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 …

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 …

Turismo Rural: Short timeout on La Gomera

Turismo Rural: Short timeout on La Gomera

I‘m sitting relaxed on black stones at a natural beach with an impressive cliff behind me and a sleepy small white-washed village not far away. The waves are energetic and noisy. The steep wall behind me reinforces the sound with an echo. But I’m lingering at a safe distance from the waves and am enjoying …