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29042018: #FUERTEVENTURA – EL COTILLO

¡Buenas tardes! 🙂 Time for some Spain vibes on a cloudy Sunday afternoon! Zeit für ein bisschen Spanien-Stimmung an einem Sonntag Nachmittag! Overall happy As we made it to our “tradition” do go on a last-minute trip to wherever over Easter, we mostly end up in Spain during this time of the year. This year it was Fuerteventura (just like last year :D). It was my third time on Fuerte and I have to say that it was my favorite trip there. The first time (I think 2010 or 2011) we’ve been to Costa Calma, a very tourisic center. It was a nice holiday in a great hotel but I prefer to be in a less “touri-place”. The second trip last year went to Jandia, in the very South of the Island. Beautiful Beaches around, a lot of cliffs and in the middle of nowhere – also nice, but not that amazing if you don’t have a car. This year we’ve been to El Cotillo, a very cute little village in the North-west of Fuerteventura. …

02052017: #EASTER SHORT TRIP TO FUERTEVENTURA

Buenos días ! The greatest ideas are the spontaneous ones. Proving that again I booked this trip 72 hours before departing. Well, I also have to admit that I planned to make a trip over the easter holidays already three weeks ago. But to make the excitement bigger (and because of the high prices :D) I waited with the booking procedure ’til tuesday night. Departure was friday morning at 6 a.m.. My only requirements were sun and sea. Wherever. As the duration was limited to a maximum of four days, it had to be a country, which is not to far away. Quiz: Where in Europe the sun is strong enough in April ? On the canarian islands (at least it’s supposed to be and it was proved). As I already took the excitement in the headline (huge journalistic mistake, hahah), the chosen destination was Fuerte Ventura. Spontane Ideen sind grundsätzlich die Besten. Erneuter Beweis dafür ist meine letze Reise, die ich 72 h vor Abflug gebucht habe. Okay, über Ostern einen kleinen Trip einzulegen, …

08032017: #EXPLORING LANZAROTE

Hey guys ! :> First of all I really need to apologize for the lack of posts during the last weeks. After the trip to Lanzarote I was super busy moving to Hamburg and searching for a room there (and yes, I was successful). 😛 Erstmal sorrrryyyyyyyy, dass ich so lange nichts geschrieben habe. Nach dem Spontantrip nach Lanzarote stand nur noch genau eine Sache auf dem Plan: Innerhalb von 4 Tagen eine Zimmer in Hamburg finden (und ja, ich war erfolgreich), hahah. Well, about the trip itself I have to mention that I booked it two days before departure. I was considering Fuerte Ventura, Tenerife and Lanzarote and at the end I decided to fly to Lanzarote, as the climate should be better over there. The island is famous for the black lava sand beaches and it’s landscape which was formed by the vulcans. Then there is Cesar Manrique, the architect who made the island to which it is now. He once said ‘no building should be higher than a palm tree’. That quote is essential for all …