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Taghazout: One of the top backpacking destinations in Morocco

Taghazout is one of the top backpacker destinations in Morocco, where the waves are louder than the sounds of the Mosque. You will probably see more surfboards than beards and burkas. Meet surfers, hippies and travelers in Taghazout and visit the legendary Paradise Valley. We found cheap hostels, great cafes and bars right at the Atlantik Ocean. If you need a place to chill out on a backpacking trip around Morocco, Taghazout can be the place to be.


Sofia: Between Moussaka, Fur Coats, Smoking Bus Drivers and Cyrillic Letters

Between Moussaka, Fur Coats and Cyrillic letters: Yes, there is a place in Europe, where you can find a traces of a multi religious past, a church, a mosque and a synagogue within a few meters walk – all old and impressive. Where you can eat a plate of Moussaka for lunch for 1,50 Euros. Where women are wearing fur coats to resist the cold and where some bus drivers still smoke behind the wheel. Sofia is one of the European capitals, that might surprise and impress you at the same time.


Lost in a tourist hotspot: Why I didn’t like my stay in Dubrovnik

Lost in a tourist hot spot: Why I didn’t like my stay in Dubrovnik. There are not many places on this planet, that I didn’t enjoy visiting a lot. But Dubrovnik’s old town is one of them. A backpacking trip to Dubrovnik is nothing, that I would necessarily recommend to individual travelers, that love to discover authentic places, to meet locals and to find hidden spots on a backpacking trip around Croatia. When I had traveled to Dubrovnik, I expected to arrive in a historical dream world. And it is true, that I saw interessting architecture in the old town of Dubrovnik. But where had the magic gone? I just felt lost between hordes of cruise ship tourists, the smell of cheap instant noodles in my overcrowded small hostel and overpriced town wall sightseeing.


Boom Festival 2016: One week of flying high

It was one of the most amazing weeks of my life. Boom Festival 2016. It was about psy trance music and dancing. But it also was about relaxing and diving into my mind at the same time. Letting loose. Letting thoughts flow and intense feelings develop. A few hours of flying high, of feeling light and walking slow while being sourrounded by sounds of the worldwide best psytrance DJs.


Best and worst backpacker budget sleeping places in Australia

A lot of backpackers on a working holiday visa in Australia don’t have money. Sooner or later, everyone doing work and travel in Australia without an own camper van or car looks for a cheap place to sleep. There are a lot of different possibilities of getting a good or bad nights sleep while backpacking in Australia: Living in hostels, on campsites, sleeping in a tent in a garden, renting a room in a share flat, try couchsurfing or sleep in your own car. Most people start their backpacking trip around Australia sleeping in hostels. But sharing a eight-bed-dorm for weeks can be nerve wrecking and very expensive.


Work & Travel job experiences in Australia

My best and worst jobs in Australia Work & Travel job experiences on a working holiday visa While serving drinks to crystal meth addicts, to gamblers and hipsters, cleaning hotel rooms in the middle of nowhere and carrying catering food to some fancy offices, I learned a lot about myself. […]