Category Archives: Hitchhiking Europe

Turning 30 – living in Greece

Being in Granada in Spain was wonderful: enjoying the warm, winter sun and sharing wine with people from the caves. Camping in the mountains in Israel was amazing: sitting around the campfire, gazing at the stars and listening to friends … Continue reading

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Living in Ikaria!

Dear friends, Just as a quick update; I post one email I send to a fellow hitchhiker we met some months ago at the gasstation of Michendorf, Berlin: After almost a whole moon spent on the island of Ikaria, Greece, … Continue reading

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The way back: Granada – Eindhoven

22 November – 6 December Leaving Granada – it’s hard, cause there many reasons to stay here. I do love this place and it’s people! But still, there things to do in Holland. And my budget is now down to … Continue reading

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Granada, Granada…

9 November – 21 November It’s the 17th of November and As usually I wake up by myself. I’m sleeping on a matrass on the second floor of a Spanish house. Here I’m the guest of Maria, who has lived … Continue reading

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Autumn in Spain

30 October (Spanish autoroute) – 8 November (Granada) I’m strolling around on a gasstation somewhere in Spain. It’s late afternoon and weekend so there’s not much traffic around. Then a truck sounds it’s horn and as I look in it’s … Continue reading

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Autumn in France

La Versenne (middle France), Wednesday 27th of October Sunday I went back to my former www.hospitalityclub.org hosts in Paris. Not so long ago I stayed at there place for a week, and now coming back was like meeting with old … Continue reading

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