This post is all about the southest region of Patagonia – Punta Arenas and Tierra del Fuego. If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, please go and check out my previous article (Patagonia on your own) describing the trip as a whole including many tips for planning the trip! (more…)
I’m pretty sure you have seen it somewhere. The Solheimasandur abandoned plane DC-3 wreck (actually C-117) is easily one of the most famous and the most photographed Iceland’s tourist attractions. And thanks to Justin Bieber and his scandalousely vandalizing skateboard ride on the top of the wreck, it has got even more attention. (more…)
Yeah, you got me right. I mean, it’s not a real ‘Iceland photo tour’ because I’m talking here about a self-guided kind of thing. And when it comes to it, it’s not ‘free’ either. You’ll need to get to Iceland first, get a car, a warm place to stay… Right, that should do as a disclaimer. Difficult times, you can’t say a thing without a crazy person from the internet taking every your word literally. (more…)
Is going to Patagonia on your own really worth it? The short answer is – hell yeah! If you came here just to find that out, you’re now free to leave.
However, planning the trip to the end of the world with my wife turned out to be the biggest challenge so far. Of all times. Ever. Dramatic enough? (more…)
Finally, the 2-week solo trip to Andalucia dream came true. My 15 kg rucksack felt very heavy on my untrained back but I myself felt light and optimistic anyway. The…
Another great autumn day, another hiking adventure! This time to Rheingau, Germany. This place is awesome, it's basically a valley around the river Rhein, packed with wineyards and pretty small…