Just giving you some impressions, how beautiful the streets are in Mykonos…
Last year in April, we were already looking for some sunshine; even the weather in Germany was quite good, it hasn’t been as warm as we hoped it will be. Therefore we decided to have a long weekend in Greece; especially in Mykonos…
Next stop on our way to southern Europe was La Spezia with its small coast side villages as Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso. You have to drive down to the coast to get an amazing view – and you should be there really early as tourist busses showing up at lunch time.
As it was hard to travel with an airplane in these times, we moved on to another roadtrip through southern Europe. We began our trip in south Germany and had the first stop in Morcote at the Lugano Lake. That’s only a small distance to drive, but a completely different place. We stayed downtown in […]
A very nice way to get some sunshine and enjoy some higher temperatures as in Europe, you can spend your winter holiday in the Emirates. So we hat around 30 degrees celsius and celebrated Silvester in Dubai.
Compared to other South American cities, Santiago de Chile is very different. There are many reasons for that, but one main reason is that the people living there feel more like European people instead of South American people. And you will recognize that everywhere in Santiago – the type of the buildings, the people and […]
We arrive in El Alto before lunch time; to be honest, we have visited a lot of cities, especially in Asia. And the traffic was really crowded in towns like Phnom Penh, Hanoi, Bangkok, etc. but in Asia the streets are empty compared to La Paz.
After a short flight from Da Nang to Saigon, we arrived in the south of Vietnam. Saigon is absolutely where the heart of southern Vietnam beats – day and night. All the life during day and night is on the street; people sitting, walking, relaxing, talking, redaing, eating and sleeping.
We started around 9 o’clock pm with this train ride in Hanoi. So after a couples of Vietnam beer, we fall asleep and woke u quite late, something around 7-8 o’clock. That was actually the longest sleep we had during that journey 🙂
From Hanoi, Tam Coc is not that far away; that means, you can go there by bus, which means a couple of hours one way. And that means, getting up early again…