#day354 – on top of Tibidabo

Malaga or Barcelona. We couldn’t really decide where to go for our little girls reunion. I mean it’s a hard decision. Both cities are super cool, whereas I haven’t been in Malaga so far. It’s just what I’ve heard. We only knew we want to have sun and beach. The girls even more than I. […]

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#day353 – Sagrada Selfie

Last time I’ve been standing in front of the Sagrada Familia, an impressive catholic church and the must-see in Barcelona, I was missing a smart phone. I got my first smart phone one year later. Means after several visits, I finally have my obligatory selfie. Five years ago they sold only magnets in front of […]

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#day352 – being on the run from bachelor partys

It’s not my first time in Barcelona. To be honest, I’m not sure how often I’ve been here before exactly. For sure two times. Maybe three times. I remember the last time I’ve been in town, though. Summer 2012. I’ve visited a good friend of mine, who was studying here. Things in Barcelona changed since […]

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#day351 – Barcelona bound

I’m back. Back in Europe. Crazy. Just one short night in the plane and I’m back on my continent after so many months in Southamerica, the other end of the world. Almost every nightbus lasted longer than this return flight. Well, part one of three coming home parts. It doesn’t feel like coming home just […]

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#day350 – drawing a travel balance

I can’t imagine, my journey is coming to and end today. After more than seven months in South and Central America I’m flying back to Europe today. Not to Berlin though. I fly to Barcelona to meet my besties and celebrate a birthday, before I’m finally returning to Berlin in one week. I’m so looking forward […]

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#day348 – overlooking Panama City

Even though many parts of Panama City are quite dodgy and the downtown area, actually a World Heritage Site, is rather small and boring, there are a few nice spots in town. Ancon hill for example. A little hill in the  middle of the city, 600 something meters above sea level and Panama City’s highest […]

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#day347 – creating a like-list

A lot of rain made it possible to read a new book in two days. A book about a grandpa, who started living his life with 77. As many old people do, he figured out way too late, that life is too short to waste your time. He tries to find peace with his family […]

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#day346 – breakfast with a parrot

Every hostel has its own pet in South and Central America. Actually it’s not only one. They usually have cats or dogs and sometimes both. They pick them up from the street to save their life or just accept them when they move in by themselves. While I was having breakfast today, the hostel’s quite […]

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