I really love looking back at stuff as well as taking future outlooks, and you seem to like them as well, thus I will gladly continue doing them 🙂 Yes, it is the 26th of August right now as I am writing this, but it cooled down this weekend so I am reaaally feelin’ the fall spirit right now so I thought ‘why not’?
A steep, muddy path of 22km, a rainy day, three guys from the Swiss military and I – that’s pretty much the basic fact of this hike summed up. It has been forever BUT I said that I would be writing about my experience hiking the Moanalua Valley Trail, better known as the legal route to the infamous Stairway to Heaven.
Everything and every place has its positives and negatives, and so does Austria. I saw a Youtube video by Michael Buchinger today where he talks about the things he dislikes about my home country and felt very much inspired to do the same. And no, I do not mean to bash Austria, there are simply a few things I don’t like about it – and the same goes for every other place I have ever been to. No place is perfect, so why can we not talk about the negatives as well from time to time? Continue reading Four Things I Dislike About Austria
Do you know the feeling of both happiness and sadness at the same time? That’s what I experienced when taking the journey from Munich back to Vienna. Happiness because I had had a great weekend where I got to see amazing people again that I had not met in way too long, and sadness because I had to say goodbye to them after only a few hours. But let me start at the beginning of the weekend.
With the rise of travel bloggers and ‘inspiring’ travel quotes all over the place, travel has gotten really romanticised in recent years. While I love exploring, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows either, but those moments usually are not talked about. If you know me, you know I am a pretty direct person, thus I have no issue sharing a few not-so-good travel stories with you that I can now laugh about. And if you are wondering the same thing as me afterward: Yes, I seem to attract complicated situations.
A lot of people might not know this about me because I (obviously) don’t walk around telling everyone, but I speak five languages at a decent level and worked as a tutor for three of them. How did I manage to do this? Well, if you want to know, then keep on reading 😉
While I have done quite a lot of traveling around Europe already, I never got to spend more than a few hours in London. I was there with my school for a day trip during our stay in Brighton and took a train there for a cruise stop in Southampton last summer. Yes, I saw a few sights back then, but I was always in a rush and pressed for time and could not really absorb the vibes of the city. Hence when I found super cheap flights there from my hometown, I just could not resist booking them (on a Sunday shortly after midnight, a typical time for such spontaneous decisions). This is not supposed to be a classic “What to do in” typa post and let’s be honest, there are plenty of those out there already. Plus, the few days I spent here don’t really entitle me to judge what you “have to” do in London as I probably just scratched the surface of this metropolis. So I’m rather just gonna tell you about my personal experiences and a few anecdotes that will show you London through my eyes.