시작이 반이다 “Starting is half the task” Or welcome back on our blog. I know time is going quick and we get older. But it’s never too late to tell a good story. What would be your destination, if you went to Asia for the first time? Tokyo? Shanghai? Bangkok? Who of you would choose … More Seoul
“Could you Adam and Eve it?” It’s Christmas time. Time to meet the beloved people and find some warm palaces to rest the head. Why not traveling? It is the best moment to visit my favorite city of all time: London. Thanks to Uru I have now the chance to spend a whole week in this amazing … More Next Stop – London
Ich kenne die russischen Züge. Ich kenne die vollen Waggons, die sich wiederholende sanfte Musik der rauschenden Schienen und den Geschmack des heißen Tees auf der Fahrt. Zu den russischen Zügen gehören auch die dreckigen Toiletten, das unfreundliche Personal und die schlaflosen Nächte. In Moskau eilten wir zu einem Zug, der ganz anders war, als … More Die transsibirische Eisenbahn (1) – Immer mit der Ruhe
The Video HERE Volcanoes can be mentioned together with Japan in one sentence. Considering that 71% of Japan land side consists of mountains, the number of “only” 109 volcanoes seems pretty small. Mount Fuji (or Fuji-San as the Japanese add the suffix -san out of respect) is the most famous volcano. We decided to visit at … More Sleeping on a Volcano in Japan – Mount Aso
And it’s finally happened: Frank Sinatra in Moscow. Video HERE What a lovely city! Gonna miss it.
Video Here Horse milk has a bloody strong acidic and “healthy” taste. The traditional name is “Kumis”. It is famous in nomad cultures like the “Buryati” which were dependent in their horses. It is said that the milk helps preventing sicknesses. The Buryati culture is settled in Ulan Ude in south-east Siberia. (More informations comming … More Trying horse milk with our host