Culture

Triple A – For Attersee, Austria and my summer at the Lake

Nestled like a jewel, framed by hills and mountains lies the crystal clear lake Attersee. The multifarious colours are just unbelievable and lake Attersee, which is situated in the upper Austrian region of Salzkammergut, is the biggest lake in Austria which is entirely in Austria. Distinctive mountains like the Schafberg (1783 m), southwest of the lake, or Höllengebirge (1862 m), southeast...

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Shanghai, how small can big be ?

For some travellers a city like Shanghai with its population close to 25 000 000 might appear tremendous, intimidating  or even overwhelming. Others appreciate the anonymity in such a metropolis, enjoying its variety and feel a vast extend instead of tightness. The spectrum why, whom and what each individual enjoys or attracts to this huge […]

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Kuala Lumpur & Taman Negara, Malaysia part I

After travelling four weeks through the Philippines, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia is quiet a cultural change and challenge. The Philippines are a Christian-majority country. More specifically the people, the Filipinos/Filipinas are by majority Christians. Here in Malaysia it is conversely, the majority is Sunni islamic and the chief of state or the so called Yang di-Pertuan Agong gets voted...

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Bohol – Philippines, a colourful storybook

The fourth and last Blog about the Philippines is meant to be a colourful storybook into a world of macrocosm with marvellous creatures like the Tarsier, sea tortoises, butterflies and seductive sounding places such as Chocolate Hills and Balicasang Island. So please do not expect (this time) a meticulous blog based on intense investigation and rhetorical […]

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