotels and booking offices. Sapana Village Lodge is just outside of town, which brings along a natural calmness. The lodge is adjacent to a small river and a grass area, which gives you amazing views and pure relaxation.

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