One of my favorite things to photograph are details, small things that maybe not everyone will notice straight away. Some people say that a camera makes you see less, but I don’t agree. Photography has taught to see more and see things with another perspective. Those of you who have been reading this blog since … More Ships ~ Bristol, UK
Sundays are for reading books and playing old board games. Sundays are for drinking Hot Chocolate and eating sweets even if you try to stick to a healthier life style. Sundays are for all those things you have been wanting to do, but somehow have not got the chance so far. Sometimes Sundays are for … More Sundays.
It is easy to say that 2018 has been the most adventurous and exciting year of my life so far. And I somehow wish that I could say, that I am writing these words somewhere sitting on a beach, looking at crashing waves and an outburst of color. Well actually, reality looks a bit … More Goodbye 2018. (Hello 2019).
“If we wait until we are ready, we’ll be waiting until the rest of our lives.” -Lemony Snicket After coming back from a three month trip in South America, hitch – hiking and Wild- camping it was nice to spend some time at home, but all too soon I was already starting to feel restless. … More And so the Adventure begins …
A few months ago, one of the last weekends before I went to South America, it was an unusually sunny day and so quite spontaneously I made a day trip to the beach with my parents. Although the sun was … More A Daytrip to the Beach
Hello from another part of the world! Since I am a small child I remember my dream of travelling the world and a long time ago I started putting money to the side to be able to travel when I would be done with school. I never knew exactly where I wanted to go, but … More Let’s be more spontaneous .
Society has created this image in our head that it is weird to do things on your own. People are afraid of what the people around them will think. Do they think I have no friends? I have been travelling solo since the beginning of September and especially in the beginning I haven’t always felt … More It’s a date.
“It’s a funny thing coming home. Nothing changes. Everything looks the same, feels the same, even smells the same. You realize what’s changed, is you. ” – Eric Roth After 3 ½ months, to be exact 102 days, I returned to Germany. I had promised to be home around Christmas time, but if it had … More Back in Germany.
Often things don’t turn out the way you expect them to be. I have been WWOOFing (working on a farm) for over a month now and back in July when I contacted the hosts I assumed from their emails back to me, that I would be mostly alone on the farms. I thought I would … More Not an Ending.
Hello fellow Globetrotters! Earlier on this year, or more directly right at the beginning of it, I said something about wanting to start posting not only travel related blogposts (or maybe to just try different things). And then things happened. I had known that I would be busy with school. But just not that busy. … More The Start of my Adventure