Goodbye Germany… Travel

Yes, you guessed it. It’s time for another announcement and let me tell you it is a good one. I have been wanting to share this news with you for a very long time and now I am finally able to. For the past weeks and months I have been preparing for a new long-term adventure. In just a few short weeks I will be...

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Autumn Colours: The Best Places to See Fall Foliage Travel

Autumn is the perfect time to travel: less crowds, milder temperatures, lower prices and of course the colourful spectacle that is known as fall foliage. There are a million reasons to love autumn, but it’s the autumn colours that have travellers seek out the best viewing points, hikes and drives across the world to see the leaves change colours first hand. I wanted to share the...

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Rotorua: Experience Geothermal Activity & Maori Culture Culture / New Zealand

Rotorua is a geothermal wonderland build in a giant volcano, but don’t worry its last major eruption was 240,000 years ago. The city is a must-visit if you’re travelling New Zealand’s North Island as it wonderfully combines geothermal activity with centuries of Māori culture. Rotorua is located in the heart of New Zealand’s North Island in the Bay of Plenty Region. The convenient location, bubbling mud...

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The Best Outdoor Activities to Explore Lapland’s Winter Landscape Finland

Lapland is the perfect winter wonderland. A paradise for winter fans and lovers of the great outdoors. The winter season in Finnish Lapland starts in November and the snow often sticks around until May. That means you can enjoy winter sports and snow adventures for around six months. Now that we have established that Lapland offers plenty of time to play in the snow, I...

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Foodie Travel: The Top 3 Madrid Food Markets Food / Spain

It’s no secret that I love a good food market and let me tell you, Madrid has got plenty to choose from. Historic market halls, trendy street food markets and modern food-court/market concoctions. There really is a market for everyone, no matter what your taste or budget. Even the hardcore foodies amongst you might not have time to visit them all, so I have put...

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Kayaking Around The World: Asia Asia

This part of the Kayaking Around The World series is all about kayaking Asia. This time travel bloggers share their favourite kayaking spots & experiences all across Asia. Asia is a paradise for kayak fans and lovers of the great outdoors. Whether you’re looking for an urban escape to keep you cool, a fun day out or you simply want to observe some of the...

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A Guide to Hiking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing New Zealand

Otherworldly: that’s the only word that even comes close to describing this landscape. Hiking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing makes you feel like you’ve stepped foot in to another world. One where volcanoes dominate the scenery. If you listen carefully you might be able to hear the volcano roar! The Tongariro Alpine Crossing is one of New Zealand’s most popular day hikes and after 3 days...

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DIY Walking Tour Retiro Park Madrid Spain

The Retiro Park in Madrid is one of prettiest and most stunning parks in Europe. A visit to Madrid would not be complete without spending some time in the city’s green oasis. I’ve been to Madrid twice now and both times the Buen Retiro Park was one of the highlights of my stay. Watch locals stroll through the park on a weekend, listen to live...

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Tongariro National Park: Tama Lakes Hike New Zealand

The Tama Lakes hike is one of the lesser-known walks in New Zealand. The 17km hiking trail is a great alternative to the Tongariro Alpine Crossing as it’s less challenging, but has an equally breath-taking scenery. Volcanoes, waterfalls and alpine landscape: what more could you possibly want from a hike? After eight years I was finally back in New Zealand, this time on the North...

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