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Less than two more months and we will be done with all the exams.


(Feels so good using that word.)

Because for us students that means :

Freedom. Enjoying the summer (without having too worry about a presentation). Going to the beach. Relaxing. Travelling.

That last keyword leads me to today’s topic of CAMPING (of course that was totally accidental…).


For my part I can say that I’ve never been camping before. Don’t ask me why. I don’t know.

Of course, I’ve already slept in a tent. But not for more than two days in a row…It’s probably not just my thing. I need a real bed and enough space for all the stuff I’m taking with me when I’m travelling.

(Believe me, I always have to unpack before a flight because the scale’s hitting above the 20kg limit).

But there’s some hope that I finally will be going camping thanks to Stephanie Bellanger, Amaury Watine, François Gustin & David Dethoor:

Working as product designers, they created the mobile mini house.

That might sound like a playhouse for kids that can be taken on the road but that absolutely wouldn’t cover the sheer magnitude of their invention.

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According to, the number of people choosing to travel alone has increased astoundingly in the last ten years.

But what exactly is it that makes so many people decide to travel on their own?

It’s the allurement of the unknown, the independence, the simple freedom of not having to care for fellow travellers.

Travel agents, hotels and other companies throughout the travel and tourism industry are recognising that there’s money to be made by offering exciting destinations to solo travellers at prices that are decent. It’s the travellers that stipulate the new developments in the market.

It’s not too surprising. We live alone, we work alone, why not travel alone? (Source)

The best alternatives of expensive hotels are couchsurfing or hostels which offer affordable rooms with breakfast.

If you don’t fancy boring hostels I can highly recommend the Sand Hotel in England, the Ice Hotel in Sweden or The Tsala Treetop Lodge in South Africa!!!

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