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 to Albania: Europe’s Hidden Gem

Travel to Albania: Europe’s Hidden Gem

Albania is often overlooked in Europe. It’s a pity as the sunny country at the Adriatic and Ionian Sea will not disappoint travelers. The Albania travel experience We are standing on the highest point of the Llogara mountain pass. Shortly before, an eagle came across. The coastal road, which lead us here crossing the rich …

My Camera Loves: Mérida, Mexico

My Camera Loves: Mérida, Mexico

Most visitors of the Yucatán peninsula go straight to the beaches of Cancún or Playa del Carmen. Why am I so enthused by the colonial city Mérida? Our way to Mérida This year Chris and me visited Mexico for the first time. As we had some safety concerns, we did something we never do: We …

Deeper Munich: Slow Life in Altperlach

Deeper Munich: Slow Life in Altperlach

The motto of the blog parade “Journey in front of the door” of 1 THING TO DO, is something I can truly identify with. Why do I love to “travel” in my Munich district Altperlach? What I would like to tell you about my city district I will start with a description of the “destination” right in front …

Tibet – Was it the trip of my life?

Tibet – Was it the trip of my life?

It was my biggest travel dream to go on a roadtrip from Lhasa to Kathmandu. Chris and me travelled 10 days across Tibet. Was it really a dream trip? How Tibet feels like The wind is blowing heavily and it’s bitterly cold. As doors are kept open, it’s also cold in the sleeping bag during the night. What is more, the window of …