one day Lisbon
I don't want to live directly in Lisbon, but sometimes it's quite nice here and I really like to visit this city.
Last weekend I decided to visit a good friend who lives there. I only had time from Saturday to Sunday, but better than nothing. So I took the first flight in the early m
my next holidays in Thailand?
What a day guys. So many news from my friends all over the world. But the best news was from my dest friend.
I woke up and saw a lot of messages from my oldest friend on my smartphone. Still half asleep I opened the app to see what she sent me.
Billions of photos, wow.
The closest surf spot near of Ponta Delgada
"So, where can I walk by feed from here?"
That's how I asked myself when I recently visited Sao Miguel.
Everyone here drives a car, because it gets tedious by walk.
Even buses are rare. There are a few, but when they come and whether they come is always q
Sete Cidades is a beautiful little paradise on Sao Miguel, the Azores.
In the past I had already written about the legend of Sete Cedades.
Who likes can read it here:
This heartbreaking story is about a love affair betwe
A place of healing: Exploratory tour
As you can read from my blog here, I go to the Azores every few weeks or months.
I like it there. It's a place of rest and recreation for me.
You can gather, prepare for work and relax.
Recently I was there because I had a persistent cold. Especially for this r
Healing water in the Azores
Phew, now I've somehow chosen a theme that would fit into so many categories.
First of all it fits as #travel post to #travelfeed, of course. It's obvious.
But since I write especially about the healing effect of the springs, it also fits to #naturalmedicine, b
Backpacking through South America
14 days of nature, peace and a foreign environment. That was the plan of my friends and me. If you are free at the same time, you can do something together. Said - done. After we three had discussed where we wanted to go, the flight was already booked.
The distant v
Memories of the Azores
First of all, normally I would post it directly on #travelfeed.io but there is no video uploader. Or I didn't see it?
Hope @travelfeed will like it on this way too.
I have done it in August this year. It took a while to put all clips to one short 5 min together.
Thanks for so
Library telephone box in Ponta Delgada/ San Miguel on the Azores
If travelers walk through the village they will discover a lot of lovely details in the capital of San Miguel.
Directly on the great St. Sebastian church near the Harbour and close to some pretty nice restaurants, cafès and other locat
The Immigrant Monument
During a walk I noticed this very emotional work of art.
So I stopped and took a closer look at it.
A family, father, mother, child classically represented. The mother, centrally placed in the middle, holds both her husband's hand and her child's with the other hand. The child
an angel in front of the town hall
If you visit the Azores, especially São Miguel, you will certainly visit the capital Ponta Delgada.
Here, you can do different things, you could visit different museums or walking along the beautiful public gardens or trying out the different restaurants and cafés.
Bartolomeu de Gusmão
Every traveller, travelnomad or tourist knows airports. But does anyone ever take a closer look at art at the airport?
Does anyone know the history of some masterpieces?
Or the meaning?
I believe that only a few people are so attentive to perceive many a great masterpiece in the