Shirley’s Angels conquer Vietnam

Russian-Stronghold and Lantern Festival in Hoi An After the days in Dalats mountains and a short intermezzo at the Russian hotspot Nha Trang, the Mui Ne-pack got reunited in Hoi An. Meanwhile, the group was even bigger. 3 nights later all the 12 of us drove together to Hue with the motorbike. Only James from […]

Live’s great Mate!

Byron Bay – Let’s get the party started From idyllic surfer village Yamba I moved on along the coast in Brisbane direction. Next stop: Byron Bay. A famous backpacker place at the East Coast. Again, nice surf and beautiful beaches. The lighthouse at the most easterly point of the Australian mainland is fantastically situated in […]

Buenos Dias Buenos Aires

My week in Buenos Aires After a pretty relaxed time at the Brazilian-Argentinian boarder it should get more “lively” in Buenos Aires. Becky and I took the bus at 4pm which arrived at the capital the next noon. Fabian arrived the day after. The first sign that there will be more action and evening entertainment […]

The Passport gets filled…

…at least virtually. Because you do not get a real stamp in your passport at the boarder crossing from Guatemala to El Salvador. The innovative and highly modern El Salvador does it virtual via computer. But one thing at a time: I traveled from the jungle of Lanquin to Antigua last week. A small town close […]

Beautiful Guatemala

The journey in Central America continues The next stamp on my passport is Guatemala. Without any expectations I left Belize to the north of Guatemala to Flores. Like Caye Caulker it is a small island. Not at the ocean but surrounded by the Petén-Itzá-Lake. At my hostel I met some old acquaintance. Sarah from Australia, which I […]

San Cristobal de las Casas – In the Mexican Mountains

First night at the hostel – tired of the bus ride – planed a cosy night – of course, partytime again Once again. After a 13-hour bus ride from Puerto Escondido to San Cristobal, with almost no sleep, a cosy night at the bonfire of my hostel stood on the agenda. But once again my “roommates” had other plans for […]