The internet is a place where you can share pretty much anything you want. But sometimes, a travel email just doesn’t cut it. Actually, most times, it doesn’t. Postcards are a nice way to let people know that they are important to the sender. Continue reading
On the last day in Berlin, a key got locked in the car, we met some friends and had some awesome food at Berlin’s Carnival of Cultures.
On the second day in Berlin, my friends and I rented an electric car, saw electric cars race and had a lot of fun.
So I’ve been to Berlin with some friends last weekend. Sorry I haven’t written anything yet. It’s been a busy week.
Since I live in the Harz, I like exploring. I always lived in the Harz. And due to the rich history of the area, particularly in mining, there is a lot of old stuff to explore related to mining. Like the Oberharzer Wasserregal, that is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It was 2014. I had just arrived in Canada, and because I still considered my self a tourist back then, and I technically was a tourist, I had to do touristy things. And visiting Niagara Falls is one such thing. And it was only 1 CAD back then on the Megabus. Plus 1.50 CAD in fees, but still dead cheap. But because I’m not your typical tourist, I did things a little different. Continue reading
I had just arrived home after a year in Canada. I had a bad case of Fernweh. That’s how I came to travel to Amsterdam to meet a friend. And, because I was adventurous back then, I decided to stay at Amsterdams Urban Campsite, where you sleep in artwork. I booked that thru AirBnB. And I took the train there.