Bogotas and its street art

Colombia was supposed to be the last country on this trip and the first stop was in Bogota. A city I heard many very different opinions about. I don’t know why but I… Continue reading

Comuna 13 – from one of the most dangerous parts in the formerly most dangerous city in the world to a tourist attraction –

Medellin is from all the places I have seen the one with the least beautiful architecture but with an amazing vibe which brought me here twice in the six weeks I spent in… Continue reading

Galapagos on a shoestring – San Cristobal –

On my trip in America from the North to the South in a not proper order I had the idea that if I am here I should see the Galapagos Islands because I… Continue reading

Malaysia in Pictures

My Canon and my iPhone are on the road with me as well as my Macbook for editing, saving and sharing pictures with you. Some results you can see if you click on… Continue reading

Penang – Georgetown, its street art, food and temples

  The city of Georgetown has 180.000 inhabitants and the most of them are Chinese Malay. Penang is famous for its delicious food and people say this place offers the best food all… Continue reading

Madrid-Barajas – Neptuno Lounge (T4S) review

  A couple of month ago I have to spend a couple of hours at Adolfo Suarez Airport in Madrid Barajas. The transfer time is not long enough to visit Madrid and the… Continue reading

Malaysian airports – A Plaza Premium lounge review

My first experience with Plaza Premium lounges happened in KK. Kota Kinabalu airport is the biggest airport in the western part of Borneo and brings you to different destinations in Malaysia as well… Continue reading

Borneo – The (easiest) way to the Orang Utans

  The most people who are heading toward Borneo are nature lovers and want to see wildlife there. One of the most famous animals there are the Orang Utans I also was interested… Continue reading

Brunei – A 18 hours stopover

  It was quite a spontaneous and comparing to traveling the other countries in South East Asia expensive idea to get a glimpse of the Brunei – or to use the official name… Continue reading

Me and the Philippines… and a little bit challenging start into my solo adventure…

  After two and a half weeks – traveling half of the time solo – in this country I am wondering why it takes that long for me to become friends with the… Continue reading