‘Wir sind dann mal weg’ hat sich nach eineinhalb Jahren Weltreise zu ‘wir sind wieder da’ gewandelt. Das gibt uns die Gelegenheit, euch persönlich an unseren Reiseerlebnissen teilhaben zu lassen. Am Sonntag, den 2. Dezember um 17 Uhr geben wir im Speidlerhaus Baienfurt einen ersten Reisevortrag. Wir würden uns über euer Kommen freuen! Mehr Infos … Weiterlesen
32 Namibia, a set on Flickr. German colonial heritage, fantastic wildlife and wide open desert landscapes.
31 Zambia, a set on Flickr. Africa’s most spectacular waterfalls…
30 Tanzania, a set on Flickr. Unforgettable journey with a hundred-year-old German ship along Lake Tanganyika.
29 Rwanda, a set on Flickr. This small country may have been one of the biggest surprises on our journey – in the 18 years since the atrocious genocide, Rwanda has come a long way.
28 Uganda, a set on Flickr. The greenest of all the African countries we visited.
In Europe, most birds seem to be the size of sparrows and are coloured in various shades of black, grey or brown, with the odd splash of rusty red, or dirty yellow. Even though we have come across quite a few cool birds along the way, I would not have described myself as a birdwatcher … Weiterlesen
Next up on our route across Africa was Uganda. If there was only one thing to say about it, it would be that Uganda is incredibly green compared to its Eastern neighbour countries. After a bumpy night on the bus from Nairobi to Kampala, which involved waiting forever in the dark at the Ugandan border … Weiterlesen
27 Kenya, a set on Flickr. Wildlife at its best!
24 Oman, a set on Flickr. Islamic traditions, old forts, superfriendly people and special wildlife encounters.
23 Emirates , a set on Flickr. A mix of crazy superlatives, Arab hospitality and endless sand dunes.
22 India, a set on Flickr. Six weeks across the Indian subcontinent.
Golden Langur on Umananda Island, Guwahati, Assam. Highly endangered primate species that is only found in Assam and parts of Bhutan. Lucky we spotted one of these furry creatures!
One day in the Sikkimese mountains, our camera made its last shot. It came as a shock but was on the other hand not completely unexpected: the EOS 1000D that we had bought a few years earlier finally surrendered to the heat and cold, dust and humidity, salt-water spray and other shocks while bumping around … Weiterlesen
21 Nepal, a set on Flickr. a love affair with the Himalayas
20 Vietnam, a set on Flickr. Quite a colourful mix – we loved it!
19 Cambodia, a set on Flickr. Mesmerizing Khmer temples at Angkor, and the lows of Cambodia’s more recent history.
18 Laos, a set on Flickr. Our photos from the most laid-back country on earth.
Cliff jumping – the hobby of the fearless local kids at Tad Lo waterfall, Southern Laos
17 Thailand part II, a set on Flickr. Lots of diving and many golden stupas… but see for yourselves.
16 Myanmar, a set on Flickr. Unfortunately we only came here for two days, but we still got a glimpse of Burmese life.
15 Thailand part I, a set on Flickr. Two weeks on Thailand’s islands… Time to relax.
14 Malaysia, a set on Flickr.
13 Singapore, a set on Flickr.
12 Australia, a set on Flickr. Our biggest set so far… we took thousands of photos, kept 1500 of them and here is our “best of” selection. Have a look and let us know which ones you like best ;-)