“Travel is the desire for life.”
Currently in Berlin
New blog entry: A few minutes in North Korea (2018-03-11)
The borderline of Korea is one of the best-guarded ones in the world. Between peace and freedom village, blue houses, soldiers, conflicts and secret tunnels lay a tourist attraction between North and South Korea.
New blog entry: Daily life in South Korea Pt. II (2017-06-27)
High-tech toilets, smileys which look like a butt, life jackets in water parks, funny holidays with black noodles and teaching videos in the metro, which show you how to use the escalator in the right way – that’s South Korea with part II.
New blog entry: Daily life in South Korea Pt.I (2017-05-31)
High-Tech toilets, smileys which look like a butt, life jackets in water parks, funny holidays with black noodles and teaching videos in the metro which show you how to use the escalator in the right way – that’s South Korea.
New blog entry: 222 days of Asia (2017-05-22)
Snorkeling with fishes, kayaking, Street Art, a lot of Buddhist temples, eating insects, public bath, vulcanos, motor rides, meditation with a monk, Full Moon Party, dolphins …
New blog entry: Tears in crazy Saigon (2017-02-08)
How I arrived in Saigon (Ho-Chi-Minh-City) and realised I am a multi-millionaire. I learned about the Vietnam War, visited a theatre where puppets dance over the water and took a boat in the jungle.
Vietnam comes soon (2017-01-28)
Hello! I am still alive and so sorry I didn’t write a new entry for so long. I really underestimate how much work travel is 😉 – especially when you have a handwritten travel journal (I am already writing in book number three) but also a blog. So don’t worry, since I wrote all my experiences down I will tell you about everything. After South Korea and Japan, I travelled to Beijing, Hong Kong, Macao and Vietnam. At the moment I am on the wonderful island Don Det, one of the 4,000 islands on the Mekong River in Laos. I think I found paradise here (unfortunately, also paradise has mosquitos). Nonetheless, I started to write a new entry about Vietnam, which will go online soon (I promise, I already wrote the English part, I only have to translate it in German and upload all photos). And also my next journey to Siem Reap in Cambodia is already planned. So you will hear from me soon. Happy Chinese New Year, Flo
New blog entry: Jeju – The vacation paradise of South Korea Pt. II
After waterfalls, new fruits and a visit of the famous Seongsan Ilchulbong, I traveled to the Western side of the island. At the third day, I visited the Hallim Park and the Hyeopjae Beach.
New blog entry: Jeju – The vacation paradise of South Korea Pt. I (2016-10-30)
Three days in the vacation paradise of South Korea, the island of the little grandfathers, the hallabong fruit and beaches which look like they were stolen from a high glossy magazine.
Weekend trip to Jeju (2016-10-15)
This weekend I flew to Koreas little vacation paradise: the island Jeju. I will stay here for three days and try to explore as much as possible from the island. Of course I will write about my trip as soon as possible. Since I have also mid term exams next week I’m a little bit busy and hope you will understand, when I need a little bit more time to write a new article. Nonetheless, hope to see you soon.
My “real” travel journal (2016-09-29)
The choice of the name of my blog is not a coincidence. I named my blog “My Travel Journal” because I love writing and collecting travel stuff from my journeys. In 2011 I started my first travel journal about a trip to Paris and Nantes. Mostly it’s more writing on blank pages, but this time, I decorated my sites with colourful masking tape (since I also love scrapbooking). I did something similar last year, when I travelled to South America – it was the first time I left Europe, so really exciting for me. For sure at some time I will also show you some photos of my travel journals … but not before I’m back in Germany. And that has still plenty of time ;).
New blog entry: Traditional Korea (2016-09-26)
South Korea is still full of traditions and folkways. Seoul by oneself has five old King Palaces and different Hanok Villages, where the old Korean traditions are still alive.