It's been some time since I've published my last Travel- Report for the simple reason that I did not have any time to travel in the past months except 2 short trips to Chiang Mai and another province in the north of Thailand.
But now I'm back with some new footage and another part of the world whic
It was always my dream to see elephants living in an natural and wild environment. Since I live in Thailand now for over 2 years I finally made this dream come true last weekend in August 2019.
My main demand was to find a camp with "wild" elephants and not just a typical tourism camp which treat t
Today I want to tell you my story of one of the most exciting things I've done in my life. Meeting a Tribe called Maniq in the jungle of south Thailand.
A few months back I started to ask around my friends here in Thailand if anyone has any idea or information about tribes living in Thailand - Most
End of May I went down to south Thailand (Patthalung area) to do a several photography projects and one of them was visiting the Thale Noi Lotus Lake during sunrise. One of the most beautiful lakes I have seen in my life.
The Thale Noi lake is located in a national park area in the Phatthalung prov
All my life I dreamed to see one day the mother of all mountains, the highest point on earth - the Mt.Everest. As I'm definitely no able to climb up this monster, I had the chance to take a plane and fly along the east Himalayas of Nepal.
I was pretty lucky that someone in the hostel I stayed i
After spending 3 intense days in the capital of Nepal - Kathmandu, it was time to move on and discover more of this exciting country. My next destination was Pokhara, which is located about 200 Km west of Kathmandu.
For the transport I decided to take a local bus which was roughly 7$ and took aroun
My second day in Kathmandu started quite early at around 07:30 AM. I woke up to have some of the nice breakfast my hostel provided. Some local farm fresh vegetables with fried potatoes and a scrambled egg + Orange juice and a strong cup of coffee. Perfect started for the day.
My plan on this day
After 4 wild days in Delhi it was time to move on and start my next journey in Nepal. Nope, I did not have a crazy hiking plan and I did not have a tight schedule which I need to follow. I basically just booked a flight to Kathmandu without any plan. Just as always ;) I like to get inspired by pe
Day 3 - My last full day here in Delhi. It was quite a rough night again and I was sweating my ass of like an Scandinavian coal miner. I don't even know if I slept.. it was a mix of confusing sounds which the not really functioning AC made and constant water drinking as I knew that I had to stay
Day 2 - 04:00 AM. I woke up and kept hearing something scratching near me. "What on earth is that..?!" I stayed in a Hostel dorm room and my bed was just next to a window which was covered by wood. Something tried to get inside but I don't know what it was until now. When I woke up I also realize
Saturday April 6th, it's 18:30 PM and I finally arrived in Delhi after being awake for more than 35 hours. The Visa process in the airport was surprisingly fast and I took a taxi to my hostel about 30 min after landing. My first impression while looking out of the window from the taxi was "Damn,
14:35 - I checked the time after the local Bus dropped me off in the middle of nowhere. "Where the hell am I??" - Well, thanks to google maps I knew at least the location where I had to leave the bus. It was funny as I was the only person who went out of the bus in this area. Left / Right - There