knudis-travels

My travels in 2021 and 2022

Punta Arenas

My first stop in Patagonia was Punta Arenas, a nice town that serves as a hop off to different natur...

Santiago de Chile

I decided to continue my travels in Chile for two reasons :One: I haven't been there yet and Two: it...

Aida Caribbean ship cruise 19.12-02.01.

Yes, I did a ship cruise. My parents had invited me and although I was more than only slightly appre...

Eco Chontales Waterfall and Uvita (again)

Another camping trip. The pictures show the greatness of this country in many respects 😊

Curubandé, province of Guanacaste

We went camping and had a blast. Of course, this is a place mainly visited by Costa Ricans and I enj...

Puerto Viejo

Puerto Viejo will always be a very special memory to me, in many respects. The first few days there,...

La Fortuna

La Fortuna had been, as Monteverde, a very cool experience with lots of activities such as hot water...

Monteverde

Situated in the northwestern mountains of Costa Rica, Monteverde is admittedly a tourist hotspot. Th...

Puerto Jimenez and Uvita

Puerto Jimenez was my last stop on the Peninsula de Osa and to be honest : it didn't have much to of...

Rancho Quemado

Off the tourist trail, I was literally the only tourist at the time in this little village. But this...

Parque Nacional de Corcovado

What a tremendous experience it was. Recommended by many (especially Christian Barth, so thanks), I ...

Montezuma

Ahh Montezuma... you pearl of idleness and friendliness. I've come to relax and this is exactly what...

Peninsula de Nicoya

I have traveled further up north the coast of the Peninsula and will here and there add pictures... ...

Santa Teresa - Peninsula de Nicoya

I think the pictures speak for themselves. Friendly people, good food and a beautiful beach. Too bad...

COSTA RICA - San José

Bienvenidos a Costa Rica 😎Yes, I decided to go to the other side of the globe. You ask why? Because...

Moscow... AGAIN?

Yes, I flew back to Moscow. Why? Well, my original intention was to travel Mongolia and South Korea ...

Listvyanka

A nice little village at the southwestern edge of Lake Baikal, Listvyanka offered the opportunity to...

Olkchon Island

This was clearly the highlight of the journey so far. Lake Baikal and its surroundings, rocky shores...

Krasnoyarsk and Irkutsk

Since I have been struggling with a nasty cold over the past few days, I had to use more time for ge...

Tomsk

A little bit off the actual transibirian trail, Tomsk is a nice university city that is, apart from ...

Novosibirsk

Novosibirsk was, unfortunately, a short pit stop of one day. Therefore, there are not too many pictu...

Tobolsk

Tobolsk is a small city about an 8hr train ride away from Yekaterinburg. Mostly famous for its boast...

Yekaterinburg

Yekaterinburg is quite a big city which had a lot to offer. On my way there, I made a very pleasant ...

Perm and Kungur

Unfortunately, sleep is the enemy at times. Therefore, I wasn't able to get up early enough to see m...

Nishny Novgorod

Nishny Novgorod was kind of posh with its fancy shopping street called Boshaya Ookrovskaya and a ver...

Suzdal and Vladimir

Suzdal and Vladimir are smaller cities east of Moscow and they set what one might describe as the ac...

Moscow

Moscow is in every possible way not only the capital of Russia but indeed a Global City with all its...

Sankt Petersburg

St. Petersburg presents itself as a quite relaxed city with, as you can see, many churches and museu...