The Balearic Islands are small and manageable. In addition, rich and relatively independent of the mainland. Ideal conditions to change something. Now the islands have taken a course on sustainability and ecology. I love both: eco and the Balearic Islands. So look no further than what's going on there in terms of the environment.
"Crazy-Yoga" is a discipline from the creative box for alternative offers. When the glaciers melt and the snow stops, the villages around the ski resorts have to come up with something. And why should the craziest yoga ideas stay where they are born, namely in the US?
If I go to the same place twice, that means something: I fell in love. Incidentally, this does not apply to men, only to places. My first meeting with Oaxaca was two years ago and I knew for sure that I would come again.
There sit at the lunch table the tattooed truck driver, the wife of the Aldikasse, the doctor and the stewardess, the buddy with the black lung and the baker with the emphysema. Everyone at one table, eat matjes and have the chance to look over the horizon.
In the middle of the Andalusian mountains lies a small oasis, the Casa Morisco. The owners, two German brothers, have created a place where one can let free and independent, with or without connection, with or without program, the soul.
"I'm sorry for the poor devils too," he added, "but if we give each one something, we'll have to go home soon. There are just so many. We're not rich either. "
Have you ever slept at school? For me that happened quite regularly in my teens at carnival. If we are too long ...
Whaaaat? To Mexico as a backpacker? In this age? (Hello, I'm only 60, not an old woman). As a woman? And then alone? Is that not dangerous? Are not you boring? How many times have I heard these questions.
In a field so steep I barely manage to climb, about fifteen workers line up with their picks and hack into the ground to the beat of the drums.
Actually, Bolzano was always the gateway to the mountains for me: from here it went on a skiing or hiking holiday. But from Bolzano it also goes straight into the wine region of South Tyrol. It takes about half an hour until I arrive at Lake Kaltern, which is turquoise and inviting amidst vineyards as if to say: hey, there is a cool after wine evenings, here you can chill out your drunk chill.