In light of recent events – trapped by a (man) cold

Runny or stuffy nose, scratchy throat, sneezing, using up tissues all day long, cough and headache – everyone knows the symptoms of a common cold. Under the current circumstances that my beloved better half is… Continue reading

Nightly reflections

Picture of the day #5 It was my first time in the big apple. Weeks before, I had already been excited of visiting New York, the city of my favourite films and TV… Continue reading

Unlikely friendship is often the best

Everything is better with the right friends by your side.The best friends are not always those who resemble us the most and who share our opinions.

Find your bridge and get over it

Picture of the day # 4 Actually, I’ve got 2 pictures for today because they are my prove that I was brave enough to get over those bridges. Probably, you can imagine my heart beating… Continue reading

Rainbows, Fjords & Waterfalls

Before my trip to Iceland, my perception of this northern island was frosty coldness mixed with rainy ever changing weather and lava fields, volcanoes and stinky boiling  mud pots. Instead, it was almost 24 hours a day… Continue reading

Austrian beauty: Knallstein

Picture of the day #3 The Knallstein is an easy hike in the Sölktal. On the way to the summit, one passes by four lakes mirroring the picturesque scenery. Top: 2599m Tour – approx. 5-6… Continue reading

One day in the life of a cat

Picture of the day #2 Well, the best days start with a short nap – a so called catnap. Nomen est omen. Strictly followed by some catlick, which itself is so terribly exhausting… Continue reading

Going West or dancing with the puffins

The Icelandic Westfjords are a speciality on their own. I have never seen anything like the Latrabjarg bird cliffs. But this to come later. Driving with our small car on pretty adventurous gravel… Continue reading

Bunny Warhole Style

a carrot a day…. picture of the day # 1

White nights and rotten eggs

Iceland is by far the coolest country for travelling and adventures (not just in the truest sense of the word). You land at Keflavik airport, basically in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by lava fields. It’s… Continue reading