After 18 months, my travels came to an end. It wasn’t meant to be that early, but the Corona crisis came into my way. However, I can’t complain; I had the time of my life! This is a collection of the best moments, and there were enough of them!Read More Flo’s WorldTravel – Best moments
Cuba, it is probably the weirdest country I ever visited, and even though I left already, I still need to figure out some things. But was it worth to visit the country?Read More Cuba – is it worth visiting?
Isla Mujeres is a tiny island just off the coast from Cancun, and it was one of my favorite destinations in Mexico. Although I only spend one full day on the Island, I would recommend a visit.Read More A day in Isla Mujeres
Accidents happen, and things break, no matter where in the world you are. And although nothing terrible ever happened to me, I had some small incidents where I broke something, made a scratch or other people traveling with me had a similar thing.Read More How to act when an accident happens while being in a 3rd word country
Cancun is the main entry point for most tourists to Mexico, especially coming from Europe as it’s the cheapest flight. But what to expect from Cancun and the surrounding area?Read More Best things to do and see in Cancun and around
uxembourg is my home country, and I love it, but I haven’t been home for 14 months and traveled all year around Asia and Australia. I had the best time of my life, and it felt absolutely weird to be back home. I only stayed home for 20 days before I left again to travel around South America. It was so odd to get back home, and it made me think a lot.Read More Coming home for the first time after 14 months
Tomorrow, I’ll fly home for the first time in 14 months and only for three weeks before my journey continuous in South America. I left at the beginning of October 2018 and had the time of my life. So I decided to cut a video of the best moments, and it gives me goosebumps every time.Read More Best of the best from the last 14 months non-stop traveling
My hiking trip from Jiri to Mount Everest Base Camp was amazing, in general. Still, there were also many unpleasant moments, many things which weren’t luxurious, and many moments I wanted to give up. It’s an adventure, not a 5-star all-inclusive vacation. I knew that, and it’s totally fine with me. However, it was even harder in the end, then I could imagine. This is not a blog entry to keep you away from the whole thing; you should just know what you are getting into and be prepared. In the end, it was terrific, as you can read in my other entries.Read More Jiri to Mount Everest Base Camp – The hard and unpleasant part nobody talks about
Alongside all of the Jiri to Everest Base camp trail are tea houses where you can sleep, they are mostly in small villages or just as single homes on the way. There is no need to sleep in a tent, you’ll always have your room, and the quality is often better than I was expecting.Read More Jiri to Mount Everest Base Camp trail – The tea houses along the way
So, in the last post, I gave you a little overview over my trek from Jiri to Everest Base Camp, in this entry I’ll describe the trail in more details. How difficult was it? Was it hard to find, and how long did I hike a day?Read More Jiri to Mount Everest Base Camp – How was the trail?