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Alaska here I am and do I hug, cuddle or fight a bear

As if it should be no different, I arrived in Alaska. At no point during my trip was Alaska a destination, but as is often the case… spontaneity wins in the end. I met Erin, who now lives in Anchorage,… Continue Reading…


My way up to Monterrey, how a dog bit me, desert, cactuses and the sea in Baja California Sur

Leaving the surroundings of Ciudad Valles (state of San Luis Potosi) was not so easy because of the beautiful nature and the nice people. Nevertheless, the journey has to continue bit by bit and so I set off for Monterrey.… Continue Reading…


Why is San Luis Potosi one of the top states in Mexico?

After leaving Guadalajara behind, I invested a little time in researching the best way to get to San Luis Potosi. This is one of the states that lies a little further north and is therefore a little off the popular… Continue Reading…


5 awesome things to do in Guadalajara

Here I was in Guadalajara. Originally, it was definitely not a planned destination, but in the end, most travellers could only tell me positive things about Guadalajara. So I also wanted to give the city a chance to take a… Continue Reading…


The wonderful Marieta Islands, Sayulita and Puerto Vallarta

After the great days at the beautiful lagoon of Bacalar, I had several options…. One was to move further north and enjoy the beautiful cenotes and the Caribbean Sea. Since the area north of Bacalar (Cancun, Tulum, Playa del Carmen,… Continue Reading…


The Beauty of the Bacalar Lagoon

After the impressive trip to Las Coloradas and some cenotes in Yucatan, I went via Valladolid to the tourist stronghold, the state of Quintana Roo. As I had already heard a lot about the countless parties in Cancun, Tulum and… Continue Reading…


How to get to Las Coloradas on Budget?

There are several sights in the beautiful Yucatan. In the following, I will briefly describe how you can get to one of the highlights in the north of Yucatan quickly and cheaply, namely the pink lakes and the flamingos in… Continue Reading…


Chiapas/San Cristobal and why every tourist stays here longer?

For many, the state of Chiapas, along with Oaxaca, is a highlight of a trip to Mexico. Chiapas is one of the poorest states in Mexico, even though it has an impressive mix of beautiful waterfalls, dreamlike landscapes, impressive ruins… Continue Reading…


Oaxaca – the city close to the Pacific and Atlantic oceans

Here I am, struggling with a stomach bug for the last week and taking a nice dose of antibiotics. The good news is that I survived the food capital Oaxaca just fine. I’ll report on my battle with bacteria in… Continue Reading…


The alternative way of living in Puerto Escondido

Six weeks ago, I arrived in Puerto Escondido. Puerto Escondido has made a name for itself in Mexico for surfing and parties. But it can also be done differently. This small town with its nice inhabitants is really cosy, especially… Continue Reading…


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