Another year has passed, and this blog is getting quieter and quieter. I haven’t been writing a lot. At least you might think. But behind the scenes, speaking of IN MY LIFE, I was writing a lot of stories. I lived, in a way that I never thought I would live. And I am gonna tell you a secret.
All you need to know about Border Crossing in Central America – find it here! As this is a very important, and often requested topic when traveling Central America, I wanna give you a general overview of how border crossing works. PLUS you´ll find some personal tips that make it easier for you to get to your next destination. AND all the details to the borders I have crossed while my trip.
So here it is. Finally. The truth about why I quit the job that I loved. How my first real solo travel adventure changed my life and why it took me a little bit longer to publish this entry.
I have a good life. Of that I am sure. And times like this, like when I was back home in Vienna for a week, or now that Christmas is almost over, once again showed me how good it is. And I am happy about that. I appreciate it. I embrace it and try to make it even better by being a good person.
Staying in a hostel is different to everything else. It is more intense than sharing a flat, because you are basically sharing not only the shower. You also share a room and therefore a lot of privacy. Being polite and showing respect is a good start to a happy hostel stay, but here are some general rules you should keep in mind, when it comes to staying in a hostel.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the famous Salzburger Festspiele and the Sound of Music. This is what might pop into your mind when thinking about beautiful Salzburg city. Here I will tell you how to see most of the city within just one to two days. Touri-Tour package style – let´s start! 😉
Although I already wrote a blog post about being offline, which was approximately one year ago, I think I owe you another one, as there hasn´t been a proper update in half a year. This is gonna be honest, personal and not as long as you might expect.