Travelling in Israel FAQ

Israel – about travelling in the Holy Land & frequently asked questions I frequently receive emails and messages from friends but also from complete strangers requesting information about travelling to Israel. The questions are always the same hence why I have decided to write this article (which will be updated frequently): Is Israel safe? Counterquestion: Is Paris safe? Is Graz safe? Is California safe? My answer: it depends! Dress appropriately…

Linz from above – Impressions from Höhenrausch 2016

Linz from above I already told you about my move to the Upper Austrian capital city Linz some time ago. I absolutely love living in Linz, even though I am on the other side of the world right now. There are so many amazing possibilities and events to attend. I call Linz my home already but maybe that’s to do with my charming boyfriend also? Who knows? 😉 What is…

Why Europe is the Right Choice For All Kinds of Trips

Europe Is Perfect for Any Kind of Trip Advertisement Europe is for adventurers, road-trippers, landscape-gazers, city-hoppers, beach-relaxers…well yes, Europe is the perfect destination because it’s diverse and you’ll never get bored here. Let me show you the most intriguing things you can do around Europe. Europe for Adventurers Have you ever thought about exploring a cave that’s usually closed to the public? In Austria, there are a couple of great caves that…

How much are 5 days on Easter Island

How much are 5 days on Easter Island?!

That’s how much 5 Days on Easter Island are Let me show you how much 5 days on Easter Island cost and that’s 100% doable on your own and don’t need an agency to get around. Introduction Visiting the Easter Island has fascinated me for a very long time! It was on top of my to-do list, yet I didn’t think I’d accomplish visiting it so soon. When I booked…

Cave trekking through Kreidelucke in Upper Austria

Cave trekking through Kreidelucke in Pyhrn-Priel, Upper Austria It was already pitch dark after a few steps. No movement could be made out any more and all my other senses sharpened. I tried to construe every sound. How long would it go on like this? When would I be able to see where I was going again? Why didn’t I ask about it before we started? I didn’t feel uneasy…

Millennials Share Their Tips for Working While Traveling the Globe

Millennials Share Their Tips for Working While Traveling the Globe

The post below was originally published on Hipmunk’s Tailwind Blog on April 11, 2016. When you’re still new to a career and trying to make a name for yourself on the job, it can be stressful to take vacation time. Heck, forget traveling for pleasure—even business travel can feel stressful. When you’re juggling delayed flights or bad cell service with the desire to make a good impression on your clients…

A Summer Weekend in Bad Gastein

Get to know your country – Bad Gastein Everybody that knows me is aware of how much I love to travel. However the ones that know me the most also know how much I enjoy travelling in Austria. This time I’m going to take you to magical place in the amazing region of Salzburger, namely Bad Gastein! This region is mainly known for skiing and many other kinds of winter…

Santiago de Chile – what you shouldn’t miss out on & travel tips!

Santiago de Chile – must sees & travel tips I am after spending my first couple of days in Chile and am able to reflect on my wonderful time in Santiago de Chile. I arrived without any expectations, a lot of capital aren’t that special after all, but boy this isn’t the case in Santiago. Santiago is absolutely amazing hence why I decided to write this guide and to show…

How much are two days in Santiago de Chile?!

The cost breakdown of two days in Santiago de Chile I spent the first two days of my four week Chile trip in the capital Santiago de Chile. Like always I jotted down exactly how much I spent: The Program Day 1: Early morning arrival at the airport in Santiago and drive downtown. Visit of Cerro San Cristobal, the city centre and participation in a guided city tour. Day 2:…

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Chile – how to get a SIM card with data

How to get a SIM card with data in Chile Today I’m sharing with you how to get a SIM card the easy and fast way in Chile, so you can start using the internet (almost) anywhere. Ever now and then I do enjoy being offline and not reachable. I even leave the phone in airplane mode. That’s just relaxing and necessary. But – sure there’s a but here now –…

I’m going to Chile!

Chile, Chile, Chile – I’m going to Chile By the time you’ll read this I’m either in Madrid or just landed in Santiago de Chile. Finally! The time has come to be on a long haul flight again! The first flight to Madrid takes about three hours. and from there it’s another 13 (!!) hours to Santiago. Without a layover anywhere in the USA or anywhere else in Latin America….

1 Weekend, 4 Countries and 1 Cabriolet

… a unique road trip which can probably only be done in Europe Once upon a time there was a little girl. This little girl longed to see the world. She saved every penny for adventures both big and small. The little girl got bigger but her plans never changed. It took her 23 years to visit all the countries bordering her home country. This is the story of a…

Jackpot Upper Austria

… or the reason why I’m switching the state No, I didn’t win the lottery – at least no millions have been transferred to my account. What I’m sharing with you today is still very exciting: Everything will change! Well, maybe not everything, but a looooooot! Changes are exciting, really exciting! Many things are changing or have already changed. How should I even start? In the last couple of weeks,…

Why you need to visit Northern Ireland in 2016…

…Northern Ireland = Outdoor Adventures aplenty! There are plenty of hikes and climbs to be done in Northern Ireland, my favorite one however was The Gobbins Cliff-Path. Just drive up the beautiful coastal route heading north starting in Belfast for 40 minutes and you will find the Gobbins Visitor Center. Once there you will be equipped with a helmet and educated on safety procedures. Do not let these instructions scare…

Travel Journal

Why I keep a travel journal

The reasons why I’m keeping a travel journal I’ve always been one of those people that kept things for a long time – only recently I found a bus ticket from when I just started school. I have so many boxes with memories. To be honest, I don’t open them too often, but I see them every day when I wake up and think of a trip where I kept…