Click here : www.youtube.com/watch to follow us around Iceland and it’s fascinating and unique nature!
We stayed in Iceland for a bit more than one week and where able to see some stunning landscapes and waterfalls. We swam in the blue lagoon, a famous, natural hot tub and we went to see the pride parade that took place while we where there in Reykjavik. We really enjoyed our time in this beautiful country.
Iceland is definitely worth a visit! 🇮🇸👍🏻
It was my first time in Jerusalem. We stayed here for 4 days and we could have seen much more, but we were simply not in the mood to rush through all the touristy places in such a short time. If you really want to see a lot of Jerusalem you need at least one week.
But we can still say, that we got a good first overview and impression of Jerusalem because we were lucky to meet a local on our first day who showed us around. (If you read this Seev, I want to thank you again for your kindness 🙂 )
Here are the things I recommend to see and do in and around Jerusalem:
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For all who don´t know it: I am currently a au-pair girl in morocco. I remember the thoughts i had, before i came here: Will the kids like me? Will i find friends here? How is the family? And when it came to packing my suitcase the most important question for me was: “How will i survive without my closet full of clothes to choose from?”
In the beginning it wasn´t that fun for me. I wore the same pants basically all the time. For me as the girl, who likes to dress up, plays with different styles and textures in her outfits and runs a fashion blog, this was a hard time. And as the time passed, i realized that i underestimated the winter in morocco completely. It can be very cold here. Very cold.
End of December i flew back to Germany, to visit my friends and family. That was my chance to take a suitcase with cold weather clothes back. I choose wisely, that the items would be versatile and comfortable at the same time. On my YouTube channel you can see the result of the outfits I choose.
Here you can find the video:
Hope you got some inspiration out of it 🙂
Tell me in the comments! 💕Xoxo, Caro
The 20´s can be the most exiting years of your entire life. You are old enough to decide things on your own and young enough to do whatever you want. These are also your “selfish years” because you can focus completely on you and your career. Later in life things like that might be more complicated because you might have a family and children to take care of. So go girl and use that years wisely!
I´ll show you my list of 20 things now that you should consider to do in your 20´s.
- learn a new language
- live abroad
- get a job you like
- play an instrument/ find a hobby
- donate blood
- learn to surf (or any new kind of sport you never tried before)
- learn to cook a proper meal
- own a pet
- volunteer/ do charity work
- dye your hair
- go on a roadtrip
- travel solo
- make a good friend
- build something
- make your driver license
- buy a car
- organize a meeting of your old classmates
- go to a concert
- ask for a pay rise
- fall in love
Would you add or leave something? Do you already achieved some of these things? Let me now in the comments 🙂
weather you are visiting Marrakech, Casablanca, Rabat, Agadir, Fès or Meknes there are some things that you should definitely do while you’re in Morocco.
If you’re visiting Morocco for the first time, one week is definitely enough to see the main things there. By saying main “things” I mean:
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This was a pretty spontaneous holiday trip for me. My friend Dani asked me two weeks before our flight if I would like to come with here to Bulgaria. I took the chance and said yes! This was probably the best thing I could ever do this year👍🏻
We spent one amazing week (in June 2018) in sunny beach in Bulgaria. Here’s what we did:
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Instagram and other social media platforms are full of pictures about Morocco. More and more influencers seem to explore this Arab/African country. But not all of them stick to the rule: “when in Rome, do as the romans do.” That simply means that you should not wear to revealing clothes, like hot pants, while visiting an Arab/muslim country. (Especially if your female)
Here are the outfits that I wore while staying in Morocco + some tipps and fashion advice if you’d like to visit Morocco as a woman:
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