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  • Paradiesische Höhle

    Die Paradise Cave im Phong Nha-Ke Bang Nationalpark ist 31 Kilometer lang und -…

    Die Paradise Cave im Phong Nha-Ke Bang Nationalpark ist 31 Kilometer lang und - wie man sieht - einen kleinen Abstecher wert. Auch wenn es nebenan durchaus noch eindrucksvollere Höhlen gibt, die mehr Action bieten 🤠 Um in die Höhle zu gelangen, muss man ein wenig durch den Dschungel wandern. Zufällig gab es währenddessen ein Gewitter, das bei dem Weg durchs tropisch-nassgrüne Dickicht eine einzigartige Atmosphäre erzeugt hat 🌴⚡️🌿 . . . #paradisecavephongnha #cave #phongnha #phongnhakebang #vietnam #vietnamtravel #erlebees #nofilter

  • Ein bisschen Sport kann ja nicht schaden

    Gestern sind Oli und ich ein wenig durch den Công viên Thống Nhất…

    Gestern sind Oli und ich ein wenig durch den Công viên Thống Nhất flaniert. Spontan haben wir ein paar Übungen Falun Dafa (eine buddhistische Selbstkultivierungspraxis) mitgemacht, weil es bei der Gruppe so entspannend und harmonisch aussah 🤗 Wir mussten uns ein bisschen anstrengen, haben aber direkt gute Tipps von einem erfahrenen Teilnehmer bekommen 🙏🏼 Coole Erfahrung! ✌🏼 . . . . #congvienthongnhat #parklife #hanoi #vietnam #falundafa #erlebees

  • Das Wichtigste: Menschen kennenlernen

    When you're living and working in a foreign country for some time, you're…

    When you're living and working in a foreign country for some time, you're getting used to it too much and forget to do the extra-ordinary things you only can do here. You're coming home from work, you're busy, you're tired (or at least that's your excuse) and you end up on your way too comfortable couch watching Netflix. After realizing that I'm not THAT busy anymore, I pushed myself to do more extra-ordinary things again. And these things are of course about meeting new people. It's always the people. The reason for travelling, the reason to go abroad. People from different cultures, people with different experiences. Today, I had the pleasure to meet Tami from the Philippines 🇵🇭 and Pryia from India. 🇮🇳 It was so great to get together in a place like Hanoi, having Vietnamese food and listening to their incredible stories. By the way, it seems that people who are on Couchsurfing are having interesting experiences all the time. Shame on me for ignoring my account for too long. However, I'm looking forward to meet and host more fascinating, fabulous and friendly people in this crazy, but still charming and welcoming town of this wonderful country called Vietnam. People who love travelling as much as learning more about different cultures and meeting further fellow human beings. People who are kind, curious and joyful. People like Tami and Pryia. Thank you very much for sharing your last day in Hanoi with me, it's been a great pleasure. I'm sure we'll see each other again although I'm not sure in which hemisphere, haha! Fun fact: Today I ended up on my couch watching Netflix after all, but together with my good friend Pamela from Brasil! 🇧🇷 I fucking love this world! 🌏❤️ End of story. Good night! . . . #erlebees #hanoi #vietnam #couchsurfing #couchsurfer #peopleareawesome