Anjci All Over | Travel Blog

What not to say to a travel addict

  • on Sunday, March 19th, 2017

Over the years, I have grown used to hearing the same recurring feedback on my travels. Ranging from positive to relatively dismissive, it has made me notice that people from...

Anjci All Over | Embracing travel at Mirador Los Torres, Torres del Paine, Chile

How I travel a lot while (despite?) working full-time

  • on Sunday, February 19th, 2017

Fairly often during my travels, I run into travellers on – how shall I put it – a somewhat different time frame. They are the travellers on their long-term trips,...

2017 travel plan and resolutions: Let the globe-trotting continue

  • on Saturday, January 14th, 2017

Happy New Year to everyone! Just two days ago I returned from a very busy 16 days in New Zealand. The journey took me from Auckland to lakeside Taupo, Tongariro...

2016 Newsletter

  • on Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

‎ It has certainly been an eventful year. Between waking up in Colombia on 1 January and getting ready to depart to New Zealand as we speak – where I...

2016: Year in Pictures

  • on Monday, December 19th, 2016

One aspect of my life in which 2016 absolutely excelled was travel. Travel-wise, 2016 was one of the best years of my life. In January, I was lucky to go...

Anjci All Over | Bolivian adventures

Bolivian adventures: From Tupiza to Uyuni in 4 days

  • on Friday, November 18th, 2016

In the morning of my departure, I walked into La Torre Hotel’s breakfast room with certain uneasiness. Three of the people in the room would be my travel companions for...

Anjci All Over | Bolivian adventures

Bolivian adventures: Potosí and Tupiza

  • on Friday, November 4th, 2016

One of the world’s highest cities, Potosí is best known for its mining riches. At its peak in the 16th century, the city produced 60 percent of all silver in...

Anjci All Over | Bolivian adventures

Bolivian adventures: La Paz, Titicaca and Sucre

  • on Friday, October 14th, 2016

The first night after my return to London was strange. I kept waking up, wondering where I was and getting scared – before inevitably understanding that I was at home....

Anjci All Over | In Search of Peace in Oman

In search of peace in Oman: Sur to Muscat

  • on Friday, August 19th, 2016

(Continued from “IN SEARCH OF PEACE IN OMAN: MUSCAT TO NIZWA“) With the majority of locals owning cars, intercity transport in Oman is not exactly well developed. Buses connect only...



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