Life in Germany is busy, the weather is getting better and better and we’re so happy to finally welcome spring. I hope ya’ll liked the pink berry muffins of Ken’s last post – this week will be about our Southeast Asia trip again! 🙂
As you might know already, our third and last stop in Southeast Asia was the wonderful country VIETNAM!
(With our rented scooter in front of “The Fish”)
For everybody who’s interested, I’m gonna share some of our experiences we had in Vietnam and insert some of Ken’s beautiful pictures. After we had been to Thailand and Cambodia already, we knew we had to make it to Vietnam, since our flight back home would leave from Hoh Chi Minh/Saigon in the relative South of Vietnam.
As promised, the stories of our travels through Southeast Asia continue. This blogpost will be all about our time in Cambodia, the second country we visited in Asia.
After our time in Thailand we decided to travel to Cambodia through the border checkpoint Poipet in the South. We were excited to go to Siem Reap first, mostly because of Angkor Wat. We booked the journey over the border on Koh Chang. We travelled by minibus and ferry but unfortunately we got badly scammed at the border. So our biggest advise is to check out how the money situation is in the country you go to! Be informed so you’ll not be insecure about how and where to withdraw money, how to pay and exchange money etc. and people cannot scam you.
Hello everybody! It’s freezing cold here in Germany and I keep daydreaming about our South East Asia trip. This blog post will be part of a short series, where we want to tell you more about our travels through three different countries in South East Asia.
The first country we visited was Thailand, since we’ve always wanted to go there and the flights to Bangkok were a relatively cheap solution.
I know… It’s been a while. But we are back on the blog now! Let’s see how regularly we will manage to post.
Ken has recently started to work in his old job again and moved in with two very good friends – we’re both so happy about it 🙂 And for my part, I moved back to Tübingen, where I study and also started an internship at a small local arthouse cinema two weeks ago. Also I’m beyond excited to soon be moving in with a dear friend of mine, who joined us for many adventures in and around Stockholm!
But now let’s talk about our more recent travel adventures through South East Asia.
Hello dear readers!
This is the last blog post we publish from Stockholm, before we move back to Germany. It’s really sad saying goodbye to all our amazing friends here, doing all these everyday things for the last times in Stockholm, finishing up our staple foods and packing our stuff. We are really looking forward to see our families and friends again in Germany but this goodbye here in Stockholm is such a hard one.
For our last trip in Scandinavia while we’re here we decided to go to Swedish Lapland with four of our friends.
Hey Y’all! 🙂
Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all of you, wherever and whatever you are celebrating today!
We have our very first Christmas away from home and our families this year, this is exciting! I would say it’s both a bit sad not to see our loved ones today but also a very nice experience to celebrate Christmas together with good friends 🙂 We’ll have a delicious all vegan Christmas dinner (what irony it is that so many people celebrate love on this day but eat something that had to be killed for them) and just a cozy evening with singing Christmas songs, sitting together and giving some presents.
Today we would like to share some of our most loved travel hacks and some ideas for food that you can take on a trip, whether it’s a roadtrip or a flight or whatever. Let’s start!