PM2AM Trip – Baltic Sea cruise stop 2: Helsinki

On March/April 2018 we joined a cruise journey organized by PM2AM student trips, an organisation that arranges different trips for young adults (until the age of 35). The cruise we went on is epic. The route started in Stockholm and took us further by cruise ship towards Helsinki, Saint Petersburg and Tallinn over the span of 4 nights. A new country every time you wake up! In this series of four blogs I will tell you how we experienced each city. second stop: Helsinki, Finland!

If you remember in our last blog about Stockholm, we took our cruise ship towards Turku. The departure from Stockholm was at 19:30 PM. The night would not be long, since breakfast was served from 6:00 AM, because the check-out off the cruise was at 7:00 AM. Early morning it is! After boarding off the cruise (we would hop into another cruise ship for the remainder of the journey) we put our stuff in the bus. We have arrived in Finland but in Turku.

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PM2AM Trip – Baltic Sea cruise stop 1: Stockholm

On March/April 2018 we joined a cruise journey organized by PM2AM student trips, an organisation that arranges different trips for young adults (until the age of 35). The cruise we went on is epic. The route started in Stockholm and took us further by cruise ship towards Helsinki, Saint Petersburg and Tallinn over the span of 4 nights. A new country every time you wake up! In this series of four blogs I will tell you how we experienced each city. First stop: Stockholm, Sweden!

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New freelance blog posted: How To Be A Freelance Blogger Besides A 9 To 5

My latest blog post got added by the Writers.agency. In this blog I write about how to be a freelance blogger besides having a full-time job and a masters studies.

Read all about How to Be a Freelance Blogger Besides A 9 To 5 now!

La Tomatina: Food Fight Guideline

Thinking of a cool summer trip? Think no further and visit La Tomatina, the biggest food fight of the world! This blog will give you some insights on the festival and describe the way I experienced it in the summer of 2017. There are a lot of pros and cons regarding this traditional festivity, but I will not mingle onto that topic. Let me take you on a journey to describe how it feels to smell like tomatoes for a week! Be sure to check this one off your bucket list!

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Winning feels good!

The official announcement from Track that Travel was made today, declaring me winner of the ‘5 Ways Travel Changed My Life’ contest! Some great exposure for Uncensoredtravel :-)!

And the winner is(drum roll)…. . So last week, we had a blogging contest "5 Ways Travel Changed My Life" where the winner would get $100 and have his story turned into a video. 💲➕🎥 . Now, we're happy to announce that @roburwt is our winner! You can check out his blog on trackthattravel.com as "Uncensoredtravel." . Congratulations!🎆🎉🎊🎈 . We did have a hard time deciding so we'd also like to comment those who joined the contest. Don't worry, there's plenty more to come! . But anyways, let's watch this guys and see how travel changed Robert Dolmans' life. . . . . . #TrackThatTravel #Travelblogger #TravelChangedMe #TravelMotivation #TravelGram #Travelinspiration #Travelbug #Instatravel #Instagood #Passionpassport #discoverearth #discoverglobe #earthfocus #coupletravel #couplegoals #travelgoals #wanderfuldestinations #wanderlust #igerseurope #whytravel #livefolk #createcommune #bloggingcontest #travelstories #travelchangedmylife #5waystravelchangedmylife

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Winning $100 and get my story turned into a video, how cool is that?

Read my winning blog HERE

Short guideline: Chittagong War Cemetery

Being into World War II and respecting the history of the horrible events happened during that period of time, visiting memorials that remember of that time always interest and touch me. The Chittagong War Cemetery (also known as the Chittagong Commonwealth War Cemetery) is a cemetery for fallen soldiers during World War II from the Commonwealth countries and was my first visit to a cemetery outside of Europe and the memorials in the US. It is not as big as the American Cemetery that is in my backyard in Margraten, but that does not make it impressive as well.

The cemetery was created by the British to honor soldiers of the Commonwealth countries who fought against Japan. Most of the graves are British nationalities.

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First contest victory for Uncensored Travel!

After participating in the “5 Ways Travel Changed My Life” of Track that Travel last week, I woke up this morning with the following message on my Instagram:

Oh yes, we just won our first blogging contest!!!!

Missed the article? Read it HERE!

New blog: 5 Ways Travelling Helped Me To Become A Better Person

  1. Our latest blog about 5 Ways that travelling helped me to become a better person just got published at Track that Travel!

Read it now HERE!

2017 Recap: Uncensored Travels top 5 visits

2018, a new year equals new adventures and new plans for traveling to neat destinations throughout the world! I am not really a calendar looking guy, but it is cool to reflect on all the awesome places me and Sam visited in 2017. Which are the top 5 hotspots we enjoyed the most? Check it out below! In 2017 we visited 12 countries in total. From a bad ass trip through western Europe to the great walls of China. These 5 hotspots are our favorites and tips for you to visit in 2018 (in no particular order)! Spoiler picture 🙂 :

#simatai #greatwallofchina #beijing

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Cox’s Bazar to St. Martin’s: Longest see beach in the world and the most southern point of Bangladesh

Cox’s Bazar, the longest sea beach in the world. That is quite a statement is it not? But, it is a true one! The sea beach of Cox’s Bazar is long, an astonishing 155 kilometres long! And all those kilometres are unbroken, so 155 kilometres of sand, rocks and sea. Cox’s Bazar is one of the most visited touristic places in Bangladesh.

On the other hand we have St. Martin’s, the most southern point of Bangladesh. St. Martin’s is a small Island (only 8 square kilometres!) about 9 kilometres from the peninsula of Cox’s Bazar – Teknaf. It is also near the Myanmar border, located in the bay of Bengal. The Island is famous for being the only coral island of Bangladesh.

In this blog I will take you on a tour of our 3 nights stay at Cox’s Bazar, including a day trip to St. Martin’s.

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