Well this is unexpected. Never would I have thought that I’d be sitting in my flat in Cologne at the beginning of April, writing a blog post about how my trip that was supposed to last for 6.5 months was cut short by two months, but hey, that’s life. The Story So Far… I left … More How My Trip Ended Early (Thanks to Corona Virus)
It’s been a bit quiet on here in September as you might have noticed. Life got reaaaal busy as I’m preparing for something super special: I am taking a sabbatical from work! Since this is quite a big thing for me, I thought I’d go ahead and answer the questions that people usually ask me … More Surprise! I’m Taking A Sabbatical!
There’s a lot of talk currently about how Instagram and Social Media in general are creating unsustainable tourism – which I completely and wholeheartedly agree with! On the other hand, there are so many spots all over the world that have become more popular for a good reason. Let’s see which hotspots I saw on … More US Road Trip: Page & Zion National Park
Yosemite is undoubtedly one of the most popular national parks in the US and it draws millions of visitors every year. Of course it had to be included in our roadtrip. Was it as nice as everyone says? I’ll let the pictures do the talking in this post! How to Get There Yosemite National Park … More US Road Trip: San Francisco to Yosemite
As I mentioned in my last post about beautiful Lisbon (read it here), the city has a massive collection of street art and I’m not talking about those rubbish graffiti tags you see in all cities. Lisbon has a lot more than that! I have come to love free walking tours. Firstly, I think that … More Exploring Lisbon’s Street Art
Lisbon has indubitably become the European hot spot capital in the last years and attracts many tourists all year round. Keep reading to find out what I got up to in Lisbon and a tip that will make your stay in a hilly city much easier! About Lisbon Lisbon is the capital of Portugal and … More Lisbon in a Nutshell: What to See, Eat & Where to Stay
When I thought about doing a review of my travels in 2018, I was a bit pessimistic and thought I didn’t really have much to write about but then I started going through my calendar and the pictures on my phone. Turns out I’ve actually been on 7 trips last year. Let’s see what they … More Looking Back at 2018 in Travel