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Hiking a Painting – Bastei Bridge and Saxon Switzerland National Park in Germany

Hiking a Painting – Bastei Bridge and Saxon Switzerland National Park in Germany

Deep in the Saxonian forests, reigning high atop magical rock formations rising like claws into the sky can you find it, the fairy tale like but very real Bastei bridge. Its origin is as magical as its surrounding landscape. For over 200 years, it has been quite the local German tourist attraction but when a […]

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Croatia Destination Dos Europe Journey Journal Safety

How to (Not) Visit the Hvar Lavender Fields – A Guide

How (Not) to See Hvar's Lavender Fields - A Guide

Are the Hvar lavender fields in Croatia high on your list as well? I couldn’t wait to see the famous lavender fields so I DIY planned a trip to Hvar island during off season. That quickly turned out to be trickier than anticipated and I managed to get stranded nearly three times, so I wrote […]

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Asia Asia Pacific Destination Dos Japan

How to Plan a Japan Itinerary for 7 Days – Honshu Island

How to Plan a Japan Itinerary for 7 Days – Honshu Island

For most travellers, Japan is rather far away. To travel to Japan from Germany, I had to get on a ten hour flight. So when you finally land in the Land of the Rising Sun, you want to make every minute count for any Japan itinerary spanning 7 days. Here is an exemplary guide for […]

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Asia Asia Pacific Destination Dos Hong Kong

Your Perfect Hong Kong Itinerary – 3 Days in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is the perfect gateway: An exciting blend between Western and Eastern cultures. Everyone speaks English, there are plenty of bilingual signs and it is exceptionally easy to get around. Plus, there is so much diversity on the many little and bigger islands that make up the island state. In short, there are plenty of Hong Kong sights you can see and if you have 3 days in Hong Kong, you will get a decent overview.

When I first visited, it was only meant as a Hong Kong stopover on my way to Australia. I had never been to Asia before and it turns out that Hong Kong is the perfect gateway: An exciting blend between Western and Eastern cultures. Everyone speaks English, there are plenty of bilingual signs and it […]

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