Kicking Back in Kiefersfelden

Last month, we went back to Bavaria, Germany, and enjoyed some hiking time amongst some of the most stunning mountains and lakes you could clap eyes on. I've composed a little photo-diary of what we did on our first stop on this trip. The last time I was in Bavaria was March 2018, and we... Continue Reading →

A Little Town Called Pirna

If you're looking for an idyllic getaway with historical buildings and beautiful streets that's a stone's throw away from some of the most stunning hikes you could possibly see, then Pirna in Saxony, Germany, could be the place for you. Riley and I took an Intercity train from Prague to Bad Schandau before switching to... Continue Reading →

Germany’s Fairytale Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle had been a longstanding feature on my bucket list, so I was delighted to finally tick it off. It was built in the 19th century by King Ludwig II of Bavaria - he was also sometimes known as or the “Fairytale King". However, poor Ludwig died under suspicious circumstances before his castle was... Continue Reading →

We Walked All the Way to Austria

Unfortunately, it's not as impressive as it sounds. On arrival at our latest destination in the small German town of Füssen, Austria was in fact less than an hour's walk away. So naturally, we checked in to our little apartment we'd be calling home for the next five days, and headed out on an evening... Continue Reading →

Abandoned Berlin

Spreepark On a quest to explore all things abandoned, we decided to hit up Spreepark. This now almost post-apocalyptic theme park, first opened in 1969 and has seen a lot in its time. It once had 1.5 million annual visitors that flocked to the park in its prime, but since its closure in the early... Continue Reading →

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