Would you rather… travel edition (March 2018)

I think personal posts are a great way for you to get to know me. But I often don’t know that much about you. That’s why I am doing a ‘Would you rather’ series. I ask questions and answer them, and you can answer them in the comments too. Let’s do this!

1.Would you rather stay in a palm hut along the seashore for seven days or stay in a log cabin in the woods for one month?

I think I will go to the log cabin for a month. I’d take my camera with me and enjoy a month of dedication to wildlife, landscape, and macro photography. Nothing more relaxing than a daily hike with loads of things to see.

At night I would just make a warm and cozy fire in the cabin. Perfect conditions for editing the photos I made that day. Now I really want to do this!

2. Would you rather move every six months (including internationally) or live in the same place your entire life?

This is a really tricky one. I love moving around exploring new places in depth. Staying somewhere for six months is perfect to get to know a place without getting too bored.

But in a way, I also like to have my safe place to go back to. Not having that any more might be difficult for me. A difficult question, but I think I will go for moving every six months. Traveling the world slowly is perfect for me!

3. Would you rather have an awesome job in a mediocre city or a mediocre job in an awesome city?

I think I’d go for the mediocre job in an awesome city. Having fun at work is important, and at a mediocre job, it’s still possible. For me, it’s more about having fun colleagues, and not about doing a job where you receive prizes and awards. A bit of a weird thing to say as a fulltime blogger and photographer that works alone.

A city that is awesome is, well, awesome. After work, you can enjoy the city, explore it, live it. I think there is so much more to life than work, even if it’s such a big part of your day.

While writing this, I am thinking of Toronto. I don’t know why I think it’s such a perfect city. I’ve only been there once a long time ago. Must’ve been more impressive than I thought!

Let me know your answers to these questions in the comments below!