Ever wondered how it's like to live on a lake? Lake Titicaca in Peru gives you the answer. My trip took me from Cusco to Puno where I visited the Uru people and got to know how they manage there lifes on islands made of reed.
There are only a few cities in this world, I really could imagine living in...Rio de Janeiro is definitely one of them. Find out more about my trip to the crazy Cariocas, what it's like to walk on Copacabana Beach & what places you don't want to miss in Brazil's most beautiful metropolis.
Pretty much every backpacker has this place on the bucket list. Trust me, the way to the old Inca ruins is definitely worth it. Find out more about my trip to Peru and how I survived one hell of a trip in a night bus, how guinea pig tastes like, what I did in Cusco & how I got to Machu Picchu.
It is for sure one hell of a trip to get there, especially if you live in Europe. But it is worth every second. Australia is something special and so is Sydney. Here you find a little travel guide for your time in this amazing city. Find out that the famous Opera House isn't the only thing you wanna see when Down Under.
It was my first trip to Africa, even if they say South Africa is not the real Africa, I was still stunned by the things I found way down south. Anyways I think it is a good start to get to know this huge continent. Later I been to Zambia and Simbabwe which I would say is pretty much how you would expect „the real Africa“ but let‘s start down at the cape.
When you are going to Chile there are two nature sights everyone is looking for. Patagonia and the Atacama desert. Unfortunately I didn‘t find time and had not the right gear to go down to Patagonia to see Torres del Paine. I went up north to see the unreal place San Pedro. A small town in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by one of the driest deserts in the world.
Find out more about my trip to Sri Lanka and how I took a train ride from Colombo to Kandy, a crazy bus trip up north to Trincomalee, rode a Tuk Tuk down south, explored Ella on a motorbike and got caught in the monsoon season in Mirissa.
I've been to a couple of places in this beautiful world but nothing took my breath away, like the south island of New Zealand. It is in no way possible to describe the feeling you get, traveling on this island - but I give it a try...