Some general facts about Costa Rica

6 days at home and still struggling with the cold and foggy weather. Ok, but also happy to live without nasty mosquitos or the always moist clothes. So let's take a general, my point of view, look about my last destination (no worries, more detailed posts are coming up later!)... Did I like Costa Rica?... Continue Reading →

Feeling small in Corcovado National Park

When everyone of your friends told you you should go to a certain place, which is also described in literally ALL travel books, well then it might be a good idea to actually do it, right? In case of Corcovado National Park this means a pretty long bus or car ride and a stay in... Continue Reading →

Like a pirate: Bahía Drake

I  told you I wanted to slow down my pulse rate and relax? Well my first stop gave me all that. And on top, some pirate-like feeling! Since I wanted to go to Corcovado National Park, my first stop was Bahía Drake. The easiest way to go there is to take the bus to Sierpe... Continue Reading →

Let’s go Pura Vida

Ok. After preparing myself for the trip I am starting right now, I was rather annoyed by this Pura Vida here and Pura Vida there. It sounds too touristic too be true. But in fact I want to talk about something different than the actual destination because there will be loads of Costa Rica stories... Continue Reading →

BBQ on the road – tips and tricks

Summer has arrived and so we all long for getting on the road, to concerts, road trips or -as in my case- (skydiving) festivals. And all these places are perfect occasions to heat on the grill and deliver wonderful food to your friends and families. But - there is more than sausages, and if you... Continue Reading →

Muchas Gracias Madrid

While I'm sitting here in Berlin at around minus 4 degrees, I think back of the warm and sunny days I spent in the amazing city of Madrid last weekend. I won a voucher for some flying time in one of the three wind tunnels there during Christmas Boogie and so I decided to take... Continue Reading →

Climbing Mt. Batur – yes or no?

Indonesia is full of active vulcanos, and so is Bali and its islands. Therefore, one of the most important activities for sporty people there is climbing those volcanos. The biggest on the main island, and holy, mountain is Mt. Agung - which is very active at the moment and nobody knows, when it will erupt... Continue Reading →

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