While I feel the excitement when opening a Lonely Planet of Rough Guide -- leafing through the pages, envisioning yourself canvassing the night market in Marrakesh or exploring the Alhambra in Granada upon reading the little blurbs, whipping out a marker whenever you
What's a 'Wanderlust Soundtrack' you ask? Longtime readers of this blog might have noticed that I occasionally like to pinch a more or less famous song title as the headline for my posts. Though I am miserable at remembering lyrics I love music of most
After one year of traveling through Italy--from Rome to Basilicata, Puglia, and Sicily in the South to Tuscany and North--it is time to share with you my ultimate tips of how to navigate the country without your own car. Rome2Rio To me,
Ah, the glam of solo travel! Sunday was yet another Valentine's Day I spent as a single. I was sitting in a nice bungalow on a hill in the Tuscan countryside, surrounded by a dozen dogs, binging on romantic movies
It was exactly one year ago today, on a sunny Sunday morning, that I set out on an elaborate adventure. I had it in my head to walk from my home town Berlin to Biarritz at the French Atlantic coast.