About wet Tents, the Jungfraujoch and Adventurous Climbing

It was Wednesday, at 2:33 a.m. when I first looked at the time. Then 3:27, and I saw Sara, watching her phone. Something liquid dropped onto our faces. The tent – it’s a really old and cheap one - was completely and drippingly wet inside… it didn’t even rain! So we decided, we’ll get a waterproof tent the next day. Sara and I tried to sleep again that night. But we didn’t fall asleep anymore.

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Let's Go Camping!

A new adventure begins. Sara, a friend of mine, and I decided to go road tripping and camping for 1- 2 weeks around Switzerland. Today is our first day of our trip. After packing our bags (it literally seemed as if we were emigrating somewhere else) and stuffing everything into Sara’s car, we bought some food and the last few items we needed.

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¡Hola de la Ciudad de México!

It was a very spontaneous decision to travel to Mexico. Lisa, the lovely girlfriend of one of my brothers (she is a flight attendant), asked me one week before departure if I would want to accompany her, another flight attendant- and a pilot friend on a trip to Mexico. Of course I couldn’t say no.. I've never really thought about the land of the Aztec, Maya and Inca and I wouldn’t have travelled there on my own. But you have to take the chance and be ready for new adventures.

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Tasmania from its best - PART 3/3

Weeelll.. It's been now a reeeally long time since I've updated my blog. Uni has occupied me a lot so that I hadn't found time for writing. But as I finally want to finish my blog about Oz (to give place to new adventures), I need to find some time ;). Anyway, my last day on my Tassie tour started with a typical Aussie brekkie: toast with vegemite! Yum! At 8am, we all met at the reception for going onto the bus. Well, we should have met at 8..

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