Last week I had the honour to be invited to a vip coffee tour in Antigua Guatemala by Julio from @paralelo14coffee. It was a first test for a new coffee tour concept with a slightly different objective than the already very popular coffee producer tour that Julio offers where you meet a coffee farmer and experience the process of producing coffee from start to finish.
I remember traveling to Singapore on a regular basis until around 2012. Then the destination wasn’t an option anymore, until this year it became one again.
This year I went back to Guatemala – mainly because I fell in love with this country three years ago when I visited it for the first time – and because I wanted to find the answer to one question.
Der Sommer in diesem Jahr ist durchaus hinnehmbar – zumindest hier im Süden von Deutschland. Also packte ich kurzerhand die Campingausrüstung ein und machte mich auf den Weg, ein paar Tage am Bodensee zu verbringen.
One year later, after another 6 weeks and countless beautiful memories, here I am: back home, reminiscing, missing and remembering
I’m primarily a photographer and not a hiker or climber…I don’t enjoy hiking up mountains and it’s a challenge every time.
When you have some time to spare during a vacation, and you have already seen the major sights of a country, you get inventive and…you check Youtube for inspiration.
Ever heard about El Mirador in Guatemala? You might not if you’re not so much into forgotten Mayan cities in Central America – but you should consider going because it’s an insane experience!
World class coffee definitely comes from Guatemala. Since I’m a coffee addict, this year’s trip was definitely more about coffee
8 years ago I visited Sao Paulo in Brazil for the first time and to be honest – I didn’t like it. At all. I didn’t feel safe, I spent almost all my time there in or around the hotel and so I decided, not to go back.