When life calls for it, you sometimes feel like you need a change. But sometimes that change requires more than a new zip code, a new job, or a new social circle. Sanne Sevig needed that kind of change and she chose the Philippines as her new home.
Sanne was 25 when she studied in the University of Skövde, Sweden while working as a project manager at a Stockholm clothing company and while also running her own company and lecturing all over the country. You can just imagine how busy and stressful her life used to be!
"I had too many things going on at once and was never satisfied," Sanne says.
After living the same stressful life for years, Sanne started showing signs of fatigue. She couldn’t tolerate being alone in silence and she had trouble sleeping at night.
“I was smoking at the time and I couldn’t even go out for a cigarette and be quiet during the two minutes it takes. I had a panic attack. It was so quiet and I felt like shit. Then came the feeling that I couldn’t live like this anymore.”
Back in Sweden, Sanne couldn't stand being alone in the silence, and she had trouble sleeping.
In 2012, Sanne fainted in her car and drove off the road. She was lucky that she wasn’t injured during the accident. The very next day, she decided to quit her job and decided to move abroad as she asked her Facebook friends for suggestions.
A friend she backpacked with several years earlier mentioned that she had moved to Manila and that she stayed there for free. Sanne then made up her mind and four weeks later, she landed in Manila.
Sanne immediately fell in love with the Philippines so she decided to sell everything she owned to start her new life in her new home. She’s been staying in the Philippines for four years and, from her income, she put up a hostel in the island of Siargao.
Sanne moved to Siargao Island, Philippines and it has been the complete opposite of her stressful life in Sweden.
"When I came here, I was riding in a car from the airport, and had my nose pressed against the window and thought oh well, now I’ve found my home. I had not even had a single day on the job."
Her life in the Philippines is the total opposite of her life in Sweden. She’s now enjoying a peaceful, worry-free life!
20 Stunning Images That Will Make You Want Travel to Nicaragua
Considered one of the safest countries in Latin America, Nicaragua also offers a lot of scenic spots for travelers to love.
Many backpackers seem to pass through Nicaragua quickly. A few days are spent at San Juan del Sur surfing by day and inhaling Flor de Caña by night, followed by a few days recovering by taking in the colours of Leon and Granada and possibly a pass over Ometepe to climb one of its two magnificent volcanoes.
But if you give it time, there is so much more to stoke your curiosity, particularly for the more outdoor-inclined traveller.
Nicaragua is the safest country in Central America and certainly one of the cheapest. We spent 3 months bouncing around and hope we went a little further than just the normal gringo trail.
BMW’s New Concept Motorcycle Is A Smart Ride You Won’t Need a Helmet For
This new motorbike will have enough on-board intelligence to cut the motorcycle death rate in half.
Motorcycles have been maligned for being unsafe two-wheeled death traps. Motorcyclists account for half of the world’s road traffic deaths due to fatal crashes and other accidents.
Still, that hasn’t stopped people from driving motorcycles that just happen to be faster, thrilling, and more economical compared to cars.
Luckily, BMW has its finger on this portion of the motorbike-riding demographic. The German luxury car brand is working on an artificially intelligent road bike that is so smart people won’t need to use a helmet - or any protective gear at all.
16 Beautiful Hidden Villages from Around the World
Some people say they just want to get away from it all, but these villages made it their lifestyle.
Living in a busy city does have its perks - there are always shops nearby, you'll never run out of people to talk to, and you can choose from a multitude of jobs. But the thing is, living in a big city can be exhausting. So if you want to just get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, these tiny hidden villages might just be the place for you.
#1. Aogashima, Philippine Sea
The settlement of Aogashima live in the middle of a volcanic crater. But don't worry, the last time the Class-C volcano erupted was in the 1780s.
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