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Departure checks in Andalucia and arrival on the Canary Islands

I have managed to leave Andalusia and am now sitting on Gran Canaria and can once again hit the keys a little. In fact, I left Andalusia exactly fittingly. Two days before my departure the rules were tightened a bit… Continue Reading…


Four weeks in Andalucia/Malaga

So, here I am writing to you now from beautiful Malaga. My car is repaired and tomorrow I can pick it up in the car repair shop. Time has passed incredibly fast and it is amazing how quick time passes… Continue Reading…


How to destroy a car window in a Renault Scenic and steal the battery

Here I am now in beautiful Malaga and for all the small thieves among you who hope that I will show you a small tutorial on how to open my car with little effort and steal an ancient battery… I… Continue Reading…


Down the Spanish coast and where you can see flamingos

But now a lot of time has passed without an entry in my blog. Unfortunately there will be a few less articles to read in October and November. Why this will be so and what has happened in the last… Continue Reading…


Relaxing days in Tossa de Mar at the Costa Brava

Well, here I am now in Tossa De Mar. And I really stepped on the gas to get quickly from the minus degrees in Andorra back to the pleasant areas around 20 degrees. As always, the planning for the next… Continue Reading…


how to survive a night snowed in in a car

It is now the end of September and I didn’t think I could expect snow south of France yet. But if you have read the previous entries here, you might be wondering… how south of France? Wasn’t I recently in… Continue Reading…


Diverse and beautiful Italy? Saying goodbye

In order to give a little sign of life, I quickly write down the last moments from Italy. I can already anticipate that I am acclimatising in Spain after an extremely cold night in Andorra. But as I am currently… Continue Reading…


Exploring Venice and tasting wine at Lake Garda

Well, here I was in San Marino and wondered, does it really make sense to visit Venice alone? Does this city still have flair and many sights? Or is Venice more for couples? To get the best possible answer, I… Continue Reading…


Day trip to Kotor and how to escape the police

So, now a chronologically unusual article, which I unfortunately have to insert four weeks later, because it was a really cool day trip. I went from Dubrovnik to Kotor in Montenegro. Montenegro is actually only a short distance from Dubrovnik… Continue Reading…


San Marino – the oldest republic in the world

Today I report to you about the fifth smallest country in the world, San Marino. San Marino has a long history and is probably also the oldest republic in the world. Some of you probably think, where is this piece… Continue Reading…


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