[06/05/2015] After a quick stop in Uruguay’s capital of Montevideo, I made my way to Barra de Valizas and hiked about 9km along a beautiful empty beach towards isolated Cabo Polonio, only accessible by walking or taking a 4×4 beach over an offroad track. Read the rest of this entry »
In my next gear review, I will be talking about the first layers and hiking boots after reviewing the jackets in my last post. Especially for longer hikes, it is very helpful to have some good quality Merino gear for your first layers. They might be a bit more expensive, but are completely worth it and last much longer, so in the end you will probably invest the same amount of money over time. Read the rest of this entry »
[April 2015] Grey Glacier in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile. – Weekly Pictures
I spent more time in Australia and New Zealand (nearly half a year combined), but now it is finally time to announce that I have just received the stamp of my 100th country! It happens to be the Philippines and I can’t wait to explore all the beautiful islands here in the next four weeks. Until then, I hope you like this short one minute drone footage I put together from a rather unknown hike in New Zealand. Check out the post for more info and the video! Read the rest of this entry »
[April 2015] First day on the Torres del Paine hike in Chile. – Weekly Pictures
[30/05/2017] In my second Video of Indonesia, I am sharing some footage of the Mount Rinjani hike, the famous Gili Islands including some nice turtle footage & the incredibly stunning Komodo Islands; which do not only feature the famous up to 3,5m long Komodo Dragons, but also one of the most beautiful islands I have seen so far! Read the rest of this entry »
I was interviewed by a bilingual Vietnamese magazine in their October issue, briefly talking about traveling together with four others. This is the first time something got into print with my pictures in it, pretty exciting! Check out this post to see the article.
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