Looking back on week 51

We had a really exciting week in South Africa including more of the Garden Route and some safaris. Not to forget about the hotels we are staying at! Nevertheless, our usual guides and reviews were posted, so if you missed anything, be sure to read this look back.

Starting with some impressions of Hermanus, to be more precise, Grotto Beach!

grotto beach

Next stop of our trip: Hilton Cape Town City Center!

Hilton Cape Town Executive Room

A real gem in the heart of Berlin is the Hotel de Rome!

Hotel de Rome Berlin Deluxe Room

Back to Africa and its lovely Cape Town!

south africa, cape town

Changing the hotel in Cape Town led us to The Table Bay Hotel!

Cape Town, South Africa

About noon, we set off to Robben Island!

Robben Island

Time to remember a lovely running experience in Szczecin!

Running in Szczecin

Third night in Cape Town, at the Taj Hotel!

Cape Town Taj South Africa

Vienna is a popular destination and here’s how to get around best!

Tram Vienna

Amazing and exciting – an elephant safari!


Shambala Private Game Reserve offers stunning accommodation!

Shambala Zulu Camp

It’s been some time, but here’s the city review for Düsseldorf!

Düsseldorf Schloss Benrath

Having spotted four of the big five, we shared our photos!

White Rhino Big Five

Another transportation guide, this time for Vilnius, is online!

Bus Vilnius

We left the amazing lodge and checked-in at The Maslow Johannesburg!

The Maslow Johannesburg

Last but not least, a stunning sunset just looks so peaceful!

Sunset in South Africa


5 Comments on “Looking back on week 51”

  1. You guys make me want to pack up leave tomorrow! This journey has always been on my ‘to do wanderlust list’… thanks for sharing!

    • They were very special! Not in regards of its size, but it was built in the style of the Zulu and the bathroom was great – two showers (outdoor and indoor) and daylight and so on. However, no Wi-Fi, just in the lobby. But this game reserve is not about the rooms, but about the amazing experiences and activities outdoor 🙂

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