Expenses always play a big role when it comes to traveling. The two most common excuses why people don’t travel (although they want to) are: Time and money. For both, all I can say is that you have to prioritize. You have to take time for traveling, and you have to save money to be … Continue reading How much did India cost me?
Dear Nepal, thank you for the relaxing, but at the same time adventurous 2 weeks we spent together. During this time, we explored Kathmandu, took a bus to Pokhara (the second biggest city in Nepal, 200 km west of Kathmandu, driving duration of 9 hours) to chill and prepare for the hike, but also to … Continue reading Dear Nepal (impressions, expenses, air pollution, animal treatment, trekking)
Every topic around the gut is super fascinating to me, so here we go, talking about the importance of a healthy digestion while traveling. Für die deutsche Erklärung bitte runter scrollen :-). [EN] Hippocrates already said in his years of life 460-370 BC: "The healthy gut is the root of all health". When we think of … Continue reading How to stay healthy while traveling / Wie man auf Reisen gesund bleibt [EN & DE]
How would you describe India? How would you describe diversity? After being in India for 6 weeks now, I would like to share the experiences and impressions I have gained so far. Diversity is described as: the fact of many different types of things or people being included in something; a range of different things or people. or: Diversity is also the mixture of races and religions that make up a group of people. * … Continue reading India’s diversity: a blessing or a curse?
SHORT AND TO THE POINT. I know, money is always a question when it comes to trip planning. I spent one week in Rishikesh, and I would like to share with you, how much I spent during these days. Transportation I started in Khajuraho, took a train to Jhansi (as there were not direct trains … Continue reading How much ₹ € did Rishikesh cost me?
Rishikesh is heaven on earth when it comes to vegan options in the northern part of India. The locals definitely know how to attract the "typical yogis". Organic stores everywhere, selling essential oils, Ayurveda tools, supplements, healthy snacks, spiritual books, gemstones, etc. The best thing is: they have vegan chai at so many places! It's … Continue reading 4 best vegan restaurants/cafes in Rishikesh
My actual plan was not to stay longer in Khajuraho. After having completed my 200 hour Hatha Yoga teacher training, I was looking for trains to Delhi. Unfortunately, booking a train in India is not as easy as I thought. Shoutout to all backpackers/ tourists out there who figured out how to do it. I … Continue reading 5 things to do in KHAJURAHO
I have completed my 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training with Arhanta Yoga this week and I'm extremely grateful for the experiences and the achievements I have made during the intensive course. As some of you have already followed my journey on instagram, you may have noticed that it has been a very transforming time for … Continue reading A day in the ashram life (my 200 hour YTT)
Goodbye Germany, hello India. After traveling for about 24 hours I have finally reached my first destination in India: Khajuraho. Here are my first impressions in one of the most diverse countries in the world:
“named after Apollo’s grandson, Mykonos truly is Greece’s island of the sun god“, “...known for its fantastic summers, with beautiful white sandy beaches...”, “its heavenly turquoise water” .... ... and its TRASH! So much trash that you can’t even avoid looking at it. Most of the pollution I’ve seen is discarded single use plastics. As … Continue reading Contrasts in Mykonos