Your passport gone is? What do you do now?
Along with your credit card, this document is pretty much the most important thing in your backpack. Just don’t panic. It happens to a lot of travelers and nobody has died because of it, yet.
So, what to do when your passport is stolen?
Rule number one is
Note: This is a letter I wrote back in 2015, dedicated to my back then lover. It describes my feelings I had at the time relating to travelling and love.
I wasn’t sure if I shall publish it or not. I decided to do so and I hope it will give you some answers you may be looking for.
The price you pay
Chased by the motorbike gang in Poipet
This is the fourth and last part of my story, if you have missed the other first three parts, you can check out the
first part here,
the second part here,
and the third part here.
The moment I jumped on that motorbike taxi, all of a sudden three more motorbik
The moment I received the phone call
This is the third part of my story, if you have missed the other first two parts, you can check out the
first part here,
and the second part here.
The moment Fifi’s phone rings, she passes it over to me. “It’s for you!”
It’s Rhynn. “Tina, I don’t know how this
The moment I got into the car and our eyes met in the rear mirror
This is the second part of my story, if you have missed the first part, you can check it out here.
So, Rynn took me to the local bus station and introduced me to her friend ‘Fifi’.
Fifi barely spoke English, so there was not much
As a solo female traveller it can be quiet tough at times to travel the world... Especially when you are young and inexperienced and think most people in the world are good people...
About 8 years ago I started my first solo trip as a women to the other side of the world and ever since, traveling b