Drifter Planet – More Than Just a Travel Blog
Hello, I’m Sonal, a travel addict, a mama, and a Yoga teacher from India. As an Asian living in Germany, I present to you my unique perspective on traveling in Europe.
I started my travel blog in 2015 as a hobby, but it has evolved over the years because my travel style has changed. I started my travel journey with South East Asia but now it is mostly within Europe.
Based on the how often I travel, I enjoy writing ridiculously helpful guides & itineraries about Europe’s most iconic cities – Amsterdam, Prague, Istanbul, Hamburg, Porto, Lisbon, Brussels, etc, with a focus on fun, adventure, viewpoints, epic food, and unique things to do.
So What’s my Travel Style?
I like to be comfortable when I travel, find places with good views (rooms, cafes, bars – you name it), never miss a good sunset spot, enjoy local food to the fullest, and include a bit of adventure in my travels. Does your travel style match mine? Stay on!
I usually travel solo a few times a year using public transportation. But, I also often travel with family on a camper van, so expect to read interesting itineraries, tips, and road trip routes with information about natural wonders.
Yes, I enjoy city breaks but also camping in nature near clear water lakes, waterfalls, beaches, and National Parks. I also enjoy trips with friends – they are so different than family travel or solo travel.
Not sure where to start? Click the below button for some ideas.
Here are three of my newest travel posts that I have recently published on my website. To see more from this list, click on the “All Blog Posts” button that’s right under those three posts.
Destination Highlight – Portugal
Each month, I highlight a new destination on my blog and showcase travel blog posts for just that specific region.
The highlight for this month is Portugal because it is a perfect spring – early summer destination. Read my Portugal travel blog posts and plan your dream trip to see the beaches, caves, rock formations, mountains, historical cities and breathtaking river valleys with vineyards.