Disneyland Guide for the Ordinary Traveler

Wanderlust Wonderland brings you: a travel guide for ordinary travelers, with must-sees, tips and tricks and the most delicious food, for ordinary travelers, like you and me. Two weeks ago I shared a travel guide to Paris, but what is Paris without a visit to Disneyland? You could easily take a trainride from the city […]

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The Tiny Traveling Bookworm

This traveling bookworm post is a little different than you’re used to, because it is not linked to a city/country, but an age group. Normally, whenever I’m planning a trip I look for authors from the area I’m visiting, but today’s post will cover children books about traveling. Earlier I wrote Books for the stuck-at-home […]

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Paris guide for the ordinary traveler

Wanderlust Wonderland brings you: a travel guide for ordinary travelers, with must-sees, tips and tricks and the most delicious food, for ordinary travelers, like you and me. Paris, city of love, I realized I hadn’t written a travel guide for the city yet. I’ve been there a couple of times and I have a kind […]

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Guestpost: The do’s and don’ts of Wildlife Tourism

You probably have seen pictures of travellers taking selfies with tigers, swimming with dolphins or other animal related activities that seem super cool, but are actually awful extortions and abuse of the animals that are involved. We all know what kind of activities are too cruel (like bears ‘dancing’ or people standing on top of […]

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Exploring Twente: The city of Ootmarsum

When we stayed in our Star Cubicle last weekend, of course we also explored the area a bit. We were in Twente, a region in the north-eastern part of The Netherlands. Not that far away, but I hadn’t been there before. We had explored the rural area for a bit on Saturday and today it […]

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Exploring Twente and following kingfishers

When we stayed in our Star Cubicle last weekend, of course we also explored the area a bit. We were in Twente, a region in the eastern part of The Netherlands. Not that far away, but I hadn’t been there before. Time to explore!

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Unplugging in Twente

For a romantic getaway, we had booked a Star Cubicle in Twente. A tiny house (and I mean really, really tiny) with a glass dome on the roof so you could watch the stars from your bed. It seemed like a lovely way to unplug for a bit, and escape the daily realities.

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New: The traveling Bookclub

I’ve got some exciting news for you! As you might have picked up by now, I love books almost as much as I love traveling. That means I really enjoy reading, but also that I love talking about books. I have been in a few bookclubs but had to cancel them when I moved to […]

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Guestpost: Living and Studying abroad for a month

We all know what good things traveling can bring us. It broadens our horizons, lets us meet new people and educates us a bit about another part of the world. But then, can you really learn a lot by just visiting a place for a few days? My best friend Ellen took a gap year […]

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