For the weekend, my friend, Aras, and I rented a car and took a trip to the southern coastal city of Bournemouth, with a quick stop at Stonehenge on the way. Apart from seeing a new side of England, this would also be a great opportunity to enjoy the foreign, engaging […]
Month: June 2014
The packing list – so how much is 35 liters?
Packing for such a long trip presents a few challenges. With limited space, every liter counts and items need to be carefully chosen such that they are lightweight, compact, and adaptable to different climates, living conditions and activities. After months of researching and planning, here is the finalized collection that […]
The countdown has ended – packed and taking off!
The luxury of free internet at the Atlanta International Airport has given me the opportunity to try out my tablet and write my first official post from the road! With a fully packed 35 liters, a delicate allocation of clothing, camping gear, electronics and hygenic necessities, I am ready to […]
Blast from the Past – Eurotrip 2010, Part IV
After the Hofbräuhaus festivities, we were all ready for a nice long rest on the 9 hour night train from Munich to Florence. Little did we know, however, that this was not going to be possible. The crowded and exceptionally hot cabins made it impossible to sleep, forcing us into the even more crowded and […]
Blast from the Past – Eurotrip 2010, Part III.5
Arriving in Munich from Prague, we had a 10 hour layover at the train station before our night train to Florence. It was unanimously agreed upon that the best way to spend our limited time in Munich would be to make a trip to Hofbräuhaus. Hofbräuhaus München For 9 of those […]