Soul traveller

and digital Nomad 

My name is Nursel Arslan and I am a soul traveller on the journey of my life. Calling many worlds home, such as places and states of dreaming & being. After finding the courage to do the journey of my dreams I will share with you how I prepared for it and what I learned about myself and the world. Come with me on my inner journey of self-discovery!

Welcome To Another Blog

by Nursel

Anytime is a good time for anything in life.
As with everything I know I wouldn’t start if I wait for the page to be perfect.
Let me know if you enjoy the posts.

Thank you!

Travelling, Tips &

other Things

 

I decided to create my own blog hoping that you will find the information shared here useful. You will find travel, tech and general life advice but there will also other stuff I will share. I hope you enjoy this page.

Nursel

countries visited in total

days dived in total

co-working spaces visited

Guide for WordPress & Plugins & DIVI

This is a guide for installing WordPress, Plugins recommendations and the DIVI theme & builder. A guide to making your WordPress as safe as possible and create a beautiful layout either from premade DIVI layouts or to create your own layout. (Please note: there is...

Travel essentials will make or break your journey

Having cash and important documents is all that matters while travelling. I once didn't check if I have all the travel essentials and it could have gone really wrong. Last years I had just arrived in Siem Reap and had to fill out a visa application. Sadly, I didn't...

Deceleration

It has been a while since I posted. I have been living the last 3 weeks as if I am racing against time. After 3 weeks on Koh Lanta, I suddenly felt as if I'm running out of time and found myself spending not more than 4 nights at each place. I hopped to Langkawi,...

Gratitude Exercise

Before I started my travels I considered many possible scenarios that might appear: that I might feel lonely and homesick, miss my family and friends, that I might get stressed about things even if they are tiny, that I might not achieve my goal of letting go and...

Wireless speaker on the go

I am a big Libratone fan. I had the Libratone Zipp Mini at home, which I loved but it was with it's the weight of 1.5 Kg to heavy. I choose to travel with the Libratone Too which I find with it's 599 Gramm still too heavy but compared to all the other speakers it has...

Sim Cards

Sim Cards with data are cheap. You can go either to one of the mobil carrier shops at the Bangkok Airport or to any Seven Eleven Shop (Mini Supermarket) or to an Mobile Carrier shop (Treu, DTAC. AIS) and get one there. IMPORTANT: You need to show them your passport to...

Bangkok by Cab/Taxi or Bike with Driver

The asian equivalent to Uber is Grab. And Grab doesn’t only let you order a cab/taxi. You can also order a bike (and yes there is a driver with this bike), you just hop on the back. It costs from Ratchathewi shopping malls district to Khaosan Road 35 Baht, a Grab...

Bangkok by boat

Another option that is totally worth checking out is the boats that run in the canals. Fares depend on the length on your journey (I paid 9.50 Baht from the Ratchathewi district with all the shopping malls to stop Phanfa Bridge which is a 10 min walk from Khaosan...

Bus from Bangkok Airport

You can get for 60 baht in the air-conditioned S1 bus from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) to the old quarter, backpacker hub Khaosan Road and the Sanam Luang royal field, it takes 45-60 minutes to get there. Once you exit from the baggage claim hall into the arrivals hall...

Choosing a backpack

It is totally up to you what your body is worth to you. For me, it was very important to buy a backpack that feels good to carry even with 15 Kilos on my back since I have back problems. 15 kilos are easily achieved with technical equipment such as laptop, hard...

Choosing a backpack

It is totally up to you what your body is worth to you. For me, it was very important to buy a backpack that feels good to carry even with 15 Kilos on my back since I have back problems. 15 kilos are easily achieved with technical equipment such as laptop, hard...

Bus from Bangkok Airport

You can get for 60 baht in the air-conditioned S1 bus from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) to the old quarter, backpacker hub Khaosan Road and the Sanam Luang royal field, it takes 45-60 minutes to get there. Once you exit from the baggage claim hall into the arrivals hall...

Bangkok by boat

Another option that is totally worth checking out is the boats that run in the canals. Fares depend on the length on your journey (I paid 9.50 Baht from the Ratchathewi district with all the shopping malls to stop Phanfa Bridge which is a 10 min walk from Khaosan...

Bangkok by Cab/Taxi or Bike with Driver

The asian equivalent to Uber is Grab. And Grab doesn’t only let you order a cab/taxi. You can also order a bike (and yes there is a driver with this bike), you just hop on the back. It costs from Ratchathewi shopping malls district to Khaosan Road 35 Baht, a Grab...

Sim Cards

Sim Cards with data are cheap. You can go either to one of the mobil carrier shops at the Bangkok Airport or to any Seven Eleven Shop (Mini Supermarket) or to an Mobile Carrier shop (Treu, DTAC. AIS) and get one there. IMPORTANT: You need to show them your passport to...

Wireless speaker on the go

I am a big Libratone fan. I had the Libratone Zipp Mini at home, which I loved but it was with it's the weight of 1.5 Kg to heavy. I choose to travel with the Libratone Too which I find with it's 599 Gramm still too heavy but compared to all the other speakers it has...

Gratitude Exercise

Before I started my travels I considered many possible scenarios that might appear: that I might feel lonely and homesick, miss my family and friends, that I might get stressed about things even if they are tiny, that I might not achieve my goal of letting go and...

Deceleration

It has been a while since I posted. I have been living the last 3 weeks as if I am racing against time. After 3 weeks on Koh Lanta, I suddenly felt as if I'm running out of time and found myself spending not more than 4 nights at each place. I hopped to Langkawi,...

Travel essentials will make or break your journey

Having cash and important documents is all that matters while travelling. I once didn't check if I have all the travel essentials and it could have gone really wrong. Last years I had just arrived in Siem Reap and had to fill out a visa application. Sadly, I didn't...

Guide for WordPress & Plugins & DIVI

This is a guide for installing WordPress, Plugins recommendations and the DIVI theme & builder. A guide to making your WordPress as safe as possible and create a beautiful layout either from premade DIVI layouts or to create your own layout. (Please note: there is...
Deceleration

Deceleration

It has been a while since I posted. I have been living the last 3 weeks as if I am racing against time. After 3 weeks on Koh...

read more
Gratitude Exercise

Gratitude Exercise

Before I started my travels I considered many possible scenarios that might appear: that I might feel lonely and homesick, miss...

read more
Sim Cards

Sim Cards

Sim Cards with data are cheap. You can go either to one of the mobil carrier shops at the Bangkok Airport or to any Seven Eleven...

read more
Bangkok by boat

Bangkok by boat

Another option that is totally worth checking out is the boats that run in the canals. Fares depend on the length on your...

read more
Bus from Bangkok Airport

Bus from Bangkok Airport

You can get for 60 baht in the air-conditioned S1 bus from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) to the old quarter, backpacker hub Khaosan...

read more
Choosing a backpack

Choosing a backpack

It is totally up to you what your body is worth to you. For me, it was very important to buy a backpack that feels good to carry...

read more

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