Part of the reason for our eventful Adriatic Sea crossing was that we had booked a few days in a kids-friendly hotel in Apulia, which we didn’t want to miss. The transition from camper life […]
We woke up in Dubrovnik on our last day in Croatia. The plan was simple: Lounge through the morning, do some last sightseeing and leisurely catch the 8pm ferry to Italy.
Our month-long stay in Croatia can roughly be divided into three activities: Hanging out by the coast/beach, visiting a few national parks and experiencing the cities. The previous blog entry on Istria already showed some […]
Given that I worked in the e-commerce area for the better part of a decade, this episode struck me as somewhere between hilarious and devastating. To understand the context, one must know that the charger […]
With our stay in Cavallino we had entered phase three of our trip: The Adriatic coast. Neither of us had been in this part of the world before, so we really looked forward to it.
We decided to spice up our stopover on the Faröer Islands with a true highlight of the UEFA calendar: The qualifier game between Denmark and the Faröes for the U21 European Championships.
Upon coming back to Iceland we quickly made our way back to the north. We had three main items left on our list of things to see: Humpback whales, Myvatn and Askja.
Three quarters of Icelanders live in or around Reykjavik. That still only makes about 200.000 people, but I can assure you that after 2.5 weeks of glaciers, offroading and general desolation this felt like New York City to me.
A long drive had taken us to Akureyri, the main city in the north and Iceland’s second largest city. Our next main destination would be a detour to Reykjavik, so we would need to backtrack south.
One of the amazing things in Iceland is how much water exists and how important it is. It shapes the country through rivers, rain and floods, in frozen form it forms Europe’s biggest glaciers and […]