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It sucked pretty bad and almost ruined a perfectly pleasant stay in San Francisco. Plus, I felt so stupid and bad loosing all the cash.

I do have a very long bucket list. It keeps growing and growing, especially now that I am home-stuck for a little while. Many destinations on my bucket list are far away, such as Canada , Japan and New Zealand. Other than that, I have many different cities that I want to visit for the first time or for a second time, such as Prague going there in January now!

Since I am usually traveling on my own, these short or long encounters always make me feel happy. When I entered, all window seats were unfortunately taken, but the woman next to me switched seats with me for a couple of hours so that I was able to enjoy the view.

It was incredibly sweet of her! Probably not — to give the short answer. I love traveling, but a huge and wonderful part for me is coming home which requires having a homebase somewhere. For me, traveling is giving myself a timeout, being more spontaneous and having an adventure on my own. In a longer version: Go out and do it, but do it with all your heart and be yourself. How has your week been going? Except for that I spent my weekend at home like a hermit typing in many words of my PhD thesis.

It feels good to be productive and to have a weekend for myself every once in a while. As always, I have been incredibly late with catching up with all the amazing blogposts that are shared every Saturday. A pleasant surprise awaited me on Friday though: If you want to know what it is and if you are curious of the questions that I have to answer, please check back next week! Christina shared how she monetized her travel blog. Laura shares her strategies on how to save money each month to spend on traveling.

Sounds great, but I still have to work on my shopping habits! I loooove travel fails and have encountered so many myself. I also shared a story of mine in her comments.

Anne shares her packing list for world tour which includes some great tips and tricks! A Charming Charleston Destination Guide. How to live a life of travel even with a full time job. Christmas is right around the corner, just a month away! Have you started with your Christmas shopping yet? Each year I promise myself to start in October, plus to make a list of ideas for myself so that I can share my wishes with others. There is nothing more frustrating than losing all your pictures because something happened to your laptop.

It is really tiny and easy to carry in your back pack when you are out and exploring new places which makes it one of the smaller Christmas gifts for travelers. Very often there is only little time to plug in your phone and charge it, so a power bank can do that on the go and save you from running out of power. I always recommend the travel guides by Lonely Planet , simply because I myself have trusted them for the last 10 years and collected an impressive library already.

Their suggestions are always thoughtful and mostly accurate, plus they cover all kinds of budgets. If you know in advance of a future destination, a travel guide as a Christmas gift for a traveler can never be wrong.

I own this one from Kalahari since and am not disappointed. I take it with me on all bigger trips and use it as my day pack with or without my DSLR in it. It has proven itself to be very durable! It is a great help when you need to stay organized, not only during a trip, but also in everyday life. It fits most of the cables that you need for your laptop, cell phone or camera. It makes it easier to find everything.

Very well made and with great ideas! The book or rather the series make great Christmas gifts for travelers! This bag is cabin approved, i. I chose the bag from Karabar because it comes with a 3 year warranty! They simply do their job very very well and they are very durable! Easy to handle and a lightweight, so the Fujifilm can be taken on a trip for these instant photos!

Still, it is mostly stuff that in my opinion everyone could use. So tell me now: What is on your list for this Christmas? Feel free to share it with me! How did your week and weekend go? I believe that it is so important to listen into oneself and evaluate what one wants from life. Shannon reviewed google trips, which I will have to see for myself, but it sounds quite good!

To read about a visit to Landsberg am Lech made me incredibly happy, because I keep telling people to go there. Meg writes about first week travel blues which I totally think is a thing, it is basically what I meant with homesickness in my post a few weeks ago.

Even though I technically do, I sometimes forget to follow them… Another post on visiting a city in Germany: Kristine went to Trier, and it looks like she and her boyfriend had a really good time! Ever since my trip to Thailand, I looove Thaifood if it is not too spicy.

See this post for five fav dishes to try! And this post will make you want to go to Bangkok! Which makes me want to agree with Bidisha who in her post names seven reasons to revisit places. How to unplug from and minimize your possessions. On the Shores of a Pink Lake in Australia. Leave me a comment if you liked my list or think that I need to read something special for next weeks list! I have to be honest with you: Traveling, and especially traveling solo, requires a lot of planning for me, before-hand and during the trip.

I myself like to stay on top of all bookings and reservations, but I also hate to carry my Macbook with me all the time. All of them have worked just fine and proven to be very helpful when I was already stressed out and had to hurry between connecting flights. Can you guess how often I have to check which gate I need to find when I am tired?! AirBnB is an awesome App that is just so easy to use! It lets you check for accommodation, look at pictures of the listings and you can book directly and stay in contact with your future host.

If you want to book via AirBnB or already have a booking then this is really one of the must-have travel apps!

A must-have for all budget travelers in my honest opinion. I have booked most of my hostel accommodations via hostelworld so far and while I prefer to actually book via a computer, I love the app to have all infos such as room type, check-in dates and the address at one place.

It will also alert you after your stay to leave a comment and rate the hostel so that other people can check ratings before they book.

As a huge fan of and believer in the Lonely Planet Guides, this is an app that I found out recently about: It features different city guides that you can download to have them available offline. When I started using the app, the list of cities was quite small, but it keeps growing. They even ask you to send in your recommendations on which city guides to add next! There are many more features like saving sights to a list or calculating a budget that this app offers!

Occasionally, my sense of direction is totally off and I tend to get stressed out when I feel lost in a new city. As fun as it can be to get lost at a new place on purpose: Being lost with all your luggage on your way to the hostel or while looking for a place to be, just sucks. This is where I rely on Google Maps. If it needs to be, I just follow its directions, track myself or use it to find public transportation. Some I simply find confusing or it turns out that you should upgrade to some paid content.

These five apps are basically my essentials, especially on trips on my own. Now share with me: I love reading, I always have. Many awesome travel blogger share their posts each Saturday and people read and comment on each others posts. I love the commitment to eachother and the knowledge that spread between eachother. We can probably all agree that this week has been intense with media and especially social media overflowing with articles on the US election — whether it was people mourning or gloating.

I myself was too surprised or shocked this week to keep up reading my blog feed. Nika published a post on her visit to the concentration camp in Dachau and whether it was worth the visit in comparison to Auschwitz, also in regards of how emotional prepared one has to be to do so.

I really loved this post on Amsterdam in the fall, especially her pictures are wonderful and make me want to head there immediately! Daphne from girlswanderlust collected 10 possible jobs that one could do while traveling the world! Cristina shared a sample one week itinerary for Italy , it would be too short for me, but for someone coming to Italy for the first time and with only a week-long vacation it might be great! If you are looking for a winter getaway, you should check this post on winter in Romania.

I always rather dreamed about Christmas in the sun, but I get that people like the fluffy white snow! Stacey shared her adventures in London for one day and Sarah the perfect 16 hours in Bristol! Maybe I really need to do more of those shorter trips! I found this post on what to bring in your hand luggage on a long flight quite helpful!

Marissa shares her first visit there! A poem on being a long-term traveler. I have to admit that I tend to overpack, mostly because I am always worried that I might forget something or that there will be some kind of emergency.

I have shared my USA packing list shortly before my trip, so today I want to review this list — with a bit of distance on what was good to pack and what I could have left at home.

Three months after my last trip, I review my first USA packing list. Turned out that it cost me almost half a day to find a decent one because all the adapters that I could find at first, were for travelers from the US going to Europe, not the other way round. Another thing on this list would be a hoodie, or comfortable clothes in general. Those books get heavy after some time!

In Seattle that was thanks to the missing adapter and sharing a room with people who often slept in. I also never wore that one dress that I brought or the leggings for that matter. And I did walk a lot on that trip. My advice would therefore be: I was positively surprised by the travel towels that I brought.

They pack small, dry fast and were easy to wash when needed. Everything else on my packing list was useful as it was! I brought just enough clothes to last for a week, so that I had to do laundry every seven days. Finish my dissertation The hardest and probably most important item on my bucket list is to finally finish my dissertation thesis.

Practice Yoga at least twice a week Sometimes I wonder what holds me back: Travel more has been a quiet year — travelwise. Be kinder to myself It feels like I have been doing ok in Pagodes by Jono McCleery. Little Calm by Morgan Finlay.

Purchasable with gift card. You Do It To Yourself Another Lost Day The Shape I'm In Tags acoustic canadian country indie singer-songwriter country folk indie singer-songwriter Vancouver. New album 'Little Calm' available May 1st! Shifting Through The Breakers. Everything Will Work Out Right.

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