What is it? How is it prepared? Local ingredients and meals are important to get to know a culture.
Grenada, the spice island, is located in the Caribbean and belongs to the Lesser Antilles. So for me it's off to the warm to this cold season!
Yesterday, the last evening on Grenada was celebrated. With rum and beer. And rum. There's a whole cat family in my head.
Do I really like Bangkok? So messy, so wild? So full of people and impenetrable traffic? Yes! A very clear YES! Because it's the beginning and the end of an adventure.
Porto looks romantic. Everything decays a little bit. We stroll through the streets of this hilly city and admire small details. A dried bunch of flowers on the fence, scratches on the door, old window shutters, cracked house tiles and crumbling little walls. It is as if the inhabitants of another time have left Porto, so that time can take over the city.
"Relax and think of something beautiful," says the woman from the cheesy series on TV.
Okay - then it smells like spices! And after all spices at the same time.
I feel like in a Disney movie. The cayman rolls his eyes first to the right, then to the left before he winks and submerges me.
Basically, I wanted to stay a little longer in La Paz, but after the return flight from Rurrenabaque I was a little different. The difference in altitude of about 3,550 m has bothered me a little. And as it turned out, this was a good idea, otherwise I would not have gotten out of La Paz that fast.
Chicken - Not here and not there - Mochilero - Soft and sticky - Me! - Hippies no. 1 - By the Wind - Nerds - Hippies no. 2.
I know South Tyrol since I was little. Already as a baby, I was on the Alpe di Siusi. At the age of ten, I learned the song "Apples and Bananas" from my godmother and together with her daughter sang the songs of Meran up and down.