|Felix||The fabulous world of Felix the dwarf ...|
|Facts about countries||Statistical information about the countries we have visited.|
|Uluru||Not only today, but since thousands of years is Uluru - or Ayers Rock, as it was named by the European Settlers - a very important symbol. Since tens of thousands of years Aboriginal ...|
|Twyfelfontein||The collection of rockpaintings - or mostly rock engravings - at Twyfelfontein is Amazing. Here is only a small selection of the 2400 paintings.Click on the pictures to view them ...|
|Our visit to the SOS Children's village in Lilongwe
SOS Children's village is an international organisation helping orphan children all over the world.
The aim is to give a house and a family structure to the children in order to ...
|Diving at Sodwana Bay in South Africa||Situated at the northern end of the St. Lucia Marine Reserve, this Bay is close to the 27th Latitude, which is the ideal circle around the world when searching for good diving ...|
|The Moremi National Park||Most of this National Parks area lies in the Okavango Delta, atracting many animals because of its never ending stream of water.Click on the pictures to view them larger.|
|Laura Cultural Dance Festival||Click on the pictures to view them larger.|
The Laura Cultural Dance Festival was one of the few possibilities for us to experience Aboriginal Culture in Australia. A culture which has been ...
|The Kruger National Park||Land of the approximate size of Israel - 19,633 km² - is reserved for the animals in the north-east of South Africa. Men are only welcome as visitors or scientists. Within the sixteen ecozones ...|
|Diving at Ko Chang in Thailand||Ko Chang, Ko Wai, Ko Rang: small islands with exotic names in the Gulf of Thailand, just some kilometres away from Cambodia. Since the Thai government has discovered the beauty of the waters ...|
|The Himba people||In the Kaokofeld, in the north-west of Namibia, the Himba people are living as semi-nomadic pastors. This group seperated from the Herero people more than 200 years ago. The Himba are living in the ...|
|24 hours with the Mbanderus at their yearly procession in Okahandja ||
During our last visits to Namibia, we always appreciated to see Herero women wearing these big colourful costumes. Indeed, this traditional dress that most of them are wearing also with 50°C ...|
|Diving at the Great Barrier Reef||If someone speaks about the Great Barrier Reef, it´s most likely because of diving. As we don´t want to listen to theses stories all the time, we went there to find out what ...|
|The Etosha National Park||This National Park situated in Namibia is one of the biggest nature reserves on Earth. Withing it`s 22270 km2 game viewing is very easy, because most of the animals are well used to ...|
|Diving at the Tasman Peninsula||Situated at the northern end of the St. Lucia Marine Reserve, this Bay is close to the 27th Latitude, which is the ideal circle around the world when searching for good diving ...|
|Kulamba - the Chewa-ceremony
The Chewa immigrated in the 16th century from the Kongo to Zambia and further on to Malawi and Moçambique. They are lead by a king which rules over the whole kingdom which ...|
|The Temples of Angkor - a world-wonder!||For many travellers the name Cambodia equals with the name of the maybe most famous temples of the world: Angkor. |
Over an area of more than 160 km2 in the north-east of the country, ...