Baby Reiseapotheke

Johannas Reiseapotheke für Marokko

 

Unsere allererste Reise als Familie steht an. Dabei beschäftigen uns in der Vorbereitung ganz andere Fragen, als bei den Urlauben ohne Kind. Eine der wichtigsten betrifft dabei wohl die Überlegungen bezüglich der Reise-Apotheke. Was muss ich für ein Kind einpacken? Welche "Notfälle" können mit Baby eigentlich auftreten? Hier erfährst du, was wir letzlich eingepackt haben.


Euro-Trip 3/3: *Slowenien*

 

Von dänischen Nordseedörfern in die Haupstädte Osteuropas - Geplant ungeplant fahren Tobias und ich über 5000 Kilometer durch sechs Länder.

 

Das liest Du in diesem dritten Teil: Slowenien gilt als Land der Bäder und Thermen. Nur wir scheinen kein Glück zu haben. Mit einem Jäger in Sloweniens Naturprks unterwegs und die Hafenstadt Piran als riesen Geheimtipp!

 

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Euro-Trip 2/3: Ungarn * Kroatien

 

Von dänischen Nordseedörfern in die Haupstädte Osteuropas - Geplant ungeplant fahren Tobias und ich über 5000 Kilometer durch sechs Länder.

 

Das liest Du in diesem Teil: In der letzten Sekunde fahren wir doch an Budapest vorbei und entscheiden uns lieber für ein paar ruhige Tage am Balaton-See! Kroatien empfängt uns mit strengen Passkontrollen und einem Volksfest.

 

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Euro-Trip 1/3: Dänemark * Polen * Slowakei

 

Von dänischen Nordseedörfern in die Haupstädte Osteuropas - Geplant ungeplant fahren Tobias und ich über 5000 Kilometer durch sechs Länder.

 

Und das liest Du in diesem Teil: Breslau als vorläufiges Highlight unseren Trips, eine entspannte Bootstour, veganes Essen & perfektes Wetter. Außerdem: Heimatgefühle in Oppeln und eine Massage in Bratislava.

 

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Culture Festival in Pô

The second edition of the „Culture-Festival“ brought us to Pô. This tiny city is located close to the Ghana-Border and a four-hour drive from the capital away. The car packed with our friends, some good vibes, an absolutely hilarious driver, we hit the road. After a bumpy ride we finally reached and stopped first of all in a tiny restaurant along the highway, which is apparently the best one in town – it was crowded and we barely got a seat! We checked out the festival site, where people already started to set up the sound system and the stage electronics. Looks all very professional.

 

We installed ourselves in a pub nearby to not miss any of the action. After five long hours, it seemed the festival is about to start. We enjoyed two great hours, with entertaining stage performances and famous singers from all over Burkina Faso. However, the show got interrupted when rain started to spoil the show. I mean, how big are the chances for a rainfall in Burkina Faso? When finally, a thunderstorm arrived at Pô, the show was over. The crowd started to flee and to run and to hide and it was pure.... chaos. Luckily, our driver was right at the spot to pick us up! We missed the Festival, what a pity, but we made the most out of it and continued celebrating in town!

 


New Travelvideo: Burkina Faso

Elephants of Nazinga

In the South-West of Burkina Faso we went on an elephant-safari. Over 600 elephants live in Nazinga-Forest and we met a few of them. First, we went on a safari on our own, discovering lakes and small dirt-roads into the wild. Our second safari with a guide was very eye-opening, as he spotted many more animals: Eagle owl, antelope, monkeys, crocodiles and warthogs. We slept inside the park and even at night, we could identify lots of animals by their voices. An experience that you should not miss, when visiting Burkina faso. Here comes the descripting of how to reach Nazinga and where to stay.....Read More

 


A walk in the Park

Strawberries! Yummy!

 

Little things in life can make you happy: For instance strawberries. If you did not eat them for over twelve months! Right now it is harbest season for these red tasty fruits in Burkina Faso. But most of the strawberries leave the Burkina straight away as an export to other countries. Only a few fruits reach the local market in Ouagadogou, the capital. No straerries at all reach our town Fada N´Gourma. First reason is because, yes, there are not enough strawberries! Secondly, in fact only a few people in Fada know about strawberries so there is simly no market for it. Nobody (apart from Tobias and me) would buy strawberries. And third reason: The transport. The way to Fada is long, bumpy and it gets very hot! It would probably damage the fruits. Tobias ad I tried to give it a try and bought enough strawberries for the next weeks! Everything arrived more or less well. They are now in the refrigerator and we are enjoying tasty morning-smoothies these days!

 

 

 


Our Goa/India Video is online!

 

Here a video about our month in Mandrem, located in beautiful Goa-State in India. The magic of the

spice-plantations, the sound of the ocean, beautiful minds and souls, the fantastic food, that makes you

addicted! We enjoyed yoga, meditation, ayurvedic treatments, vegan food, live concerts and of

course the sea and the beach to our fullest!

#ourerthrocks #november2017

Calm Casablanca

 

Many people told us “Casablanca is the industrial heart of Morocco and thus dirty and noisy”. Luckily, we went to see with our own eyes, because Casablanca is maybe for me the most charming city in the country. Casablanca lies on the west cost with a massive coastline and also some beaches. It has just the right size: You can do a lot by foot and if the distances are too far, there is a tram. It has also just the right mixture out of locals and tourists. Travelers just melt in with the daily lively buzz of the city. Casablanca also offers some stunning architecture and in fact it was very clean. For us the most interesting: The shopping mall. We have not been to such an exciting mall since months. There is even an aquarium inside. I would have loved to spent more time here, but I´m sure we´ll come back one day!

 


Magic Marrakesh

 

Marrakesh – Morocco's fourt biggest city and famous for the Jemaa el-Fnaa square! You won´t believe your eyes while standing on this huge spot in the middle of the city: Real cobras are dancing to live-music, acrobats jumping around the place, the air is full of frankincense smell and woman are ready at any second to paint you an exotic henna-tattoo on your arm. By night – you won´t recognize the place! All the mobile-fruit-stalls, the restaurants and ice-cream-shops and the dancers have disappeared! Like magic, the square transformed itself to a big open-air-restaurant with almost a hundred different mobile cooking stalls. Fish, vegetables, meet, you´ll find all. The only thing to tell is: Choose wisely because you might become victim of a tourist trap. So we did. The “little” starter-plate was treated afterwards as four different main-dishes. For three persons.

 


Energetic Essaouira

Essaouira - pronounced “Souira” - is a wonderful little beach town with an old and new city-center. The city is probably most famous among kitesurfers, because the “Lagoon” offers a good spot and you (almost) have every day wind. With the wind come also waves and I´m talking about huuuuge waves. We have seen lots of frustrated beginners....so its maybe worth to travel here, if you are used to wave-kitesurfing. The beach area is also the perfect spot to hang around in the chill-sand-barfeoot-cafès or to do camel riding. Apart from that, second famous for its “Medina”, the old town, you can buy all types of handcrafts and eat in some amazing restaurant (We personally loved “La Table” and “Adwak” ). However, the fast-food falafel sandwiches are delicious as well! In the beach/medina area you have lots of young families and couples as travelers, whereas we have not seen any other tourists in the new town. Regarding accommodation: There are hotels, hostels, airbnbs and Riads. Riads are traditional Moroccan houses (all well restored though) with an open courtyard inside the house! They look incredible beautiful with their blue tiles. Many massage- and spa-studios are located inside these traditional houses.