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Animals Paradise Beach: Isla del Sol

Hey travellers, Sorry I haven’t updated my travels for a while. Two main reasons are that I noticed, South American and especially Bolivian internet connection is definitely not the best. Second cause is that I seriously haven’t had much time to be online or write a new entry. I’ve been to the incredible Salt Flats […]

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Argentinean Chilean Border Crossing

Starting to travel roughly 4 months ago is still maybe the best decision I ve ever made in my quite young life so far. I’ve discovered so many different places, met dozens of amazing people and, honestly, I’ve never enjoyed spending money so much as I do on my travels 😀 However, since 4 months […]

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Hitchhiking Argentina

Hitchhiking Argentina? I know many people would tell me it’s a stupid idea (and its definitely not the best and safest country to try) but honestly, I was still flashed about my incredible hitchhiking experience in New Zealand. So when I arrived in Argentina I started to ask other travellers and did some research on […]

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Deliciosa Mendoza

Hey travellers, Honestly, I was pretty glad to finally leave big, busy Buenos Aires to head to Mendoza. I was looking forward to seeing beautiful landscapes again (the Andes Mountain Range). Mendoza is located in Eastern Argentina, not far from the Chilean border and the Andes. Wine tasting was another major point on my list […]

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Bienvenidos Buenos Aires

Welcome and Bienvenidos Buenos Aires – Argentinas capital! I arrived in Buenos Aires on a Sunday morning, noticing that my journey reached halftime already … of course, time passes way too quickly when you are having a lot of fun! New Zealand is a country I would always go back to or recommend it to […]

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Hitchhiking New Zealand

Hitchhiking New Zealand? Have you ever thought about hitchhiking across a whole foreign (or your own) country because you wanted to save some money for transportation or get in touch with a couple of local people? I did it (first time) for 3 weeks in New Zealand and it was one of the best experiences I […]

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Kia Ora New Zealand

Hey travellers, Have you ever planned to go to New Zealand? Got inspired of some astonishing pictures on the internet or stories of your friends? My personal advice: DO it. Head there as soon as possible, it’s worth it! I got inspired from some friends back in Austria and (after only 10 days) I’m glad […]

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New Zealand: 11000 miles away

… Finally arrived! One country I was so much looking forward to visiting when I started travelling 2 months ago. I’ve heard a lot of beautiful about this region around 11 000 miles from my hometown. Mountains, lakes, gernerally nature at its best and surreal landscapes are my expectations for this journey. Two Austrian globetrotting […]

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Guide to Singapore: A modern city-state

Hey travellers, When I was heading from Bali to Singapore I was actually quite disappointed to leave marvellous Indonesia too early to go to a busy, modern and polluted city again. So I sat in the plane, expecting nothing special about my stay there. Fortunately, I was very positive surprised about the city-state in Southern […]

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This is Bali

“Bali’s rich culture plays out all levels of life. Great beaches, world-class surfing, superb dining and stunning sunsets.” – Lonely Planet Bali Guidebook There is probably nothing more to add as this description is on point to what Bali is about. I have stayed here for 10 days in total and I love it so far! […]

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5 days in Malaysians Capital – Kuala Lumpur

Hey travellers, My short stopover in Malaysia is over now. I spent 5 days in its endlessly growing capital Kuala Lumpur. Super hot days, fulminating rainstorms for only half an hour, casual urban atmosphere, sightseeings and lots of stinky pollution is basically what I had experienced during my stay. Honestly, I was quite happy to finally […]

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Start 2 travel – Inspirational blog

Have you ever thought of leaving your comfort-zone behind and travel alone for a while? Just packing your stuff and heading to the next country you always wanted to visit (only you and your backpack)? But then you thought neh, stupid idea… it might be dangerous, too scary, I don’t want to be alone and […]

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Into the sea – Southern Thailand

Imagine a place with white sandy beaches, from party islands to pure relaxing areas, sun all day long and many interesting people to meet. This is what travelling through Southern Thailand is about! I got off the plane and fell in love with it immediately. I’ve seen a lot of beautiful seasides in Cambodia and […]

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One week in Pa(i)radise

Pai  is a very relaxing village, based in Northern Thailand. It’s around 3 hours (bus drive) from Chiang Mai, which is the closest city to visit Pai. I was supposed to stay only 4 nights but I enjoyed myself so much I kept extending my stay until I was there for a whole week. In […]

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7 tips to save money while travelling

Hey travellers, Since I’ve already been travelling abroad for almost 5 weeks now, I feel experienced enough to share some basic low-budget-travel-tips you should consider before you go out and explore the world. Travel and especially backpacking is definitely a cheaper way of travelling than most people think. Apart from seing beautiful places and experience […]

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Welcome 2 Thailand

Bangkok part two Sounds boring? It's the complete opposite of that. I stayed there for three nights. Where? Khao San Road. Ever heard of that road? This is the main backpacker street, perhaps the biggest one on the whole globe, which I believe is a must-see in Bangkok. You don't have to spend the night […]

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Halong Hanoi Bangkok

Hey travellers, Halong was so beautiful! Around 2000 limestone islets are based in a pretty small area and it really took my breath away. Even though the weather was cloudy and cold, it was overwhelming to see these hundreds of islands rising up from the water and seeing them up close from a boat was really something special. […]

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Bus trips

Ninh Binh This was probably the first time of my journey where the time of transportation did not pass, no matter what I did it was like the clock hand was astonied. I listened to music, read my book, wrote into my diary and looked out of the window. However, it was like the train […]

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