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Free Tibet

What beauty, what a pity. The only thing in Tibet that’s greater than its mountains, culture, religion and the smile of its people is the prevalent feeling of hopelessness. This despondency has covered the country for decades like persistent fog because no international organization or single state is petitioning actively for change. Depending on where you […]

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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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El Nino, Patagonia

It was pure love of adventure which drove Harry and myself to Chile.  We didn’t know much about the country, but the pictures of snow-covered volcanoes and mountains sufficed to make us look for sponsors. I put together a small press kit, which was unable to draw sponsors for our Chile trip. After countless attempts at […]

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Alaska & South Nahanni River

Still wet behind the ears … BUT wildly determined, the idea to travel the South Nahanni Rivers with my raft took hold of me. It was the year 1993 and … I’d been on Vancouver Island, BC/Canada for months. I earned my keep with my rickshaw, by taxiing around tourists from the harbor to their […]

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