Hello Stranger and Welcome on My Travel Journal-Blog,

What is this page about? Well, fair question! This blog is inspired by my travel journals which I love to carry with me when I am travelling. Therefore, it is about telling stories, learning about cultures, dipping into adventures with me and creating some Wanderlust. But also to get some travel tips and find inspiration in journaling. Still questions? Then read more here

Though get a drink, feel comfy and I hope I can bring you to some other places in this world and share some of my most precious memories with you. 
Thanks for being here. Have fun exploring my blog and reading some stories,



Currently in: Berlin
Planned: Madeira

New blog post: Top Activities for Sal – and is it worth the money? (2023-ß9-04)

Salinas of Santa Maria

Observing sharks, floating on water, catching a Fata Morgana, crossing the desert by bike or kite surfing are only a few activities of the Cap Verdian paradise Sal. I share with you the top activities and answer the question if it is worth it.

New blog post: My favourite spots and hikes on Santo Antão (2023-08-26)

The village Formiguinha

Which are the best places and views on Santo Antão you should not miss? The second biggest island of Cabo Verde offers a lot of beautiful and unique viewing points, as well as hikes and little fishing villages. I share my favourite spots and hiking highlights with you plus tell you how to reach them.

New blog post: Santiago on a budget – Top 6 activities (2023-08-13)

The national park Serra Malagueta

Santiago is kind of an all-rounder offering you different activities from hiking, over swimming to exploring the culture of Cabo Verde. Explore more about the history of the country, visit a village of rebels, and learn more about how Cabo Verde was used for the slave trade.  Here are six tips on what to do on Santiago if you want to save some money but still have a good time.

New blog post: Best Street Art spots on Cabo Verde (2023-08-06)

Street portrait of a whale

Cabo Verde’s islands are full of colourful street art and murals. In this blog post I will share my favourite art I found visiting the four islands Santiago, São Vicente, Santo Antão and Sal.

New blog post: 12 Voltas – A hidden gem of São Vicente (2023-07-31)

12 Voltas, a sandy cave

Did you ever visit a sand cave made by the ocean’s water? On São Vicente you can find 12 Voltas – a sandy underground labyrinth. I share with you how to find this hidden gem.