Discovering the world, that's my goal
Welcome to Mostly Abroad! My name is Sanne Grieten and I am the founder of this travel blog. Besides my passion for traveling around the world, I like to write. That is why I started Mostly Abroad.
This blog is not only a way to keep my family informed when I experience new impressions, but it is also a way of life. I like to travel and I prefer to do so full-time.
I have been traveling since I was a little one. Since then I have become addicted to the feeling of traveling and I want to make it my profession. Sounds ambitious, right?
I do not only travel to keep a report. I also travel to experience new things, discover new cultures and eat new dishes. Besides this, I share my insights with the world as well.
As a child I traveled by car rather than by plane. After all, it was more convenient and cheaper at that moment. So why should we take the plane from Belgium to southern Italy when we were driving around in Italy eventually? By doing this, we have seen many landscapes...
I think I am a bit lucky that I was born in Europe and not in for example Oceania. I'm not saying this because I think that Oceania is less beautiful and worse compared to Europe. No, on the contrary. If I could, I would travel to this continent every now and then to...
With a few journeys that are planned, my autumn doesn't look as sad as I first thought. My highlight for the autumn? The United States of America! I'm going to visit San Francisco, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Apparently my child's dream seems to come true and I can not...
What I wanted to know before traveling to China
In November last
This trip was a real Bucket List trip. Although I have followed many tips and tricks from other travel bloggers, I can not deny that there were other things I wanted to know before I traveled there. To make it easier for you, I have listed the best China
I have already seen and experienced a lot. Yet these journeys were really the best!
I am currently in Belgium, the country in which I am raised and living my life; known from the Belgian chocolate, beer, and waffles.
Reisbloggen wanneer je niet reist
It’s a very good tactic: you put your old photos into use, you have new content and people are longer on your blog to view the photos, which results in a long time session.
2. Guest blogging
Not only is this good for your blog, but it’s also great for someone else’s. You can promote each other a bit.
3. Reading other blogs
Not only do you have something to spend your time on and an opportunity to communicate by leaving a comment on other blogs, but it also most likely gives you inspiration.
I have taken more than 10,000 from my past travels. Here you have my portfolio.