Acatenango – A hike you will remember for your lifetime

Acatenango (3976m) is definitely a must do trip in Guatemala. Next door Volcan de Fuego is the world’s most consistently erupting volcano, and with some luck, it is possible to see Fuego erupt at night (That´s why you should do a 2 day tour to get the most from the hike). It is a tough…

El Paredon – Surfing on the black coast of Guatemala

When I went to Guatemala, I didn´t even think about surfing and it wasn´t planned at all. But the flip flops of my girlfriend broke so we stopped by the BeachCo. Guatemala store in Antigua. The stuff there was incredible friendly and we got to know the owner as well, who explained as all the good surf…

First Stop: T O R O N T O

The first short stop of our trip around the world was Toronto, Canada´s most populous city. It´s located on the northwestern shore of one of the five big lakes, the Ontario lake. We went to Toronto island to enjoy the nice view of the skyline and to play disc golf, visited the christmas market, strolled…

An unforgettable Roadtrip (V)

..Chile In San Pedro de Atacama we´ve met 2 other guys and prepared Spaghetti Carbonara with 850g of bacon for the night –  what a meal! We decided to do a Sandboarding Trip the next day. After enjoying some runs we went from Valle de la Muerte to Valle de la Luna, because we heard…

An unforgettable Roadtrip (IV)

Peru After a long and very uncomfortable bus ride and no sleep , I arrived in Puno at 5 am in the morning. From there, I took a boat to the Islas Flotantes de los Uros; the floating island of Uros. The Uros are a people who live on forty-two self-fashioned floating islands in Lake…

Earthgarden

Last weekend, I went to a festival called Earthgarden in the National Park Ta Qali. Earthgarden remains the local green festival that voices care for the environment through Arts, Music, Culture in a holistic way. I don´t remember any festival which had such as good vibes as this one. I spent there two of three…

Everyone can do it!

Nearly every time i’m talking about  my travels, someone tells me: I want to do the same when…. You’re so lucky that you’ve got the opportunity to this. I want to do that as well, but. …. How did you afford your travels? Did your parents sponsore you all the time? I can not hear…

Valetta-The golden City

Malta’s capital city described by CNN as one of the world’s rare urban inhabited sites that has been preserved near perfectly: Valetta. Yesterday I filmed the capital in the so called golden hour, the last hour before sun set. Watch the video to get some impressions about it :        

For a weekend in Malta

Last weekend, my girlfriend came over to visit me on the island. We only had two full days to discover Malta and Gozo so I thought it would be the best to rent a quad for that time. The bus system in Malta is still in its development phase and the combination of traffic and…

An unforgettable Roadtrip (III)

Peru In the early morning hours I could already see the impressing volcanoes surrounding Arequipa. When I arrived, my couchsurfer Hugo picked me up and we stopped on many places to enjoy the beautiful sunset. After he introduced me to his family, we went to a BBQ with some of his friends. They all recommended…

An unforgettable Roadtrip (II)

Peru After a hangover breakfast with the whole family of my couchsurfer and a nice bbq for lunch, I took the bus to Chiclayo. When I arrived in the next morning, I had 8 hours time to spend there before my Bus left to Lima. During the bus ride I talked to a traveler from…

Peruvian Cocktails

Pisco. Both Peru and Chile claim the Pisco to be their national liquor, which has sparked an ongoing dispute about its truthful owner. The fact that the two countries once belonged to the same territory adds a layer of confusion to their existing battle. Who is the rightful owner of the much loved Pisco? I…