All the cities I recently went to, the places I enjoyed most, were projects that were initiated by neighbors, designed for everyone's participation to make the neighborhood more livable. A project like this is Klunkerkranich in Berlin. Apart from cultural events and urban gardening, the best thing is the view over the city including the TV tower!
During their five-week long visit to Taiwan, Nicole and Jürgen circumnavigated the whole island. Accordingly, they didn't only see beautiful places but also stayed in a lot of different accommodations: big and small hostels, hotels and guesthouses. Today, both will take us to their endearing hosts and accommodations in which they felt like at home.
Can you imagine that the state provides free camping sites? Yahan, you heard right! In the following sections I want to share with you how to sleep for free (or for a few bucks) in Taiwan. Because Taiwan is the perfect spot for travels on a budget.
Taiwan impressed me with the close proximity of sandy beaches and almost 4000 metres high mountains. Outdoor fans have plenty to enjoy here. The real gem is the circumnavigation of the island with a bicycle. It becomes even better when I tell you that you can rent high-quality bicycles from Giant for small money. In this article I will give you the first infos about a bike trip through Taiwan, covering itineraries and the bike rental.
Yazd Province, Iran. „I have no shoes, no warm clothes and no sleeping bag, but I would really love to go!“, I explained following an invitation on a winter hike. A story about hospitality, overcoming obstacles and surpassing myself.
You visit the area of Stuttgart and don't know where to go on a small excursion to? This is your destination! Romantic, historic and full of nature.
I usually make the "mistake" of not informing myself about a new country. For Iran however, this could have almost screwed up my whole vacation, because international credits card just do not work in Iran. At this point, I compiled a quick list for you, that might help you while planning your trip and also might give you some more understanding of the Iranian culture in order for your Iran visit to run smoothly.
18 local bloggers have followed my call to introduce the beautiful city they live in. Learn where they eat, drink and hang out!
Rules over rules: clothing regulations, restrictions on photography, ban on alcohol and no import of "dirty magazines" ... Iran might not be the first choice of many travellers. Others however, including me, seem to be even more attracted to find out more about this closed country. My thoughts in the first 72 hours?