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Interview with Lena from the Social Travel Experiment

06 Jan
Lena from the Social Travel Experiment

Lena is an IT consultant who has been living in Tokyo for almost 3 years now, although she was born and raised in Bavaria, Germany. She speaks Japanese very well after seven years of learning the language in university and, of course, while living in Japan. She enjoys reading fantasy books, self-help stuff, or educational […]

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Crossing the mountains from Korçë to Gjirokastra, Albania

03 Jan
Korçë - whitewashed houses in the old part of the town

Korçë. In the morning, I left Radozhda Campground (located on the shores of the Ohrid Lake). I put gas and drove to Kjafasan Pass, where the Macedonian – Albanian border lies. While I was staying in line, I noticed two other Romanian cars stopped behind mine. Many other cars tried to skip the line and […]

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Travel Style Interviews – Guest Post Guidelines

27 Dec
Skopje (new, modern town) - statues in front of the Holocaust Museum

Travel Style Interviews  About Travel Style Interviews. Travelling long term has shown me how different people are in their way of traveling. Each of us has a different style of traveling for certain reasons. At the beginning, I didn’t know how I wanted to travel; for a long time, I hosted people on CouchSurfing (and […]

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Dana Tower Hotel, Dana Village, Jordan

17 Nov
Dana Tower Hotel - with Nabil Nawafleh on the terrace of the hotel

Dana Tower Hotel – Dana Reserve and Village Dana Tower Hotel. Situated on the very edge of the Great Rift Valley, Dana is considered Jordan’s largest nature reserve. Dana is on the major migratory routes between Asia, Europe, and Africa. Thus, it is the quintessence of flora and fauna species from all the three major […]

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Exploring the surroundings of the Ohrid Lake – Macedonia

17 Nov
Ohrid Lake - view from the Galicica Mountains

The eastern coast of the Ohrid Lake I drove up to Elshani, and from there I came down to Peštani. Further on I went to the museum on water from Gradište. I had lunch at a restaurant on the beach of Trpejca, overlooking the Ohrid Lake. Then I went to the St. Naum Monastery and […]

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