As you might have read, I love the city of Sevilla: it is my home away from home. I have lived there and visited numerous times afterwards. I just can’t get enough of the delicious food, picturesque alleys and great atmosphere. Time to share some of my best advice and spread the love!
On the way to Australia we had a 2,5 day stopover in Singapore. Of course this was a great opportunity to see the city, but it also made the long trip to Melbourne a bit more bearable. We enjoyed Singapore a lot, and were able to get a good impression in just a few days!
Last year I came across a picture of an unbelievably cute animal, that I found out was called a quokka and only lives on an island on Australia’s west coast. So when we visited the area, a trip to Rottnest Island was a must for me! It turned out the island has way more to offer than just … More Rottnest Island: cute quokkas & beautiful bays
After flying to Perth from the Red Centre, we took the train to Fremantle. We LOVED this place. As in: didn’t want to leave. This seaside town has a relaxed vibe, great places to have a bite or drink and plenty of sights. Read on for our tips on ‘Freo’, as it is lovingly called by locals.
We explored Western Australia (WA) in a super small campervan in 10 days. But we could easily have spent more time driving around: WA has so many amazing places to discover! East coast, eat your heart out!
When we planned our Australia trip, I wanted see the Red Centre, mostly because of famous Uluru. My husband thought spending our time and money on seeing a big rock would be a waste, but once there he had to admit it was pretty special. Surprisingly though, the highlight of this trip was Kings Canyon. Read on for our … More Kings Canyon & Uluru by camper: our itinerary, pictures and practical tips
Maybe you have never heard of Cairns. But if you have, chances are you immediately think about the Great Barrier Reef. The reef was also the reason we included Cairns in our trip, and it was AMAZING, but this city and its surroundings have much more to offer! Here’s a list of activities we enjoyed.
After a week in Melbourne, it was time for our first roadtrip! We rented a car and hit the road. We were amazed by the variety of nature along the way: rainforests, waterfalls, sandstone cliffs and mountains all just a few hours driving from each other. This makes it the perfect region for a shorter roadtrip.
Melbourne, on Australia’s south coast, can be a pretty expensive city to explore. Hotels, alcohol and entrance fees quickly add up. We found it is possible to see this place on a tight budget though! Read on for our best tips.
A while back – in 2012 – I went on a group trip to Northern India. In around 3 weeks I experienced lots of different places: from chaotic Delhi to the peaceful town of Pushkar in Rajasthan. In this blog post, I will give you an impression of Northern India by showing you some of my favorite photographs – and telling you a little … More Northern India part I: from dazzling Delhi to the famous Taj Mahal