It took me a bit longer than anticipated to write this post, but that's only because it took me a couple of days to get back into my 'normal' way of life. To get back into the habit of working and handle the routine of daily life. The trek was short, only a couple of days, … Continue reading Fjällräven Classic: looking back, moving forward
I am very happy to announce that I'll be out of office for about two weeks to join the Fjällräven Classic! Follow me on Instagram (@gone_roaming_blog) to stay up to date on my adventures.
My departure date for the Fjällräven Classic is approaching rapidly and I've spent the better part of last week packing, unpacking and repacking my bag. It's been I while since I've set off on an adventure by myself and this one feels special somehow. More on this event: Summer hike: Fjällräven Classic, Fjällräven Classic: the hike and … Continue reading Fjällräven Classic: getting ready & packing list
The last stretch of our month-long Norway trip was everything we hoped it would be. We were a bit worried that the last few days would feel rushed because we bought our ferry ticket in advance, but we had a great time. On this road trip we've experienced almost every weather condition, from sunshine to … Continue reading Norway: final part & full itinerary
While hiking the Wales Coast Path I was prepared to be alone. I knew I would be before I left and I was fine with that. I thought of it as something I needed. What I didn't realize was how lonely I would feel. I met so many amazing and kind people that I sometimes … Continue reading Tale from the trail (12): hiking loneliness
This is the third part of our road trip in Norway. So far we had absolutely beautiful nature, kind people and some weird weather. Ranging from sunny and 20°C to snow. Some days were spent in a T-shirt, others in our puffy. Make sure to check out the previous posts as well: Norway: getting started … Continue reading Norway: part 3
Being a social butterfly really paid off during our trip of a lifetime. When you live in a tent and ride a bike with five bags attached, people will always want to chat with you. Although it was a bit weird the first few days, we quickly learned to accept people's curiosity and when you … Continue reading Tale from the trail (11): helping hands
Due to some technical difficulties this post took a bit longer to write than I hoped, but without further ado: here is part two of our road trip through Norway. After a bit of a slow start we settled in to our vanlife routine pretty easily. Every night we would look at where we would … Continue reading Norway: part 2
This is one is not so much a story as it is a funny anecdote. While in Thailand on our trip of a lifetime we cycled from Bangkok to Krabi. Being in a country with such a different culture and language was challenging and has caused a fair deal of misunderstandings. My favorite one is the one … Continue reading Tale from the trail (10): short stay?!
I've been seeing a lot of questions regarding hygiene and more specifically female hygiene on trail. I didn't plan on writing this post, but seeing this is something a lot of women struggle with, I thought I'd share my personal approach. Whether you are planning a thru-hike that will take months, a bikepacking trip of … Continue reading Trekking like a girl: hygiene on trail