How to get around in Germany.

I absolutely love Traveling. Weather I go abroad or stay here in Germany, it is just too exiting to see new tThings and visit new Places every once in a while. Sometimes I also return to Places that I have been to before. Things change all the Time, and it is always interesting to see… Continue reading How to get around in Germany.

I barely go to the Bergbauernmarkt anymore.

I absolutely love the Bergbauernmarkt in Zellerfeld. You can get everything there, but mostly food. And the food is awesome. There is just so much variety. You can even get Dutch, Hungarian and other international goodies there. But the thing is: It is always extremely crowded right from the get go. And while I have… Continue reading I barely go to the Bergbauernmarkt anymore.

Why I have a compass.

I really like exploring. And there are a few helpful tools I use for that. Like a compass and map. As some may know, I really like to use paper maps in conjunction with the maps app on my phone. On my phone, I can get directions on the fly, and with the paper map,… Continue reading Why I have a compass.

How to travel like a champion. 

In response to a daily writing prompt themed 'Champion'. I'm not talking sports champions. I'm not one. I wouldn't know what to write. But I do consider me a travel champion when it comes to saving money. And saving money is key. Whenever possible I try to get discounts on everything. When I get a discount or… Continue reading How to travel like a champion. 

Why should you travel as a university student. 

I love traveling. And doing so as a university student brings some perks with it. So here is why you should travel why you still go to university. The most obvious perk is of course that since you're a student, you get student discounts. Sometimes those discounts don't make that much of a difference, but sometimes… Continue reading Why should you travel as a university student. 

How to get around in Germany. 

When traveling in Germany, you have many options. You can drive, fly, take the bus or ride a train. If you are lucky enough to get a ride share (like a BlaBlaCar), that is always an option to consider just from a price point. If you're unlucky, but you still want to save money, you have… Continue reading How to get around in Germany. 

Get your accommodation sorted out before you travel. 

As much as I love traveling, I hate uncertainty. Mostly when it comes to accommodation.  I love to be spontaneous when I travel, but I always get a bed before I start my journey, so I mostly limit my spontanity to my day activities. You probably wouldn't enjoy exploring as much when you don't know… Continue reading Get your accommodation sorted out before you travel. 

Try local food. 

Of course it might feel intriguing to just eat what you're used to when going abroad. Like McDonald's or something like that. But trust me. You're missing out on a whole new world of tastes. You now people who never leave their hometown, because they're afraid of change? That's pretty much the same. Just in… Continue reading Try local food. 

Walk off the beaten path. 

I consider myself a traveler.  One thing that distinguishes us travelers from tourists is that we don't stick to tourist areas while on vacation. We dare to walk on the beaten path, to go where no foreigner has ever gone. Off course we also visit some attractions, they are still attractions for a reason. But… Continue reading Walk off the beaten path.