After a smooth flight on the 2nd of April we arrived at the airport of New Delhi at a little before midnight. It only took about half an hour to get our boarding passes for Jet Airways and after some security checks we took the elevator (I know, lazy) to the Duty Free Shopping area … Continue reading
My last trip took me to the mountains in Poland, the outdoor terraces in Bratislava and the huge buildings in Vienna. I can still recall each single day of that beautiful journey through Europe, but the daylight of my 20 something years are burning (:P) and I really wanted to travel to a place outside … Continue reading
Pamukkale is located in Turkey, near the town Denizli and absolutely fascinating! I’ve been there a few weeks ago and if you ever have the chance to visit the place don’t hesitate to go! It’s absolutely worth it! For more information about Pamukkale click here.
June 25th: Lets walk to Asia! The last two days we saw most of the old city of istanbul, so today we decided to walk over the bridge to the Asian part. Here we could see the Galata Tower, Taksim Square and much more. From our side of the Bosporus you could already see the … Continue reading
I travelled 16 days through the marvel that is Java and ended my journey with a few days on the beach in Bali. There are so many things I recommend visiting, but these three you will definitely like: Bromo volcano We decided to wake up really, really early and drive a few hours in order … Continue reading
During my trip through Java from Jakarta to Kalibaru I also paid a visit to one of the Wonders of the World: the Borobudur. This temple is located approximately 40 km from Yogjakarta, where I had spend the night. It is really impressive and way bigger than I imagined. What is it? The Borobudur was … Continue reading
Even though Mongolia is not always the first country people think of when they’re planning a holiday, this country in Asia has a lot to offer. For example, consider the beautiful landscape, the great culture and the historical monasteries, which have survived the early years of the 20th century or have been rebuilt in the meantime. … Continue reading