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Travelling down the east coast of Australia – part I

Trip down memory lane; travelling down the east coast of Australia. Last year, when travelling was still allowed and possible, I have spent 6 months in Australia. I was here for my internship for my bachelor. The internship itself was four months, which means I spend another 8 weeks travelling! I decided to spend these weeks travelling down the east coast, a popular choice for …

Thrilling white water rafting on the Nile in Uganda

The waters of the Nile flow from Lake Victoria at Jinja, Uganda. Before its 6700-kilometre journey to the Mediterranean Sea in Egypt. Several whitewater raft guides are operating near the town of Jinja that offers day trips. Down a 20 kilometre stretch of the White Nile River through eight world-class rapids. These rapids are in the classes V, IV, III and II. By a few …

A tropical adventure close by home in Norway

Stuck at home means no adventure?! Covid-19 has been affecting us for several months now. With strict lockdowns in the first weeks, or even months. Almost everybody was working from home and students followed classes online. In the last weeks, restrictions have been lowered slowly. Some countries are allowed to visit for holiday this summer. But many countries, including Norway, advised staying home for the …