28. July 2017

Romania: Hunedoara

Hunedoara – a castle from a fairy tale After a good hour’s drive we reached our last planned stop on our tour through Romania: Hunedoara.  The German name “Eisenmarkt” (roughly: […]
1. August 2017

UK: London

Why London? From the end of January to the middle of March, Tes and I lived in beautiful London. Unfortunately, the relationship with our common employer went downhill and drove […]
4. September 2017

Morocco: Chefchaouen

Taxis in Morocco We reached Chefchaouen in the late evening and got a taxi right away. If you take a cab in Morocco, you should always ask whether a taxi […]
5. September 2017

Morocco: Roadtrip to the Sahara – Merzouga

A guided trip – better than expected! To get from Fez to Marrakech, we did some reflecting: Going by train or bus along the coast to the south was too […]
6. September 2017

Morocco: Marrakesch

Marrakech – The cradle of mankind Marrakech is also called the “red city” or the “Pearl of the South”. During excavations not so long ago, 300,000 years old bones (including […]
5. February 2018

Germany: Nuremberg

Why Germany? As a small marketing campaign,  Tes and I started a tour through Germany in autumn 2017. We were planning to visit a total of 13 cities, all of […]
5. February 2018

Germany: Bayreuth

An afternoon in Bayreuth After our visit to Nuremberg we set off to our accommodation for the night – Bayreuth. Unfortunately, we only had a few hours to explore the […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Ulm

Bisected through the Danube Ulm is a city with approx. 120,000 inhabitants and is located on the outskirts of Baden-Wuerttemberg. In the year 1810 the city was given to the […]
6. February 2018

Germany: Stuttgart

Stuttgart – I like it better somewhere else I’ve been to Stuttgart a couple of times, but never really acquired a taste for the city. Even if you search Google […]
31. March 2018

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico – after the hurricane Translated, Puerto Rico means “rich port”. Before hurricane Maria hit the island on September 20th 2017 and destroyed it more or less completely, about […]
16. April 2018

US Virgin Islands: Saint Thomas

Saint Thomas via cruise During our time in Ponce, we examined a cheap way to visit more islands of the magnificent Caribbean. After we informed ourselves about flights, connections by […]
17. April 2018


Barbados, my favorite Barbados is a 430 km² (160 mi²) island with about 280,000 inhabitants. Most of them have African roots and came to Barbados because of slavery. The island […]
18. April 2018

Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia St. Lucia is the world´s only country named after a woman (Lucia of Syracuse). The Caribbean island has an area of 616 km² (238 mi²) and is home […]