year summary: 2016

Well, the 2016 has finally come to an end. It’s now the time when everyone is summing it up and you can read their “bests” and “reviews” everywhere. We thought we could join in, since it’s a nice and fun idea to reminiscence a bit about our previous adventures. Here are some of our highlights and personal favourites from this year. You can read about our best memories, see some numbers and check out our blog review! Continue reading year summary: 2016

Metz & Frankfurt: the worst night and a change of plans

On our way from Switzerland back to Germany we decided to take a break in a small city in France called Metz. The road was a long, and the city seemed and looked cool; that is how we ended up there for two nights. In this post you can read how our plans changed completely and about our first very bad night. Those days were very stressful, yet we still enjoyed the trip. Continue reading Metz & Frankfurt: the worst night and a change of plans

Zurich: we hope our future home will be as beautiful as this city

The trip from Buchs (SG) to Zurich was incredible. It was during the ride there that we found out just how stunning Switzerland is. Mountains everywhere, no matter which side you looked at and beautiful lakes with crystal clear water. Especially mindblowing was the breathtaking Walensee – one of the most amazing views of our trip. That is why our expectations towards Zurich were really high. Continue reading Zurich: we hope our future home will be as beautiful as this city

guide: busking – making money on the road

Many people have wondered how did we manage to survive having only one euro a day, constantly changing cities, and still had the money to buy ourselves some delicious toast bread and chocolate spread every other day. We hitchhiked and used couchsurfing but we needed money for food from time to time. How did we get the extra money? There were no mystical powers involved, we promise! The answer is actually really simple: we busked. Continue reading guide: busking – making money on the road

Liechtenstein: small country, big adventures.

Liechtenstein. A very, very small German-speaking country squeezed in between Austria and Switzerland. Extremely easy to overlook and forget about. A lot of people don’t even bother to include Liechtenstein in their trips, but we decided we definitely wanted to see it after looking up photos of in on the Internet. Beautiful mountains, green hills and majestic castles overlooking the tiny country was exactly what we were after. Continue reading Liechtenstein: small country, big adventures.

guide: 9 steps to be a successful surfer on couchsurfing

Couchsurfing is a super important part of many budget trips. It gives you the opportunity to sleep for free, to poop and shower in a place that’s not a forest, and to make some delicious instant noodles. Most importantly, couchsurfing gives you the chance to meet really incredible people and fellow travellers that will shower you with stories about their journeys and maybe even help you get inspired when it comes to your own trips. Continue reading guide: 9 steps to be a successful surfer on couchsurfing

Innsbruck: sunny days spent close to the mountains

We both love mountains and having the chance to travel closer to them always brings us joy. Throughout our entire ride to Innsbruck we were sitting with our noses glued to the car’s windows, astonished by the views. That’s why we decided to stay in this city for three nights and let us tell you- Seeing Innsbruck was a highlight of our entire eurotrip. Continue reading Innsbruck: sunny days spent close to the mountains

Free travel: poor gays, but still on holidays

Budget traveling is not for everyone as it can be sometimes very pungent- simple as that. There are many different types of traveling: group tours, weekend getaways, RV road trips, event travels, package holidays and- of course- budget traveling. Some people want to have everything planned out: hotels booked, attractions and museums paid for; Others don’t care about the destination- the only thing that matters to them is the road itself. People can choose the way they travel based of the thickness of their wallets, interests or higher motives. Continue reading Free travel: poor gays, but still on holidays