Countries, FEATURED, Iceland, WANDERLUST | 12. September 2018

Around Iceland – Seyðisfjörður, Hengifoss & Another Waterfall

 


We started our trip in Seyðisfjörður, since we came this way with the ferry! We had two days of super sunny weather and enjoyed this little village with all its amazing art. We also ended out trip there at the right time – when the LungA Art Festival took part. We can highly recommend strolling through all parts of this village and have lunch at the Nordic Restaurant. Continue reading “Around Iceland – Seyðisfjörður, Hengifoss & Another Waterfall”

ACTION, climb, FEATURED | 22. June 2018

Bouldering Calanca Valley in Ticino


A couple of weeks ago we went bouldering in Ticino – in the beautiful Calanca Valley. We’ve never been in this part of Ticino before, but it was so nice. Magical forest, perfect (legal, 5 Euro) camping spot next to the river and friends! We also took the chance to inaugurate our new camper van! Super nice! We slept good and also all of us 4 adults had dinner in our van. The bouldering was great as well… 😉 Thanks Clemens & Anna for the photos! Continue reading “Bouldering Calanca Valley in Ticino”

Australia, FEATURED, vanlife, WANDERLUST | 25. April 2018

With RedSands Campers through Western Australia


We had the best vehicle for our trip through Western Australia. Just let me say this – the best! We got a RedSands Campers* jeep, which is a Toyota Hilux with a rooftop tent. Perfect for driving all those 4×4 tracks to the most beautiful spots. The husband was extremely happy! Our car had space for 5 people, with 2 tents. A fully equiped kitchen, with a Primus gas stove, an awesome fridge, a table for cooking and another one for eating. We were very lazy and only used the cooking table… which was fine for two people. Also a huge plus, when you have to fly – you don’t need to bring towels and sleeping bags, everything already in the camper! Even an outdoor shower is in there, pretty luxury, if you ask me. Go over here to see Continue reading “With RedSands Campers through Western Australia”