Looking Back

This week was full of new experiences. Even though we haven’t been far away, we explored three new hotels, two new cities and a new airline! Moreover, we released several reviews and other interesting content of our earlier journeys!

Visiting Bremen? We got a helpful transportation guide for you!

Tram in Bremen

South Africa does not only have great nature, but also great lounges!

Buffet SLOW Lounge Johannesburg Airport

Beautiful metropolis, amazing running. Our running guide of Prague!

Running in Prague

Small streets, beautiful buildings and a lot of history. Our top things to do and see in Salzburg!

Salzburg historic city

A new resort near Berlin. Our review of the opening night at a-ja Resort Bad Saarow!

a-ja Bad Saarow Lobby

Enjoyable nature and several lovely animals. Learn more about De Hoop Nature Reserve!

De Hoop Nature Reserve

A new trip of us! We got some first impressions of Hilton The Hague!

Hilton The Hague Room

From The Hague to South Africa. Our city review of stunning Cape Town!

City Hall Cape Town 2

Back to the Netherlands. Some impressions of The Hague!

Street The Hague

Another night, another hotel. Two pictures of our Junior Suite at Hilton Rotterdam!

King Junior Suite Hilton Rotterdam

Running can be truly amazing, especially on the beach: Running in Hermanus!

Running in Hermanus

Another switch from South Africa to the Netherlands: Our impressions of Rotterdam!

Rotterdam Central Station

A beautiful animal: Our photo of the week!

Hyena Wildlife

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