A lot has changed since I wrote my last post… At the beginning, this blog was more or less my travel journey, but because of the current situation, I didn’t get to travel much in 2020, but this doesn’t mean that I was stuck in one place. In fact Corona made a refugee out of … More Is this it???
Climbers are special, because they optimize everything and especially time 🙂 . When is the right time for a rest day? First, you check the weather forecast to decide when to have a rest day. How to productively use the rest day? By driving to another climbing location of course. The landscape didn´t change that … More Viva Las Vegas
My travels through the States were somehow inspired by English songs, so I was thinking I would just follow the lyrics from the Eagles that mentions Arizona. I didn’t “have seven women” or men “on my mind” (what are they singing about?!), but CLIMBING. So “I was standing on a corner in” Benson, Arizona “such … More Take It Easy
One day I decided to try a 42m long 6c in the sector Weiße Wand, which was a project from Cecile (a French woman). It was a real eye-catcher pointing toward the sky. The route was equipped with quickdraws almost till the end, so I thought “I will give it a try”. It was super … More Ups and downs in Lao PART II
My father always told me, that there is only one must in life… to die. This is the only thing we all will face at the end of our lives, everything else is optional. Because life is offering so much opportunity, I was always interested where it can bring me, so I was going with the … More Go for the FLO(w)
Trains… it is the best way of getting from point A to point B, where you have enough space for your legs, can go on the toilet whenever you need, read books or start a conversation with a total stranger. On my train journeys, I saw people getting in and getting out on different stations … More North teaches South