Airport life

When you get to fly quite a bit like me, airports naturally become a part of the journey and sometimes, depending on how soon you arrive at the airport or if you have a connecting flight (which is often my case), it tends to be a place where you spend a lot of time. Most…

A trip is a trip

To this day, and during the course of my life, I’ve visited so far 24 countries (after a memory pre-check for this post). More than half were European countries, but a bit all over the world. Have no idea how many miles I’ve roamed, by air, ground or water, but I would say quite a…

Transportation, to rent or not to rent

Living in an island in the middle of the Atlantic means that all my trips start with an airplane, so I don’t have the possibility (I was going to say luxury…) to bring my own car a go on a road trip to my next orienteering event. I know many of you are going “yeah…

Antwerp, a city with great vibes

I can’t believe two years have passed since I took my first trip to Belgium which also was my first urban orienteering event outside my home country. The Antwerp Sprint Orienteering Meeting (ASOM for short) in 2017 was also my first City Race Euro Tour event. A lot of firsts, I know… Antwerp couldn’t have…

Checking out the best hotel deals

Traveling preparations can sometimes be a bit stressful. After deciding a place to go, taking the time to determine where to stay can be difficult if you don’t know what the offer is. Some people leave that work to a travel agency, as I often did in the past, to be honest. However, leaving to…

So it begins…

You may say that I’ve found in Orienteering my true sports. I’ve been an orienteer for many years now, but it was only in 2017 that this passion joined another one that I also have for a long while: travelling! That year I took flight (literally) from the island where I live and started visiting…