For these who can not come to my photo exhibition of my worldtrip I prepared a multimedial virtual exhibition here with photos and videos. The exhibition takes place in July and August in the city library of Berlin-Spandau. The pictures can be purchased from 25 to 35 euros. Contact me here. Für die, die meine … More Virtual exhibition
Im Juli und August darf ich in der Stadtbibliothek Spandau die über 30 besten Photographien meiner neunmonatigen Weltreise ausstellen. Auf der Vernissage und Eröffnung der Ausstellung werde ich die aufregendsten Geschichten meines Trips erzählen und erklären, was man für eine so große Reise besonders braucht. Es wird einige Videos geben sowie Sekt, Saft und Snacks. … More Foto-Ausstellung / Photo Exhibition
Feel the water drops on your skin, how they sprinkle from a waterfall above you. Feel the waves drifting you through the water. Feel the hot sun on your body. Explore the underwater world, another world drifting you away from your everyday life. Explore the world. Explore your body and find to yourself. Explore all … More VLOG #14 – Exploring Bali
Travelling by train from Jakarta to Bandung or Yogyakarta? I will explain you how the trains and different classes are working on Java Island in Indonesia and what my craziest experience was with the locals on a train! Because Java is the biggest island of Indonesia, the train system is the best in whole Indonesia. … More How the train system works on Java, Indonesia
After Malaysia, Singapore and Sumatra it is time to explore Java in Indonesia – the island which impressed me the most! It was the first time in my life to hike an active volcano and stand on the edge of the crater. A dream came true! Besides I visited the capital of Indonesia – Jakarta … More VLOG #13 – Volcanoes on Java, Indonesia
1 year ago, I started my worldtrip – first to Moscow, then with the transsibirian train to China, further on in Asia via Australia and Hawaii around the globe to Canada and back to Berlin in 9 months. What are the 3 things I learned from my worldtrip? Find out more in my new VLOG! … More VLOG #11 – What I learned from my worldtrip
Finally I made it after six months of travelling to Singapore. Did I like it or not? Travellers have different opinions about this modern and futurous city. I will show you my favorite places and some insider spots for the places to go in Singapore in this video. Read more about the organisation, … More VLOG #10 – Two days in Singapore
While my ten moths worldtrip from October to July I did an internship for two months at the Hanns Seidel Foundation (political development work) in Bangkok. How do I like it? What are my tasks? How do I get to work? And what do I do in my freetime? Please switch to HD in Settings … More VLOG #7 – Internship in Bangkok | Thailand
One of the oldest temple area in the world you can find in the north of Cambodia: Angkor Wat. I took a daytrip by bicycle to discover the six most important temples of this area. Get travel tips how you see the most in one day from sunrise to sunset! It is possible! In Cambodia … More VLOG #5 – Angkor Wat, Cambodia
One month I did volunteering in Cambodia in a NGO with pres-chools on the countryside near Siem Reap (where the Angkor Wat Temple is). This time was impressive! Please switch to 1080HD in Settings Subscribe or thumb up if you liked the video! More about the NGO here “Bamboo Shoots” Want to know more? Check … More VLOG#4 – Volunteering in Cambodia | most emotional time on my worldtrip
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
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
First impressions of Mongolia, how they talk, what they eat and where we met the Red Hero… Right on the birthday of Chinggis Khan, the founder of the Mongolian Empire, here is my first article about his country: After my long trip from Irkutsk over the Mongolian border and four hour passport control (but in … More #7 Welcome to Mongolia!