There are many great ways how to travel in Germany. One of them is the City Night Line by the Deutsche Bahn. That connects many German cities with each other and also takes you to other European cities. I tested it between Berlin and Munich in November on my way to the White Start Games… Read more »
I have canceled all travel plans for December to recharge my internal batteries and plan 2013. Therefore I decided that it was time for a review of 2012. It was a travel intensive year but did I travel more than 122.089 miles like in 2011? January I traveled around the Netherlands, Germany and Ireland. It… Read more »
Have you ever heard of “Snow flossing”, “Snow surfing”, “Deep Snow Diving” or “Free-Ride Sweating?” I traveled to Zell Am See-Kaprun in Austria with Lea and Christine to find out what these new sports meant at the White Start Games 2012 . Believe it or not, some of them were exhausting. The disciplines Snow flossing… Read more »
I always say that traveling doesn’t need to be expensive. However, you need money to travel. How much you need is always different and depends on the way of traveling. You can survive with less than $1000 in some countries like in South America or South East Asia. It’s going to be difficult to travel… Read more »
When you are about to board the plane to explore this foreign country far away you probably already thought about the money. You have probably saved enough money to pay the bills at home and still have enough to pay for your needs abroad. But if you are just about to plan your next trip… Read more »
When traveling abroad there is the need to stay in touch with friends and family. Maybe you also have a blog like this one and need to keep this one up to date. There are different way how to stay online, whichever you choose remember that you need antivirus software. Laptop With a laptop you… Read more »
While living in Bangkok I came across a couple of nice places that are perfectly suitable for any digital nomad. Here are my top 3 pics: 1. Café Tartine Right next to the BTS station of Phloen Chit you will find this beautiful French café which offers delicious brunch possibilities, amazing sandwiches and FREE WIFI.… Read more »
London is a large city with a well-developed transport system. It is world-famous for its red double decker buses and black cabs which have become a London icon. You cannot fail to notice them walking around one of the most beautiful European capitals. You will also notice that there are two types of taxis in… Read more »
I’ve been traveling on an off for about 5 years now and traveled to over 30 countries during the last years. One of the most important things besides having Internet and my camera was having a phone and calling from abroad. There are many ways that can keep your costs low. Prepaid local… Read more »
Usually underground stations are either the beginning of the journey or its end. But the stations I am referring to are the destinations themselves and worth getting off the train just to explore them. T-Centralen, Stockholm, Sweden Stockholm’s underground is known for being the world’s longest art gallery with almost all stations displaying different kinds… Read more »
Living and working in Bangkok as an expat is fun. It’s a big city with a population of over 8 million of which many are foreigners of western countries. Therefore there are always some expat bars in Bangkok around the corner. Many expats meet after work in one of the many of bars of the… Read more »
Situation: You just bought yourself a very cheap flight with a Low Cost Carrier and look forward to your weekend escape. But then you arrive at the airport and see that airport parking per hour costs around 5 Euro. All of a sudden your short holiday start to exceed the budgeted costs. Since a… Read more »
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