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Craftsmen in Bassam

The city where music never stops – Grand Bassam

By On April 9, 2014

You might have a certain image of Africans sitting on the beach drinking cocoa milk from a coconut and playing drums. Well, this kind of image is not that far fetched from… Read More


The Friend of a Friend

By On April 8, 2014

Havana. What do you have in mind when Havana is so unbelievably close to you? I do have to admit, I thought about some scenes in Dirty Dancing 2, a terrible movie,… Read More


In the end, he just wanted a dollar.

By On March 28, 2014

I’m sitting in a taxi. Loud music is coming out of the soundsystem. I stare at the women with their almost non-existent clothes dancing in the videos on the flatscreens. There is… Read More


Morocco travel tips: A weekend in Essaouira

By On January 25, 2014

Essaouira is a small village located on the Moroccan Atlantic coast – wind, fishing boats and seagulls definitely belong to the village as much as tea in one of the many tea… Read More


How Cubans make Mojitos: The real deal

By On January 7, 2014

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My Top 10 Highlights of 2013

By On January 2, 2014

2013 was one of the most exciting years I have ever had. I lived in three different countries and reached my own little travel limits once in a while. Still: I travelled… Read More


Cork – Ireland’s little cozy paradise

By On December 5, 2013

When visiting Ireland, make sure you check out Cork! Although it’s often in Dublin’s shadow, its little allies, homy cafés and traditional pubs are definitely worth a trip! Together with Roop Gill,… Read More

Dublin ENG

Dublin travel guide: 24 Hours in THE city

By On November 28, 2013

When two travel bloggers go on a trip, you better expect a detailed blog post. Co-authored by Roop Gill If you are a student with innate wanderlust, you take opportunity of every… Read More