Brasov, Romania Transylvania is know for Dracula. Thanks to Bram Stoker the Author of Dracula the region around Brasov had a big boom and tourists from all around the world wanted to see the Castle of Dracula. The castles of Transylvania are all about 40 minutes to one hour away from Brasov. Easy accessible by… Read more »
I am 22-year-old and lived in four countries so far, moved five times within the last four years and will certainly live for more than 5 months in two different countries this year. With all these impressions and souvenirs, which I carry around in my bag or in my mind there is one thing, which… Read more »
I live in the most beautiful place in the world. I truly believe that! Still I live in a country that is very far away from it all and just can’t give you all the amenities that you are used to and may want. If you decide to live in New Zealand, you have to… Read more »
While in Istanbul make sure that you visit one of the cafes where you can smoke a hookah and enjoy some nice Turkish apple çay! Many Turkish men meet during midday in one of the cafes where they exchange the latest news while they enjoy their hookah also called Nargile and some nice hot çay… Read more »
In October I tried to peak the highest mountain of the Balkans. Unfortunately, we didn’t had the right gear and enough time to make it but we made it to 2600 meters. Also check out the video of our hike! Read more »
2011 has been a crazy year. Looking back it felt like an unpredictable roller coaster ride with a lot of traveling and personal knockdowns. Nevertheless, overall it has been a good year with many new miles on my different frequent flyer accounts. I travelled about 122.089 miles (196.484 km) around the world in 2011, this is nearly… Read more »
How often do you take a shower? Daily? One should think, that you are clean and fresh afterwards, don’t you? Well, after you had been on a visit in the Turkish Hamam in Istanbul you better overthink this statement. I blushed when I saw what the Lady had rubbed of my skin. The Hamam is… Read more »
It has been a crazy travel year. I’ve visited many, many countries in the last twelve months and I’m very grateful that I had the chance to do this. And I’m very thankful for you, as a follower and reader, who always came back to read the latest news about a destination or a product/service.… Read more »
Sitting on the train from A to B, Aarhus to Berlin, confronts me again with those rough Germans! First German stop is Flensburg and this is where the complaining starts: “Couldn’t you put your bag somewhere else?”, “I don’t want to sit here!” and “Oh god, this is gonna take forever” were only few of… Read more »
I live among Kiwi’s. No, I am not a homeless person living on an orchard. I am not talking about the fruit or the flightless bird! A “Kiwi” is what a New Zealander calls himself. Now it mind sound a bit odd that there is a nation that refers to themselves as a small green… Read more »
“Aren’t you homesick?” people ask me all the time. I usually answer with a grin: “Why live in Germany if you can live in the most beautiful place in the world?” OK, that might sound a little corny, but it is true somehow. Well, set aside that my counter-question did not answer their real question.… Read more »
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