Hi I’m Isabel!
currently a full-time undergraduate a full-fledged graduate from Singapore with my head (perpetually) in the clouds.
I created Bel Around The World so you can learn how to:
1. Survive an overseas student exchange experience.
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2. Learn about the student travel perks (while you still are one).
3. Travel for less.
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4. Take the bold step into more meaningful travel.
5. Search for specific destination travel tips.
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What’s this blog for?
I wanted to use this platform to share my travel adventures, the travel tips that I’ve learned through being on the road, and provide destination-specific information to millenial and student travellers who seek to travel on a budget.
Since then, this blog is devoted fully to the discovery of a world outside what you limit yourself to.
I was on an international exchange in Europe from January to June 2015, and that was the impetus which led me to set up this blog.
During my travels, I had to peruse different websites in search of my next travel idea while researching about a country’s cultures and routes, and it wasn’t an easy task. I always wished there was someone experienced, honest and reliable who could tell me things I wish I knew before stepping foot into a foreign land.
So with this blog, I hope to be that person, to provide you the opportunity to step into my shoes and walk around in it.
I am always happy to hear from you. Say hello!
There are times to stay put, and what you want will come to you.
And there are times to go out into the world and find such a thing for yourself.
– Lemony Snicket