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My Trip Around the World – A Dream Come True
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8 Months – 13 Countries – 4 Continents
“My Trip Around the World – A Dream Come True” is about the ups and downs of my trip around the world. I tell you how I collected miles for about five years only to get a Round the World Ticket. This made me travel for eight months to 13 countries on four continents. The book is for globetrotters, travel fans and everybody who wants to become one. Let me take you on a trip to South America, North America, Oceania and Asia!
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ADVERTISING At the invitation of the Kitzbüheler Alpen St. Johann Tourism Association in Tyrol I went to Austria in June to hike the Koasa Trail there. I was able to combine it perfectly with another motorcycle trip as I wanted to go to Rovinj for the Summer Sensual...read more
In January, I went to Koh Samui, where I spent a week with a friend who is also a digital nomad. The island is located in the Gulf of Thailand and is very popular with tourists. The things to do in Koh Samui make sure that you won't get bored...Koh Samui –...read more
My mother passed away on May 17th after a serious illness. On May 25th would have been her 62nd birthday, which she would have celebrated in Venice as it was her tradition. To honor her memory and to feel close to her once again, I went with my whole family to the...read more
ADVERTISEMENT After the ITB – the International Tourism Exchange in Berlin – I got an invitation from the Tourism Authority of Thailand and Thai Airways to two regions of Thailand that I had never heard of before: to Chumphon and Ranong. I have already written a post...read more
ADVERTISEMENT In May, I was invited by the Tourism Authority of Thailand and Thai Airways to visit a region of Thailand I had never visited before: Chumphon and Ranong. The latter borders Myanmar (formerly Burma) in the west and on the Andaman Sea. Maybe you've heard...read more
WERBUNG Nachdem ich auf der diesjährigens ITB – der Internationalen Tourismusbörse in Berlin – mit dem Tourism Board von Thailand ins Gespräch gekommen bin, kam prompt eine Einladung nach Chumphon und Ranong. Dieser bin ich gerne gefolgt, sodass ich Ende April und...read more