Kayaking The Verdon Gorge in the Provence

Lavendelfelder der Provence - Entlang der Lavendelroute im Süden Frankreichs

The Verdon Gorge in the Provence, France is one of the largest canyons in Europe. With a length of about 21 km and a depth up to 700 m it is an impressive sight. Even more impressive is the turquoise water of the Verdon. It winds sloooowly through the canyon. During our Road Trip along … Read more

White Magic Mountain, Mud Pots And Stinking Fumaroles

Mount Shasta Kalifornien

From Mount Shasta to the Lassen Volcanic National Park In northern California close to Oregon is the White Mountain (Mount Shasta). The volcano belongs to the highest mountains in California. About 14,179 feet high, Mount Shasta is today known as a place for spiritual people. A legend says inside is a hidden city with advanced beings from Lemuria. Every … Read more

Green…Greener…Ireland – Along the Ring of Kerry

Irland Ring of Kerry Steinmauern

…The Rough Western Part of Ireland Ireland. Green, green, everywhere green. Among the green sheep, narrow roads and the characteristical stone walls, separating fields and meadows. In the past my credo was to visit a country once and then see another one. Why? Because there are so many countries in the world I want to … Read more

Traveling And Living In A Campervan

Provence Frankreich Lavendelroute

5 Reasons why you should consider traveling and living in a Campervan   1. You are flexible. If you don´t like the weather, the view or the place you stay right now – JUST MOVE! 2. The best view! The beach is you garden. Travelling with a campervan offers you the best view. While we travelled … Read more

Road Trip with the VW T4 to the Provence

road trip to the provence

Planning the Trip and Avoiding Naysayers Southern France – August – Gas Attack – Thiefs = NO = STAY AT HOME If we would have listened to some forums on the internet or to friends we would have missed a great vacation in Southern France. Why shouldn´t you sleep in your car or leave your … Read more