After my latest post about materialism vs experiences I´ve of course managed to lose one of my best shoes and then break my expensive and highly loved camera lens. Maybe someone thought that I was a bit too sacred in my sayings and wanted to test me for my veracity? Well, I´ve lost some stuff […]
We are so busy chasing time in our daily life – striving bigger, better and more – that we tend to forget what lies right in front of us. Traveling has been an eye opener for me, in many ways. I´ve had to put behind all the things that I´ve thought I needed for my […]
Nature heals all wounds some people claim. After two weeks of traveling through the wilderness of the US I can only agree. Camping life is a lot of work, but when you are standing in the middle of these natural wonders it´s so worth it.
The coming month we are exceeding our travel adventure one step further trying to live together on 10 square meter. In the coolest decorated Camper Van you can find on the American roads we will travel the desert southwest region together. This is our first impressions of camp life and the stunning national parks of […]
Many people were giving us the advice not to go to NYC with our kids. Too busy, too big and non child friendly for a family with small kids, they said. Here´s our verdict.
It doesn´t matter how much you love your family. Sometimes you just get on each others nerves. On the road this gets even more obvious than at home. You are walking around with a bunch of firecrackers in your pocket and you never know when one of them is going to pop. It´s easy to […]
High life in New Orleans and low moods in the middle of Mississippi. The blues will get you at some point. And the best way to engage is to lean back and say “Lem-me put mah feet up – Aah’m taard.”
What is it actually like to go backpacking with small kids? Is it really vacation or just work? Well, it depends what your intentions for the trip are.
Sometimes it just happens. These moments where you find yourself completely absorbed by the present. Where everything just make sense – you are exactly where you are supposed to be. Some call it fate, others use the name coincidence. To me it´s simply magic.
As an adult, you can get tired of the same diet for 3 weeks – kids they simply refuse to eat. And then they go around complaining about being hungry all the time while you tear your hair trying to explain why they can´t get French fries today either.