I am a 26 year old male from The Netherlands. I have travelled through Europe with my parents until I was 16 and from then on mostly on my own.
I have lived in Cape Town, South Africa, for 6 months. From that moment on I started traveling (backpacking). I have been to Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Argentina, Bolivia and Peru in the last 4 years.
Two weeks only... That's a bit short! I'll focus on South Africa mostly as I have been there... Anyway, here we go. So, you want to go to Okavango Delta. Since that is on top of your list, we'll do that last. Fly out to Cape Town.... See More
It depends completely on your travel plan. If you are going to do a round trip through Europe, I would say Charles de Gaule as it is centrally located and you can easily get there by bus, train or plane. Secondly, it might also depend on the price of the ticket? Flying... See More
Hi Amy, I went to Berlin twice for New Years Eve. First time we found a decent apartment on this website: http://www.oh-berlin.com , the 2nd time through www.airbnb.com . We were a group of 4 to 5 people so we needed another type of accommodation than what you are looking... See More
I wouldn't consider myself a typical backpacker, but more a traveler who likes to be flexible in terms of where to go and when and who stays in hostels to meet up with people from around the world. I don't think you will meet new people in a hotel as easy as you... See More
Ouf, difficult question. I can only speak for Barcelona, Brussels and Amsterdam. Either way, I wouldn't recommend Brussels. I have been there twice now and either I haven't been able to find interesting places or they just don't exist there ;). So, two to... See More
I try to do something new or adventurous on every trip I make. It started in Cape Town where I went skydiving at Skydive Cape Town and I went kloofing in Hottentots-Holland Nature Reserve which was pretty awesome... See More