Photo Friday: Winter wonderland

Winter definitely arrived, I think we’ve all heard on Social Media. I am one of those annoying people who share all the winter wonderland shots on Instagram, Snapchat and/or Facebook. But it’s just too beautiful, isn’t it? See for yourself, here’s my collection of my favourite Winterwonderland shots I took this winter

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Deininger Weiher, Bavaria

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Deininger Weiher, Bavaria

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Deininger Weiher, Bavaria

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Deininger Weiher, Bavaria

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Osterseen, Bavaria

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Grünwald, Bavaria

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Grünwald, Bavaria

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Deininger Weiher, Bavaria

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Weißach, Bavaria

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Weißach, Bavaria

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Weißach, Bavaria

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Deininger Weiher, Bavaria

Central Chile: A photo diary Part 1

Thanks to my beautiful friend’s wedding on December 17th 2016, I was lucky enough to spend most of my pre-christmas time in Chile.
The wedding took place in Olmué, which is a tiny village between Vina del Mar and Santiago, so we decided to spend our trip only around Central Chile.
We rented a car and drove around Cajon del Maipo and the coast north of Vina del Mar. See for yourself how beautiful and most of all diverse only a small part of Chile can be already!

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People of Asia

Whenever I travel, I love to take photos of the people living there. I had to take a taste of my own medicine one time in Hoi An, when suddenly the owner of a little street food stall wanted to take photos of me and my friend while we were eating her food. I guess we’ll end up on trip advisor. But like I said, it was a taste of my own medicine. If i do it to them, they might as well do it to me.

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Photo Friday: Amsterdam

Another Friday and after a while, finally another Photo Friday. Today, the photographs are from one of my favourite cities in Europe, Amsterdam. I wanted to go there to visit a friend on her studies abroad in February 2015 but two weeks before I was supposed to leave, she told me that she’s actually not studying there. For a while, I thought I just wouldn’t go because what am I supposed to do in Amsterdam for 2 days all by myself? (I traveled the world by myself which wasn’t a problem but I did realize that cities for a weekend are a bit harder by yourself than a whole country for weeks.)
After a while I decided to just go with it and I loved it!
Now, almost 2 years later, I went again to visit a friend who actually studies there and I loved it even more. This city is just full of stylish people, romantic little allies and a lot of things to discover!

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Africa for cowards

In 2012 my parents took me on a trip, I will never forget – to Namibia. I never really thought about Namibia as a country I wanted to go, South Africa was always first on my to-see-list in Africa, but since I rarely say no to any type of trips I found myself on a flight to Namibia. And I’m telling you, it should be on your list for sure! Not only because it’s Africa for cowards (since it’s so much safer than most of the other countries) but also because it has so much to offer. And to prove it to you, here are some of my favorite photos I took during that trip together with some tips.

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Photo Friday: Peru

Unfortunately I didn’t have enough time to see a lot of Peru since I’ve only been there for 2 weeks so I decided to just create another Photo Friday post out of my favourite pictures from that time because I wouldn’t do that country justice with the few tipps I could give you! I hope (and definitely believe) that those pictures will make you consider Peru as one of your next travel destinations!

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Photo Friday: New Zealand

Because pictures say more than a thousand words and on fridays most of us are too tired from the week to read long texts anyways, I decided to start a new category: Photo Friday. I’ll just feed you with pictures from my favourite places all around the world, starting with the one of the most picturesque places I’ve been to during my Around the world Trip – New Zealand. Here’s a little selection:

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