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Eagle Hunters of Mongolia

Eagle eyes had latched onto me, reacting to my slightest move.  The mighty eagle perched on my left hand, supported by a wooden cast., while my right hand was holding the reigns of a Mongol Steppe horse, and that’s how we rode deep into the West of the Mongolian steppes, to Olgii in Altay. The […]

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Namibias Sparse Diversity

Putting the pedal to the metal while racing through the desert has long been my dream, and then it deflated … all four of the wheels had to be deflated to half their tire pressure, to be precise, otherwise my car would have gotten stuck in the sandy soil. Namibia got its name from the […]

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Sulawesi and Kopi Luwak

Sulawesi, an island between Borneo and New Guinea, is – at 174.600 km2 – gigantic. The size varies depending on which online source you consult, but what are a few square hectares at that size! Sulawesi really has a lot to offer, not just in regard to its varied nature, but also culturally. Besides the size, […]

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Expedition Dhaulagiri VII 7246 m

It took a year of planning until a motley crew of friends met at Vienna airport, full of excitement about our upcoming expedition to Dhaulagiri VII, the Putha Hiunchuli (7246 m) in Dolpo, Western Nepal. It’s easy to say that Putha Hiunchuli is “technically one of the easier” 7000s in the Dhaulagiri ridge. As this […]

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