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Happy Holi. Celebrating Holi in india has been a bucket list item ever since I was a teenager! So today I finally get to play with colours and wish everyone a Happy Holi! It was truly such and amazing party at The Park in Bengaluru. Vivek and I danced so much and wished a lot of people a Happy Holi by colouring them. Happy Holi to you guys too!
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– Home made dal and rice by Neeshtha

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A I am born in former Yugoslavia. Mom is Serbian, Dad is Bosnian. During the ’90’s war we came to the Netherlands and I got Dutch nationality. Have been living in Amsterdam for over 5 years.

Q How can you afford to travel so much?
A I saved for 3 years while working full time and now travel vlogging is my job. I work together with tourism agencies but also do some freelance work on the side. You can watch this video: https://youtu.be/vxfjQO_F1vE and this one: https://youtu.be/dB7plg139wQ to learn more about my story.

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Q (Why) Are you vegetarian?
A I’m vegetarian but not strict. I don’t eat any meat, fish, cooked/boiled or fried eggs. I gradually became a vegetarian over the course of 15 years because I disliked the taste of meat more and more. After doing a yoga teacher training in 2015 I also quit fish and the eggs. No matter my food preferences I have no issues with other people not being vegetarian. I don’t judge others and kind of expect the same favor from others concerning my own food preferences. It makes for a more friendly world πŸ™‚

Q Why do you usually travel alone?
A Because my friends have jobs with limited holidays, kids and partners. Also I really like exploring on my own.

Q Why do you love India so much?
A Watch this video: http://bit.ly/2iyUKkc and this one: https://youtu.be/Sh7E9VisTKQ


The Journey says:

I dont know if I could do it I hate getting dirty lol but it looked like a blast!

Claudia14757 says:

This is so on my freaking bucket list too. I wanna go to India so badly that's why I love watching your vlogs i'm being jealous though that you now even live there I'm from the Netherlands too with a passion for India. Love you <3

Rushabh Patel says:

Ivana did you have bhang?

Rushabh Patel says:

Holi is much much more fun if you have your friends and family with you. If you have a friend circle of 10-15 people it is so much fun.

Hemal Bhatt says:

Happy holiii

Anand Pandey says:

It's very rare to enjoy when you don't kno too many people among so many
Still you did enjoy…I really enjoy watching your this vlog

Vin Martolia says:

holi is about 4 things….gujiya (swt dish), dance, water nd colour. 😎😎

4GH0R1 says:

try to visit vrindavan at holi

chaitanya burange says:

Ha ha ha happy to see that at last you got to celebrate indian holi
Happy belated holi dear. 😍😍😍😘😘😘😘

Rishika Gupta says:

Well u must try holi in North sometime maybe… But please be with ppl u know… Also u looked so damn happy n satisfied
And that dance though πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…

Niel Pres says:

Cheq out Holi events in my country Suriname❀!!!!!!!!!!!South Am.

priya sharma says:

you look so pretty in all those holi colours .. congratulations for your first holi in india….

Ankur Sharma says:

I was at the same party, you missed the rain dance set up in back side of the park, it was awesome party, Happy Holi

belicimogal28 says:

Did u have thandai? Thats an essential part of holi

jaison ramirez says:

and you too sweet ivana lets make this reach to narender modi to make u an brand ambassador of india

jaison ramirez says:

allthe north indians will be on a denial mood after watching this video

Tiger Mason says:

Holi is totally on my bucket list. Must experience this.

shlok gupta says:

Ivana… It didn't looked liked an amazing Holi party ! There are better Holi party than this !
Anyway you enjoyed..that's a cool thing ! Happy Belated Holi !

Shakti Ratan says:

Erg tam vergeleken bij wat ik gewend ben in Suriname. maar geweldig feest!

sonia sonam says:

Who is this guy?

Ritwik Sharan says:

That was so awesome..

jyotirmoy banerjee says:

Intoxic colour won't stain. I wish your life will be fulfilled with so much Colours and you life will be happy and colourful. And that's the reason we play holi.. and yes. You were so colourful and beautiful

Arjun Akodiya says:

Happy holi madam

kaul amy says:

Ivana – please start traveling!

Positive Waves says:

Kala chasma jachda gore mukhre pe that's song suit on you

Rupesh Sinha says:

Hi "Naina" …….☺️

jas cosette says:

I definitely have to experience holi in India, I mean come oooonnn!!!!! 😍😍😍
I mean here in Mexico Holi is really fun coz we also know how to party but it will always be better in the place of origin


well your dream of celebrating Holi became true. but I must say you would have enjoyed Holi more in Northern India.

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