November 21, 2014 / Philippines

Imagine you wake up in your hotel room, 16.000km away from home and you feel that something is wrong. Absolute wrong. But you cant figure out what is happening. You are sweating all over, you feel sick, drugged, you experience the worst headache in your life and your brain wont start to cooperate and explain you the situation. After you managed it somehow to crawl out of bed you almost collapse when…

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September 19, 2014 / General
September 8, 2014 / Malaysia

It’s already late night and everybody around me seems to sleep. But the impressions from the last days keep my mind spinning. Faces from people I met follow me, a smile I almost fall in love with won’t disappear…

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September 6, 2014 / Tips

You want to go backpacking for the first time? You are already traveling and you are looking for ideas how to plan the next step of your trip? You want to save money while traveling? And just by the way you want to change the world? Then have a look here, this article is written for you!

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September 2, 2014 / Malaysia

The boat speeds up and the wind is blowing in my hair. I already thought that my mood could not get any better after sitting in this small plane and visiting Malaysia from above – but I was wrong. The ocean seems to be calm today; regular thunderstorms and heavy rain make this area…

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August 17, 2014 / Singapour

Is there even daylight? Partying consecutively for five days I saw every major club in Singapore but I didn’t saw too much daylight. I expected Singapore to be quite different to the rest of South East Asia. It might be a mostly muslim country with a lot of rules but behind closed doors people…

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August 8, 2014 / Indonesia

If you are just passing by and decide to stop in Ubud for two or three days you might not understand why so many traveler fall in love with this place. While it took me only minutes to like Ubud it took me more than a week to know why…

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July 29, 2014 / Indonesia

Does it make sense to accept the challenge to “do something solo” while you are already traveling alone? I did exactly this today and here comes the story.

Doesn’t travel alone already mean that you are on your own? Usually not. Think about it: At your accommodation you are surrounded by people, at least by the owners or by neighbors. As soon as you…

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July 28, 2014 / Indonesia

Spätestens seit dem Anschlag auf eine Diskothek in Bali im Jahr 2002 ist Kuta der Weltöffentlichkeit ein Begriff. Das es noch ein zweites Kuta gibt, auf Lombok, wissen schon viel weniger. Und das ist auch gut so.

Während auf Bali der Tourismus in und um Kuta inzwischen wieder genauso boomt wie vor dem Anschlag erwacht das Dorf in Lombok mit demselben Namen, entdeckt von immer mehr Surfern, erst ganz langsam aus seinem Dornröschenschlaf. Zwischen mit Palmen bewachsenen Hügeln und vor einer weit auslaufenden Bucht, gesäumt von einigen der schönsten Strände Indonesiens, liegt…

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July 13, 2014 / Indonesia

Zwei Bikes haben wir uns besorgt, mit jedem technischen Schnickschnack. Paul seins hat sogar Licht, meins dafür eine Hupe, wir werden uns später ganz gut ergänzen… Wir starten in Sengiggi und lassen uns über eine wunderschöne Küstenstrasse zum nördlichsten Zipfel der Insel tragen. Kurve um Kurve gibt die Insel ihre Schönheit zu entdecken, links das blaue Meer, rechts ein Meer aus Palmen.

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