Getting a Taste of Bolivia – One Day in La Paz, Highest Capital in the World

What a wonderful day in the administrative capital of La Paz! Watch this video and start with us on a two week adventure through Bolivia and Peru! We strolled through the markets and the plazas, talked to locals, admired Moon Valley and took the cable cars across the city. The perfect day to start our … More Getting a Taste of Bolivia – One Day in La Paz, Highest Capital in the World

Where Do I Belong? On A Path Of No Return! A Seeker’s Reality Between Losing Home While Finding The World

Home is where the heart is, so they say. That gets tough when your heart is in many places! In this heart-felt authentic blog post, a full-time traveler shares a glimpse into what it means to step into a new reality, stop feeling at home – and find a completely new sense of belonging along the way. … More Where Do I Belong? On A Path Of No Return! A Seeker’s Reality Between Losing Home While Finding The World

Home Is Where The Home Is: Recharging my batteries in Hamburg, Germany

I only realized how exhausted I was when I was already back in Europe, so I was glad I had given myself two weeks back home, with family, friends and, best of all, my little niece. It gave me time to reflect, think and, most of all, reconnect with my home town in a special … More Home Is Where The Home Is: Recharging my batteries in Hamburg, Germany

Digital Diarrhea – How Social Media Is Destroying My Personal Development

Traveling means movement, new ideas, endless impressions and the ability to look at your surroundings like a curious child, with its eyes wide open, who sees everything for the first time. But instead of embracing, being and breathing in the moment, most of the time we choose to see the experience unfold with a lens between us. Here is a partially self addressed call to a more self-conscious and responsible relationship with social media. … More Digital Diarrhea – How Social Media Is Destroying My Personal Development

Thailand’s Most Cultured Workout: Hiking The Monk’s Trail in Chiang Mai

Ever looked for a great way of combining sightseeing, workout, monks and meditation? The Monk’s Trail on the borders of Chiang Mai is your answer! 1,000 feet or 340m elevation gain, passing two incredibly beautiful temples and beating the tourists on the way up to one of Thailand’s most famous sights – the Wat Phra … More Thailand’s Most Cultured Workout: Hiking The Monk’s Trail in Chiang Mai

Planting Mangrove Trees In Kampot, Cambodia

What an exciting day! Watch us planting some mangrove trees for Cambodia’s future! The mangrove forests along Cambodia’s coast support more than 100,000 fishermen and their families and create a diverse ecosystem that is home to hundreds of species. These forests play an essential role in supplying people with fish and are also vital to coastal protection, … More Planting Mangrove Trees In Kampot, Cambodia