When I drove deeper and deeper in the Czech Republic, I noticed that the lifestyle has changed compared to Germany. Houses were older, buildings were bedraggled and people were barely on streets.
When I was walking at the beach of Föhr, I could see the mudflat stretching along the coast. Birds were looking for their food and I saw people in little cafés drinking hot tea or coffee.
You hear the water rushing, but still it is calm and peaceful. You see the beauty of the corals, how they’re shining clear and bright. You watch the various fishes swimming along the corals and making their way home.
If you think of a city in Australia, you always have Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane in mind. But the continent has so many other places that need to be discovered. Cairns is one of it.
Free – it means living without any controls of others. It means being completely released and liberated. And it means leisure, travel and rest.
There is nothing better than a good dinner with great food or drinking a tea in a cozy café. I love doing these things, because it makes me happy.
“I was scared when I came to Germany, because I left my parents and India for the first time in my life. But at the same time I was excited to experience something new.”
When you walk along endless beaches, climbing on those curved palm trees and breakfast in a beach restaurant with looking to the ocean, you know you’ve arrived in paradise.
When you feel fine silky sand under your feet and see nothing but the beauty of endless beaches and the turquoise sea, you know you arrived in heaven. Krabi was the second destination on our two-week trip around Thailand.