One of my conclusions from traveling the world is that there is one common denominator about (almost) every hotel out there, and that is about breakfast. In short: Most Hotel Breakfast is horrible. Let’s be honest. Sure, there are exceptions. Most of the ultra-luxury hotels are doing an excellent to amazing job at delivering great […]
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For all my travels, ensuring stable and reliable communications has always been one of my top priorities. It helps you to find stuff, stay connected to people and keep yourself safe. Luckily, technology has improved a lot during the last years. From WiFi surfing to local SIM cards for your smartphone, we’ve done it all. […]
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Sleeping on Airplanes sucks There are few more-dreaded places to sleep for most people than in an airplane. A noisy, packed environment with too much stress and too little space is not exactly the place for getting your good nights‘ sleep for a powerful next morning. But there are actually many things you can do […]
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So let’s finally get down to what this blog is all about…or at least what the cover suggests! Puerto Rican Rum! It is by far the finest rum on earth for me, so let me show you around and give you some directions on the island so you can try some excellent drinks! There are […]
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Curaçao is well-known for many things: A world-class scuba diving destination, pristine beaches and clear waters full of marine life. But there’s a lot more to see on this Caribbean island! Curacao offers a couple of interesting National Parks that are worth visiting. Whatever you’re up to – a photo trip by car or in […]
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It’s one of these things about traveling long distance. If you really love traveling, nothing is complicated. Except for this one thing: Sleeping. Going on a flight of more than three hours presents you with a challenge: Either you watch two movies or more, which is difficult, or you just try to sleep. If it’s […]
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Each year in September the Caribbean islands are preparing for a very special meteorological event that might seem terrifying to the rest of the world, but has become rather normal to them: Hurricane Season. Well, that’s for normal years. But this year, there’s Hurricane Irma. And it is about to hit Puerto Rico. When you […]
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I admit it. As an Apple ecosystem user, I am an absolute fan of Siri, and I use the voice assistant quite often to do small daily things. In connection with my Apple Watch, this is a real helper. And if you have an iPhone or Watch, you might do the same. But haven’t you […]
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Checking in is one of these awkward moments of truth. It can make you feel vulnerable, almost naked in front of the person across the counter. First, you entirely depend on her to give you a good room, upgrades or goodie vouchers. So you better be friendly. And secondly, they get a better glimpse than […]
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It was somewhere in these past two years that I was going through my bucket list and decided to finally get my sailing license. After being licensed to drive just about anything on land and in the air, I thought it was about time to add one of my favorite elements: water. I have always seen […]
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