Hello and welcome to

“if I can do it”

My name is Natalie,

I wanted to start blogging to infect you all with my traveling bug.

You only have one life so make the most of it and do what makes you feel alive.
I want to try and help people who think it’s too expensive to travel, to see what this planet has to offer.
“If I can do it ”
Traveling has made me into a better person. You really don’t need lots and lots of cash to do it. I started travelling when I was 20 years old and I continue to travel now age 33.

North Palau 🇵🇼


“Papua Explorers” in West Papua
View from our pondok window in Raja Ampat


Barracuda dive location in Raja Ampat













I have been to some of the most exotic places on earth and with my own research by scrolling through books and the net, I have put together all my own trips, the cheapest way I know.
I want to build a community of happy, everyday, real travellers. Where we can share our discoveries, share tips, share pictures, videos, affordable and realistic accommodations.
With the words “if I can do it” immerse yourself into my blog…

Sunset in Malaysia 🇱🇷


Hi there! I’m a Hair Stylist and Clinic Co-ordinator by day, aspiring Travel Blogger by night, and this is my website.

I live in Cambridge City, have an inspiring fiance named Ray ☝🏼

I like turquoise colour oceans. (And gettin’ caught in the tropical rain.)



West Papua

I’m a young lady who loves exploring exotic locations. I love to help others  find love for travel.

I’m a beach lover who adores the underwater world no gear needed just one breath hold.

Freedive in the Maldives



Charming boutique hotel

Olu Deniz, Turkey’s turquoise beach life. Located on the south western coast of Turkey. Flights to Dalaman Airport are frequent during the summer months and the transfer time is roughly an hour. The main focus of Olu Deniz is its amazing natural beauty. The famous blue lagoon, a long sandy beach, magnificent green mountains and …

“10 Reasons why you’ll want to visit the Philippines”

A South America vibe in Asia Forget about temples! Forget about tuk-tuks! The Philippines has its authentic, abundance of islands not yet fallen  victim to foreign investors. People are Roman Catholic and the local form of transport is a Jeepney. The Philippines is a former Spanish colony, just like a big part of South America. …


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