If you have ever been on a flight to another continent (or maybe even within your continent, depending on where you’re from), you’ve probaby dealt with it: a jetlag. You enter a completely different timezone and have trouble adapting to the different eating and sleeping schedule resulting in you feeling exhausted for a couple of days. Sounds familiar?
Not for me though. I’ve been to Malaysia and Japan, both take more than 12 hours to travel to for me, and I did not have a jetlag. Not after arriving or after returning home. How is that possible? I’ll explain!
These are my simple tips to not having a jetlag.
Here we go, we’re on the plane to Japan. We’ve got a very long flight to go but we know it’ll definitely be worth it. We’re totally looking forward to seeing a new country, a new culture. The journey together actually started yesterday, when my sister came over to sleep at my place so that […]
This is already my final day in Malaysia. Time has gome by so fast. I’m sad to leave this country, but I’m mostly happy I got to experience all of this.
To make the most of the final few hours I had left, I decided to go to the national museum, right next to my hotel. I only had time to see one of the exhibitions they had. It was about the history of Malaysia.
At half past two I got on the train to the airport in order to get back home again.
Today is the day, I’m finally leaving for Malaysia! It’s my first time traveling outside of Europe and my first time traveling solo. Sometimes I think to myself, Kyra, what have you gotten yourself into?, but then I think about how amazing the trip is going to be and how it’s all going to be worth it. Want to know what the first day was like? Keep on reading!