Dream Weekend in Latvia: Riga and Jurmala

Dream Weekend in Latvia: Riga and Jurmala

The wind is whistling in our ears at minus 17 degrees. It’s so cold that I can barely take pictures. We are standing on an – who knows how thick it is – snowy surface, while cross-country skiers rush by, and we do not know whether there is the beach or the icy seawater underneath. …

Our traveler wedding in Italy and Thailand

Our traveler wedding in Italy and Thailand

In my previous article I told the story of our engagement in Nepal. Having received lovely feedback like “love stories are the best,” I would like to share the story of our wedding with you, which took place on two continents. I want to encourage those of you who think of celebrating an unconventional wedding …

Eco Tourism in Nepal: Community Trekking

Eco Tourism in Nepal: Community Trekking

Our four-week trip to Nepal has a special significance in my life, because we got engaged in Nepal at an altitude of more than 3,000 meters. But not only because of this. Having already reported about our trip through Tibet, from Lhasa to Kathmandu, I will now share my experiences in Nepal, where I was …

Carnival and lonely canals: Venice in winter

Carnival and lonely canals: Venice in winter

Venice has always been fascinating to me. I traveled to the mysterious lagoon city from an early age on. This is also because my aunt lives near Venice. Now I visitesd Venice in winter for the first time. Chris and me took a look at the more remote part of the Dorsoduro area and experienced …

Travel Tip 2018: Tenerife beyond the resorts

Travel Tip 2018: Tenerife beyond the resorts

What are the most attractive travel destinations for 2018? The German travel blog Choices of Life has called for a blog parade dealing with this question. For this year I recommend you to explore the much underrated Canary Island Tenerife individually. You will find out why in the following text. Tenerife: first impression – mixed emotions …