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Still need inspiration for your next holiday? Or maybe you're travelling to Cambodia in the next couple of months? Be sure to check out this paradise island in the Gulf of Thailand! #BeachParadise
Less than 200 kilometres bee-line lie between Cambodia’s island paradise and the well known beach-neighbour Thailand. Thailand’s picturesque beaches attract millions of tourists every year, but this popularity has its price: finding a pristine, quite spot has become almost impossib…
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The walk into the cater would include sharp drops, slippery steps and a toxic turquoise lake. At almost 2.800 metres, this place is a working mine where men carry up to 100 kilos of sulfur out of the mouth of the volcano down to the weighing station. They do this by hand up to three times a day, six days a week, starting at 1 a.m. when it’s still cool outside.
The adventure I’m about to write about was on our list since we’ve first seen the documentary Workingman’s Death by Austrian film director Michael Glawogger. The documentary shows difficult working conditions around the world. It was also our inspiration for visiting the sh…
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The road of 52 tunnels is not just any hike; it’s a hike through history. This military mountain road was built during World War I. It was (and still is) a real masterpiece of military engineering and boldness, considering the conditions back then. It was constructed in just 10 months from February to November 1917! #Italy  
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Bahamas anyone?
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Bilderbuchschöne Strände machen die Bahamas zu einer der beliebtesten Destinationen in der Karibik. Wir nehmen euch mit auf den Inselstaat in der Karibik.
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Prague’s centre is a cultural treasure chamber! #Photography   #Travel
We live in the heart of Europe. Austria is surrounded by eight countries: Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany and the Czech Republic. This makes a short weekend trip to either one oft them nothing out of the ordinary. Just recently, we had the opportunity to trav…
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Millions of years ago volcanic eruptions shaped these bizarre mushrooms, fairy chimneys and pointed caps out of stone. The landscape of #Cappadocia, with houses carved into stone, looks like a different world, a dreamland many say. Even today several people still live in these caves made of lava stone. #RoadTrip
The rough, yet elegant landscape of Cappadocia kept me daydreaming for many years. I was finally able to visit this famous world heritage site in the central Anatolia region during our two week road trip through Turkey. Cappadocia: A World Heritage Dreamland. Millions of years ago volcanic erupti…
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Admiring the beautifully decorated windows of 5th Avenue, ice skating in Central Park and seeing the most iconic Christmas tree in front of the Rockefeller Center – just a couple of things I’ve always wanted to do. But I tell you what, Christmas in New York is NOT that special.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Yes, Christmas is wonderful, but by it I actually mean Christmas in New York! It’s always been a dream of mine to visit this magical city in December and my dream finally came true. Or maybe not? Admiring the beautifully decorated windows of 5t…
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Matera is located in a remote corner of southern Italy in the small region Basilicata. It’s not the easiest place to reach and it took 14 hours of driving from Vienna, but because of it’s remoteness #Matera has managed to remain relatively unknown, especially to foreign tourists.
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From Los Angeles to San Francisco you’ll either drive along the scenic and legendarily Highway 1, or along the faster inland route Highway 101. One of California’s most beautiful cities lies along the way: Santa Barbara. #RoadTrip   #SantaBarabra   #Hiking  
This article was written in collaboration with Expedia.com. The West Coast of the United States is a popular road trip destination among tourists and locals. Driving from South to North (or vice versa) will offer spectacular views, amazing national parks and vibrant cities. From Los Angeles to San F…
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Still need an idea for a weekend getaway? Innervillgraten is one of the most traditional and most beautiful mountain villages in Tyrol. Approximately 940 people call it their home and it’s a very typical scattered settlement at around 1402 metres above sea level. The region is one of the most remote regions in Austria and is only accessible throughout the year since 1956. This gives you a hint of what our next couple of days looked like. #Weekend #Austria
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‪#‎Mumbai‬ is a real megacity. Prepare yourself for one of Indias most bustling, chaotic and energetic places. It’s home to some of Asia’s biggest slums, a thriving film industry (Bollywood, Hollywood), the grandest colonial-era architecture and millions and millions of people.
Mumbai is a real megacity. Prepare yourself for one of Indias most bustling, chaotic and energetic places. It’s home to some of Asia’s biggest slums, a thriving film industry (Bollywood, Hollywood), the grandest colonial-era architecture and millions and millions of people. The city’…
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Safdarjung’s Tomb was built in 1753 – 54 by Shuja-ud-Daulah as a tribute to his fathers memory, Safdarjung and is a pretty impressive building. After entering through the double storey gateway, you’ll forget all about the noisy street life you just came from. In the centre of the garden, the mausoleum rises gracefully from a high platform. #India   #Delhi #Travel  
When travelling to India, either Delhi or Mumbai are usually the starting points for our adventures. On one of our most recent trips, Delhi made the cut. Although the Indian capital is often referred to as the slum capital of the world, we appreciate this city as much an any other we’ve visi…
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