7 Reasons to Visit Strasbourg during Christmas Time
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Imagine strolling around snow-covered wooden chalets scattered all over the city. While sipping on a cup of mulled wine and watching quaint half-timbered houses lit up with thousands of festive winter lights. The scent of choucroute here, the savour of … Read More

Best European Destinations in November – Part 2
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November can be a great month to explore Europe.   There’s no doubt that the days are shorter, and the weather chillier. But in November prices are also lower than in any other month of the year, and tourists are either … Read More

Best European Destinations in November – Part 1
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In November, the days turn shorter and the leaves turn amber. Summer is long gone and winter holidays are still far away. In November, we sit amidst falling leaves, listening to the breath of autumn combing through our hair. In … Read More

Prickles and pigments… in Nazca, Peru
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We were driving past a cactus field in Nazca when our guide suddenly pulled over the vehicle. Come, I want to show you something, he said. The other couple in the car seemed to hesitate for a moment, but the … Read More

Travel (mis)adventures in London
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This morning I received a travel newsletter about the ten best capitals in Europe. London is one of them. The article features some breathtaking pictures of London, which made me decide to spend our next city trip in the British … Read More

2017: Back To Where Our Hearts Belong
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 1. Stories have to be told or they die, and when they die, we can’t remember who we are or why we’re here. – Sue Monk Kidd   By the end of 2016, we had two choices: we could … Read More

Cheese Tasting in Amsterdam
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“Look at my face. I have a beautiful, young and healthy skin, right? That’s because I’ve been eating cheese all my life!”   The cheesemonger’s face was full and a bit reddish. Just like the giant round cheese he was … Read More

Eating our way through Crete
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I just climbed out of the shower as Kerstin almost ran me over. Oh my god, I just made a very old woman run uphill!, she exclaimed. She had been sitting on our guesthouse’s rooftop, observing the deserted Lasithi Plateau, … Read More

Back to Paris… beyond nostalgia
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Do you think it was really the right decision to leave Paris?   Sitting on the Quai des Tuileries, I dangle my feet and try to avoid looking into Kerstin’s eyes. A couple of Japanese tourists walk past us, then … Read More

Slow traveling through Hoi An… in 24 Hours
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24 hours to visit a city is a bit thin. And the little town of Hoi An, located about 100 km south from Vietnam’s former imperial capital Hue, certainly has a lot to offer.   But there are many ways … Read More

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