Author: Sabina

"You're so brave for a girl!" Considering I can't even sit through Scary Movie without having nightmares, I hear this a lot more often than I feel I should.   People usually proclaim this after hearing about my travels or when they realise blogging is my full-time job. But instead of...

Almond blossoms cover the ground like freshly fallen snow. Jagged rocks give way to the aquamarine ocean. Birdsong echoes through the forest.  Oh, and somewhere in the distance there's me, huffing and puffing underneath the weight of my oversized backpack. This is my first multi-day hike ever. I't seems I've packed...

Please call me Valentina Tereshkova, because after my recent trip to Turkey I feel like the first woman to travel to space. Hot air ballooning over Cappadocia is like gliding over the surface of the moon. The jagged rocks - known as fairy chimneys - jut out at sharp...

Your response to my previous post about becoming a more responsible traveller left me in happy tears.  I always knew you were amazing, but your comments filled my heart with more joy than I can put into words. I've already started my journey toward responsible travel by taking a...

If 2016 taught me one thing, it's that money is not a big motivating factor for me. I don't mean that as a look-how-well-I'm-doing kind of humblebrag. Nor am I about to denounce all material possessions, burn my bras and join the Himba tribe. I bring it up because whenever somebody tells me how...

I'm not much of a nostalgic person. I'd much rather stare at the back of future's head than wistfully gaze over my shoulder at days gone by. But even so, I think it's important to occasionally audit our lives and the beginning of a new year is the perfect time to...