Welcome 2017. My third VLOG – Videoblog #gettingbetter This time I tell you how I celebrated New Years in Siem Reap, Cambodia… and why I didn’t like it (in some points). But first I show you what I did with my Cambodian friends and family in Battambang and which scary animal I saw in a … More VLOG#3 – Why I didn’t like my New Years in all points and Battambang, Cambodia!
It has been a great year for me. I finished my bachelor in media management with a very good mark and started my worldtrip – living the dream of my life. And I reached persons like you who read and follow it. To look back on 2016 I collected 16 places Ioved from my trip … More 16 great places in 2016
My second VLOG – this time about the Christmas time in Cambodia: How did I celebrate in Siem Reap? Pool, potatoes or pastor? What shocked me in the first week of my volunteering at the NGO? How is Cambodian culture? What are the differences to Vietnam? Is Cambodia poorer? After 20 regulary blog articles with text … More VLOG#2 – Christmas in Cambodia
Arrived in Cambodia, I went to the south to Sihanoukville and the islands of Koh Rong. After riding my bike to Otres Beach near Sihanoukville I thought the beach is the best place to start VLOGGING. How is travelling alone? As a girl? How is my first impression of Cambodia? Where is my next stop? … More VLOG #1 – Hello from Cambodia – How is travelling alone and what’s my next stop?
After the “wet” stay in Hoi An I just wanted to get out of the rain and took the overnight bus to Mui Ne because the weather forecast said there will be sunshine. I arrived after the exhausting ride with another stop over in Nha Trang for 2.5 hours (arrived 5.30 a.m., next bus at … More #19 South Vietnam: Mui Ne, Saigon and Mekong Delta
The party night in Hong Kong did not give me much sleep so I arrived super tired in Hanoi by plane. I was very happy to leave China after four weeks – I was just looking forward to another kind of Vietnam and an easier way to travel. I found both but other complications came … More #18 VIDEO: Good Morning Vietnam! From Hanoi to Hoi An
After Shanghai and saying good bye to my mum I was off to Hong Kong. Luckily I got a direct train, 19 hours overnight without any stops! (Number Z99 which goes only each second day from Shanghai, about 50€) Additionally the train was a bit nicer than the others before because each 6-bed compartment was … More #17 Hong Kong – cosmopolitan and futuristic!
Wow already my sixteenth article, I just realise how quick the time is going. About seven weeks of travelling and it’s slowly getting exhausting for me to hop from one place to another every three days. Especially in China where it is so hard to talk to the people or get directions because Google doesn’t … More #16 Exploring Shanghai and surroundings
Eleven hours in a fast food store and six hours in a shaking third-class-train? After our great cruise on the Yangtze river my mum and me had a really taff night in front of us. Luxus level down to zero. Because the last daytime train to our next destination departed slightly after we arrived by … More #15 Breathtaking Avatar Mountains in Zhangjiajie
The more and more I travel through China, I learn about the cultural differences to Europe. A lot of things are fascinating, like getting to know the Buddhism religion and being a part of this one billion of people living in this country. For other things it is a completely new cultural experience like: the … More #14 Cultural contrasts in China
Floating over the longest river in China, laying on the bed and looking out the window on the beautiful landscape of the three gorges with a relaxing tranquillity of the water. In despite to our budget travelling we did a three-day-cruise on a deluxe ship through the gorges of the Yangtze. After four days in … More #13 Cruise on Yangtze River
The province Sichuan with the capital Chengdu in the southwest of China is known for its traditional treasures and mountainous landscapes. We took the overnight train from Xi’an and there are not only 2 bed bucks but 3 to fit in all the Chinese! As we were the first ones who arrived in our “cabin” … More #12 Pandas and nature in Chengdu
Taking the high speed train in China, visiting the terracotta army, sleeping on the floor and the question why the children have a hole in their pants – our adventurous 3 days in Xi’an. From Beijing my mum and I took the famous high speed train to Xi’an, our second stop of a three-weeks-travel through … More #11 Terracotta Army and biking on Xi’an city wall
You think Beijing is crazy and loud – the capital of the most populous state in the world? I tell you the opposite! How I found the relaxing and inspiring places of the city, you can read here. But first of all, the way to Beijing was my last trip of the transsibirian/ transmongolian train … More #10 Surprisingly calm Beijing!
Wide steppe, big rocks or waterfalls – you can find everything in Mongolia. And especially you can find tranquillity and untouched nature. The life of the nomads, what I was writing about in my last article, is the original life of people. They live with the nature without destroying it, they live TOGETHER… with their … More #9 Mongolia – untouched nature