Today, it was rather rainy. So, I decided to forgo my planned hike on the Sorrento peninsula, and visited the ruins of Herculaneum and the National Museum of Archeology in Naples instead. Continue reading The ruins of Herculaneum
Today, I explored the ruins of Pompeii. I was amazed by the sheer size of the excavations – it is truly a city! Continue reading The ruins of Pompeii
Unfortunately, today was rather rainy. Luckily, I have already spent one morning exploring the City of Luxembourg. So, I had already seen a bit of the old town, and was happy to spend my time today in several museums. Continue reading City without castle
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)!
Again, I was exploring some canyons ̵ at least in a broader sense: The focus were the cliff dwellings along the canyons of Mesa Verde. Continue reading Living at the edge of the green table
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
The last four days I spent in Santa Ana. From there, I went on several day trips on which I got to know the El Salvador more or less as I was expecting it. Continue reading El Salvador at its best
From Semuc Champey I went to Cobán, and from there to Copán (Ruinas) in Honduras. There, I visited some more ruins which were again different from the ones I visited so far. Continue reading From Cobán to Copán