Be Prepared: Tips To Make Your Solo Travel Adventure A Success

Travelling alone can conjure up images of twenty-something singletons slowly rocking in their hostel beds while trying to banish the thoughts of homesickness from their mind. While there may be fleeting moments when you may be missing home if you haven’t had your particular brand of coffee for a couple of months, the chances, Read More

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  The 29 skippers sailing around the world are now already two weeks at sea and are currently in the South Atlantic Ocean. Time to look back at the day of the start: Happiness, emotion and a cheering crowd. What an amazing atmosphere in the town of Les Sables d’Olonne at the West coast, Read More

  This is the toughest competition in ocean racing and definitely also one of the toughest sports event on the planet: The Vendée Globe. Since its creation in 1989, only 72 sailors have managed to finish this yacht race which starts every four years from Les Sables d’Olonne at the West coast of France., Read More

solo travellers

Solo travel is not always a smooth ride, so here are my top 9 tips for solo travellers to help you on your solo journey… 1 | Research Your Destination For many solo travellers, planning and researching is almost as fun as actually traveling! I should confess that research is not usually my strength –, Read More

It’s not the first time in my life, but it doesn’t make it any easier. Spending Christmas away from ‘home’ is hard- always. Our version of Christmas is most likely a precise one, shaped by years of family traditions, annual events, and rituals formed with friends. In fact, there’s nothing that screams “family” better, Read More

  Life is good you know and we should sometimes stop to celebrate the good times, the free times, friendships, love and laughter. The freedom to choose one path from another, to live one life to the fullest, with hope, faith and love.   We feel freedom on our choice for coastal living and, Read More

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