We are planning our honeymoon in Namibia. We'll keep you updated on our plans here. The best way to get around in Namibia is by 4x4 camping van. Roads in Namibia are safe, and there are plenty of amazing campsites all around the country. While the luxurious safari lodges are relatively expensive, camping offers an … Continue reading Camping in Namibia
Ever wanted to walk on the "Stairway to Heaven"? Then you should hike from Pico do Areiro to Pico Ruivo. If it's sunny, you can enjoy an amazing view of the entire island of Madeira. If it's cloudy - even better: You will be able to climb a steep stairway that arises from the clouds. … Continue reading Walking on Clouds: Hike from Pico do Areiro to Pico Ruivo on Madeira
What we experienced in Ho Chi Minh City, formerly Saigon. Cu Chi Tunnels, City Tours, meeting an old letter writer at the Old Post Office - and which Skybar is better than the one in the Bitexco Tower.
Sihanoukville And the Cambodian Islands We took quite a while to decide where we wanted to stay in Sihanoukville. Should we stay on the coast or go to one of the Cambodian islands? And if yes, which of the many islands should we visit? We eventually came to the following conclusion: If you want to … Continue reading The perfect Island Escape on Koh Rong Sanloem
Travelling from Siem Reap to Battambang According to TripAdvisor, the best way to travel from Siem Reap to Battambang is by boat. You can see a lot of fascinating countryside and small villages along the river banks and thus turn 5 five hours of travel into an interesting experience. However, this only applies to the … Continue reading A Backpackers Guide to Battambang, Cambodia
The giant temple complex of Angkor is one of the world's most fascinating travel destinations. Several hundred years ago, Angkor was the home to more than a million people. At the time, it was probably the largest urban area in the world. Scientists are still puzzled why exactly this metropolis was abandoned. Soon enough, the … Continue reading Exploring the ancient Ruins of Angkor