Backpacking the World

I made my first solo trip when I was only 16 years old and have not stopped exploring since! Next to studying, doing internships and working, my goal has always been to explore the world, meet new people and be inspired! With my backpack, with my campervan or in any other way, I am looking for freedom!

I am happy to share my travel tales and destination guides with you.

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I often get asked: what is your favourite ” …. ” . Hereby a short list to get those questions out of the way 😉

My favourites

My favourite country to travel:

OK this is the hardest question obviously 🙂 So I made a top three, in no specific order:

1) South-Africa

2) Indonesia

3) Argentina

But let’s not forget Bolivia, Myanmar, Australia, Peru … and so much more!

My favourite country to live:

This would be Australia for sure. I lived here when I did my internshipThis country has it all – nature, food, lovely people, great traveling opportunities. I am sure that one day, I will end up

 

My favourite city:

Buenos Aires and Barcelona

 

My best holiday ever:

My three week trip to Indonesia

 

Most dangerous country I visited:

Pakistan

 

Most romantic place I visited:

Bocas del Toro in Panama

 

 

 

 

Traveling Europe

Traveling Asia

Traveling South America

Rocks, Roads and Desert – My North-Argentina Itinerary

After all the relaxing in Bariloche and partying in Buenos Aires, I took a cama (bed) instead of semi-cama (half bed) to go from Buenos Aires to Cordoba as a first stop on my North-Argentina itinerary. The cama bed means that the chair reclines more or less completely...

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4 Days of Relaxing in Bariloche

Since my last story, a lot has happened again!! Bariloche turned out to be amazing. Great weather, clear water, so many things to do! After the crazy quick and busy one week in Patagonia, it was time for some relaxing in Bariloche! Relaxing in Bariloche After arriving...

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Traveling Africa

A Personal Guide to Volunteering in South Africa for Free

In the summer holidays of 2008, I went to visit South Africa for a volunteering assignment. It was an amazing experience that even know, 10 years later, I have not forgotten one detail about. Volunteering in South Africa was a life changing event for me. That's why I...

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Kilimanjaro 2014

YES - WE DID IT!!! Last week, on the night of the 19th of February, 6 of my Accenture colleagues and myself managed to summit Mt. Kilimanjaro, world's tallest stand-alone mountain. Reaching Uhuru Peak at 5895 meters was an insane challenge and a great adventure! Here...

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On the way to the top! Sabrina Goes Kilimanjaro 🙂

Hey all! Time for an update! I've been completely overwhelmed by all the great reactions to my trip from all over the world :).. So far 64 sponsorships from all over the world have come in! Swedish, Norwegians, Greeks, UK, Germans, Colombians, Pakistani, Austrian,...

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Traveling Australia

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The Ultimate Guide to Your DIY Campervan Conversion

So you are thinking about a campervan conversion? You want to get into vanlife, or get a campervan to travel around with during your holidays? But don't want a huge RV or super expensive camper? Then a van conversion is a fun and cost-effective way to get your own...

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