• Petite Traveler

    Bangkok – Expectations vs. Reality

    Hello, my lovely petites! It took me a while to find the words to describe my petite traveler adventures in Thailand, so this is the first article of a series because there is a lot to recount. When you say Bangkok, you probably picture glorious skyscrapers, green parks, fascinating temples, friendly people and the world’s best food. At least, this is what I thought about it. I’ll be honest: Bangkok is nothing like I’ve imagined. Thailand was on our travel list for a long, long time. Actually, when we started freelancing in the summer of 2019, we were sure we wanted to move to Thailand for at least three months.…

  • Petite Traveler

    Our Adventure In Tenerife

    Hola my Petites! Since our adventure in Tenerife has ended for the moment, I wanted to share with you this fabulous experience. At the beginning of 2019, we (me and Alex) didn’t know how many things were about to happen and change our lives. And here we are, at the end of the year and of a decade, grateful for one of the most fascinating experiences of our lives – our 2.5 months adventure in Tenerife. How it all started? With a failed attempt to go to Thailand for more than 15 days (we didn’t give up this idea, either). Our desire was to make the most of our new…

  • Petite Lifestyle Traveler
    Petite Traveler

    Petite Traveler Problems and How to Solve Them

    How many times have you felt insecure and overwhelmed while traveling, because of your short height? I tell you from my own experience that sometimes traveling as a petite was a burden, from finding the right backpack to carrying the heavy luggage and manipulating the baggage into the overhead space. Planes are not designed for people our size. Of course, there are also many advantages petite persons have while traveling, for example, you don’t have to worry about leg space, unlike tall persons, you can easily fit into your chair and you can even enjoy a nap during the flight which is great for me as a petite – I…