The desert of Jordan // Traveling Petra and Wadi Rum

Last week I had a spontaneous and breathtaking adventure: Four days, three nights in the desert of Jordan. Spontaneous? Jordan? In a weekend-trip? Sounds a little intense for a European. Well, in case you missed it: I got lucky and get to spend my semester abroad in the amazing city of Tel Aviv. And as I have merely four months in “The Holy Land” – at least that’s what is scheduled – I obviously want to make the absolute most of it. Good enough my friends here feel the same way. Spontaneous trip to Jordan Living in Tel Aviv for five weeks on the day you might think I should’ve told you a little more about my adventures in this flourishing city. But you know how it is: you live somewhere, you get into a daily life, it all doesn’t feel as adventurous anymore. But oh believe me: it is!…

A weekend in Gothenburg // Healthy Food & Sustainable Shopping

Oh, I am crushing on Sweden big time! The food, the people, the architecture, the gloomy energy… so here it is, the first part of my Sweden Travel Guide, a take on the country’s second largest city: Gothenburg. My boyfriend is spending his semester abroad in this gem of a country (I didn’t go for it as it’s too cold for me haha) and we made getting him here a fun little road trip – my favorite way to travel! So he packed his parents car the way other people set high scores in Tetris and we hit the road to Kiel, where the car got a break already as we took an overnight ferry from here. What an adventure! The so-called Stena Line takes off at the harbor in Kiel at around 7 pm and arrives in Gothenburg at around 9 am the next morning. It has a casino,…

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