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My Trip Around the World – A Dream Come True
Do you already know “My Trip Around the World – A Dream Come True”? If you like my blog, you will love my book or ebook. And it’s finally available in English, too!
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!
Hi, awesome to have you here! My name is Barbara Riedel, I am an Interpreter & Translator, Zumba® Instructor, Blogger and Author! On Barbaralicious I am trying to combine all my passions: for traveling, writing and languages. I am completely addicted to traveling and normally I am alone when I hit the road. I love to be able to speak my different languages, to learn more and to explore new countries and cultures.
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If you've been to Thailand before, you've probably heard of the small town of Pai. It is located north of Chiang Mai and is a perfect destination for a trip from Thailand's capital of the north and the stronghold of digital nomads. How to Get to Pai? There are...read more
Facts About Israel Israel lies on the Mediterranean Sea and borders Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, the West Bank, and Gaza. It was proclaimed a representative democracy in 1948. Geographically it belongs to the Middle East, while geologically it is still part of Africa....read more
ADVERTISEMENT – UNPAID – COLLABORATION I find Israel relatively easy to travel. Almost everyone speaks English, the infrastructure is good and the country is generally very tourist friendly. For those who still had doubts whether they could find their way around a...read more
ADVERTISEMENT – UNPAID – COLLABORATION This August, I had another very special goal on my schedule: I was invited to Israel for a month. For the flight there I chose the airline Germania, which among other destinations offers flights from Berlin to Tel Aviv. The city...read more
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