The South Seas is not a destination for Europeans. The trouble of traveling is basically only worthwhile if you have a few months to get around there. Thirty-eight hours of travel from door to door. Of that, twenty-four hours of pure flight time and fourteen hours waiting time at the airports of Berlin, Frankfurt, Singapore and Brisbane. This … Continue reading South Pacific Dream 2.0
Eines der letzten Abenteuer die man noch erleben kann – und man braucht dafür noch nicht einmal besonders fit zu sein. Komm mit auf die Transsib und lese was dich erwartet.
Day 1 – Wednesday, 15 February 2017, cloudy weather, 9° Celsius Ushuaia marks the end of the road in Argentina´s Tierra del Fuego. During the summer this rapidly growing town bustles with adventurous travelers. Ushuaia also boats a sizeable crab fishing and small electronics industry. Ushuaia means “ Bay that penetrates to the west“ in … Continue reading Antarctica, Falkland Islands & South Georgia 2017 – ENGLISH
We stayed at the Hotel Rossiya at Varvarka Street, in central Moscow, within sight of the Red Square. Up to its closure on 31 December 2005 and the subsequent demolition, it was the largest hotel in Europe. The building was designed by architect Dmitry Chechulin and opened on 15 January 1967th. The three-star hotel extended … Continue reading MOSCOW – BETWEEN COMMUNISM AND CAPITALISM