One Year of Travel - 2016 Recap

One Year of Travel in Videos – 2016 Recap || Part 2

Can there ever be enough travel in one year? I didn’t use to think so but travel fatigue is a serious thing (travel burnout even more so). So that’s why I started slowing down in 2016, but still incorporated many trips into my months. If you haven’t seen it yet, start with the first part […]

One Year of Travel - 2016 Recap

One Year of Travel in Videos – 2016 Recap Part 1

One year of travel – what would that be like? The beauty of travel is that even when you are currently not abroad, you can still go back to that special place full of memories. I have now been travelling for two and a half years. This was mostly nonstop but last year was a […]

Where to Experience a Very London Christmas

Where to Experience a Very London Christmas

No other city does Christmas quite like London. To be fair, I haven’t been to New York City for Christmas yet (and if you have, drop me a comment to let me know what it’s like). Still, London has definitely mastered the holiday look. You’ll find streets decked in lights, shop windows turned into festive […]

Why to Visit East Tyrol for Weekend Relaxation

This post on East Tyrol was sponsored. Have you put East Tyrol on your radar yet? It is shamefully underrated but that is also a reason why those appreciative of nature, wellness and some peace and quiet will fall in love with it! Nestled in the picturesque Kalser Tal (Kals Valley), it had everything I […]

The Keampuslauf in Salzburg - an Austrian Christmas tradition

Charming and Scary Austrian Christmas traditions to experience in Salzburg

This post was sponsored. It is one thing to learn about Christmas traditions around the world and another entirely to experience them for yourself. So when I arrived in Salzburg in time for Advent on my press trip, I stepped right into the magic and tried to learn more about the local Christmas traditions. Who […]

Gran Canaria Holiday away from the Crowds – The Non-Touristy Guide!

Gran Canaria Holiday away from the Crowds – The Non-Touristy Guide!

When TUI invited me on their all-expenses paid for press trip to experience a short Gran Canaria holiday, I was super excited; I would finally see Gran Canaria, meet fellow bloggers and journalists and experience all that TUI has to offer for sunny getaway seekers. But then I wasn’t sure if it would suit me. […]

How to Have a Classic Day Trip to Stratford-upon-Avon

How to Have a Classic Day Trip to Stratford-upon-Avon

This post came to be thanks to sponsored services. I woke up in darkness, not really sure of the time, but it must be 9 am because that’s what I had set my alarm to. Still drowsy from sleep, but rapidly giddy with excitement, I draw the heavy curtains to the side and peek out […]

Your Perfect London Weekend Stay for a Girl’s Getaway with SACO

Your Perfect London Weekend Stay for a Girl’s Getaway with SACO

This post was sponsored. I was in London again, a city that never let’s me go, no matter how far away I am or how often I return. This time, however, I wasn’t alone. Together with my blogger friend Alice from kick-ass Teacake Travels we prepped ourselves to take the travel trade show WTM by […]

Getting around the Cotswolds – Where Food Sports and Folk Lore Meet

Getting around the Cotswolds – Where Food Sports and Folk Lore Meet

[This tour was provided to me free of charge.] I felt cheated – I had been lead to believe that one of my favourite films, The Holiday, was actually filmed in the Cotswolds. Ever since Cameron Diaz tried to get comfortable within the tiny walls of her little stone cottage, I had wanted to visit. […]

10 Unique Ways to Experience Autumn in Germany

10 Unique Ways to Experience Autumn in Germany

Wait, has summer finally sent its temperatures and autumn its colours here in Germany? It’s been a crazy few weeks over here with nature cranking up its rainbow of shades. I have just come back from a nature getaway into the Thuringian Forest, a mountain range in the centre of the country. Autumn is my […]

Buxtehude in Altes Land, Germany

Altes Land – Germany Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

This trip was made possible through a sponsored press trip. Apples, nothing but apples as far as the eye could see. Jep, I was definitely in Germany’s Old Country, known as Altes Land. I had no clue that it existed although it is the biggest area of fruit farming in all of Northern Europe. Goes […]

How to see 7 Famous Fairy Tale Castles in Germany in Three Days (Part 1)

I don’t really have any memories of the fairy tale castles in Saxony. I only remembered the photos I so meticulously, almost religiously, glued into my photo albums years ago. I have always loved taking photos and telling the stories connected to them. But this time I no longer had to try and retract stories […]

My Austrian Alp Holiday with Snow and Shakespeare in Summer

I was in Austria and hiking the mountains under the cover of my trusty raincoat. You guessed right, it was raining during the first days of my press trip with Austria Tourism. I had managed to survive a cow gang grouping up on me and now there was no more (not so bad) trouble (except […]

Why You Need to Know about the Austrian Alps, Cows and Lots of Food

Why You Need to Know about the Austrian Alps, Cows and Lots of Food

It was my first time in the Austrian Alps (I had only ever been to Salzburg before) and I had come here in on invitation from Austria Tourism and was particularly excited to see the Shakespeare in the Mountains rendition of Romeo and Juliet. Tragic love stories with the backdrop of giant mountain tops and […]