Traveling

Where we are and why it’s so quiet on the blog

Hello, It’s been a while. Sorry about the silence. I finally want to give you a brief overview of what happened, where we are and what’s about to come. Short version: We’re still traveling and we’re still liking it. And we’ll get blogging going again. Detailed version: In the beginning of September we were still in…

Whaddaboudatripod, did che use 1?

Or in other words: How I caught the milky way.This is especially for Sascha who wants to know all the details about the below shown photograph. First and foremost a fantastic night sky was needed. I happened to find it at ‎Longsword Vineyard in Oregon. But more about the location later.   I took only a couple of…

Farmer’s couch and fisheye

On the road to Hood River, Oregon! It’s the first day of our trip and I’ve already forgotten all the stress at work. A day all of the sudden seems to be filled with much more time. And gliding down the highway with 55 miles an hour is a very smooth sail. North California passes by: dusty,…

Mondays Around the World ~ Traveling in Belize City

John, a Canadian originally from Windsor, Ontario, is just beginning his world travels outside of North America. He started his trip in Cancun, Mexico and has since gone South, most recently through Belize. He has spent time in San Ignacio, Cayo Province and on the key island of San Pedro. In Belize City he stayed with…

Coast to Coast – USA cross country with a Ford E150

Kansas

Twinky on the road from East Coast to West Coast. Twinky is a big, blue Ford E150 Camper Van with room for seven sitting people and when we flip the bench, there is enough room for two sleeping guys. We planned to mostly drive but a nap every now and then wouldn’t hurt. We’re moving…

Exploring the world one coast at a time

Packing. I seem to be always packing. Packing a trolley for a short business trip, unpacking afterwards, packing a backpack for a weekend trip, and unpacking again, packing kites and other stuff into Twinky, the van, and for the long term stuff I pack boxes. Since I’ve been living in New York I’ve managed to…

Volunteer for a day ~ Santa Emilia, Nicaragua

Painted kids hands

Fun things are happening in the colorful city of Granada in Nicaragua! Travelers from all over the world volunteer for a day to teach kids art in the Project EcoARTE. A family from Israel, a couple from Ireland, an elderly married couple from Netherlands and young bag-packers on their journey through Central-America take the opportunity…