- In the Jungle
- It began with dense fog. (Part 2)
- Two Valentine’s Days in Romania
- Sad Things (14) Multilingual Pizza
- Next trip: Israel and Jordan
- It began with dense fog. (Part 1)
- Top 10 Ethical Travel Destinations? I doubt that.
- What do Love Locks say about your Relationship?
- Wow, this ship is huge!
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Author Archives: Andreas Moser
Ok, not quite in the jungle, but at the impressive Botanical Garden of Palermo in Sicily.
(Click here to read part 1.) The name of the picnic area – Musolino – reminded me too much of Italy’s erstwhile dictator, but we had just left the zone of the fog, and after the disappointment at the peak of Mount Dinnammare … Continue reading
Orthodox Christianity is perfect for people who are always late with getting presents. Because everything happens later, you have some extra time. Christmas is on 7 January, Easter is later as well (but with a different time lag each year). … Continue reading
Today, when I wanted to prepare a pizza, I felt really stupid. I tried to read the instructions, but I couldn’t read them in any of the fifteen languages provided. Fifteen languages! And I don’t speak any of them. What an … Continue reading
From 8 to 22 March 2015, I will be in Israel and Jordan. “… I will be in Israel again,” I should say because this will be about my fifteenth or twentieth time to visit Israel. But six years have passed since my last trip. … Continue reading
Mount Dinnammare sits 1,130 meters (3,700 feet) above the port city of Messina and offers splendid views across the strait of Scylla and Charybdis, to Calabria, across the mountains of Sicily and on both the Ionian and the Tyrrhenian Sea. After having just arrived … Continue reading
I don’t know why people need lists with suggestions for travel destinations. Do people really sit at home without any idea and wait for “the top 10 travel destinations in 2015″, “the most underrated travel destinations this year” and “the … Continue reading