After twelve years, I finally returned to the holiday destination of my childhood: Greece. The first three days, I spent on a (very popular) island that I have not visited so far: Santorini. Continue reading Santorini – a must-see (by popular vote)!
Three weeks after my return from my two-months-long trip through Central America, I would like to look back on the highlights of my trip. Continue reading The highlights of eight weeks in Central America
In Winter 2016, I got to know the culture of the Mayas (in Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador). I also had some relaxing days on the beach, and went hiking in the Guatemaltecan highlands.
Caye Caulker, my first stop in Belize, was a very Caribbean destination. Continue reading Caribbean life
Bacalar with its laguna (also called "Laguna de las Siete Colores", i.e. "Laguna of the Seven Colors") has been as I expected Tulum to be: very relaxing. Continue reading Bacalar, the better version of Tulum
I spent less time in Tulum than originally planned – it was just too cold for relaxing on the beach. Continue reading The best from three worlds
My vacation in Croatia was rather atypical for me. Apart from exploring some cities and national parks, I mainly spent my time relaxing on the beach. Pure indulgence!
The last destination of my stay in Croatia was also the least touristy: the island of Vis. This island used to be a military base (up to 1989). Therefore, it is not yet that developed for toursists. However, that was just what I wanted. So, I simply spent my time lazying around and enjoying the island life on Vis and the neighbouring island of Biševo. Continue reading Green Hills and Blue Caves
Hvar is known to be a party island. However, it is also suitable for relaxing and doing nothing – being a Croatian island, it also has sun and beach to offer. Continue reading Relaxing on the Party Island
For the last one-and-a-half days, I explored the oldtown of Trogir – at a very relaxed pace. Continue reading Trogir for the Relaxed