The final view on Indonesia's Pulau Padar island from the butterfly viewpoint. It's such an amazing beautiful view and Instagram can't even handle the full Panorama of it
The amazing Pulau Padar Island in Komodo National Park, Indonesia. To get to this amazing view, turn right after leaving the boat instead of going to the butterfly viewpoint on the left. It's worth the side trip to get a different angle!
A young women practicing yoga during sunset on Indonesia's Gili Air Island. I was at the right spot to capture this moment and maybe I should try it some time too!
If you snorkel around Gili Air island in Indonesia, you will see these guys sooner or later. I went in the water 3 times and saw at least one every time!
The amazing Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park in Indonesia. I found a perfect spot for my camp and had an amazing sunset and sunrise. This is the view from the tent, just far enough away from the official viewpoint where hundreds of tourists are taken up with Jeeps every day.
The simply stunning reflections at night make Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin one of my favorite mosques on the world! I would say it is the main reason to visit Brunei's capital Bandar Seri Begawan.
The amazing Ban Gioc Waterfall in Vietnam. It takes a bit of time to get there and China is right on the other side of the river! Totally worth it, one of the best waterfalls I have seen in all of Asia!
Im on my own, but you meet people all the time on the road
A beautiful sunset at Palomino Beach in northern Colombia. Most people come here for tubing down the tranquil river, but its also a great spot to catch the sunset reflections!
I would like to share my journey to Antarctica from March 2015. Our small vessel was the last one to depart this season and luckily, we were not stuck in the thicker growing ice! I have also uploaded the video , summarizing the complete trip. I just posted the pictures here, if you like to read about the story, just click on the headline below.
25/03/2015 After a bit more than two weeks in El Chaltén and El Calafate, it was now finally time to leave Ushuaia and begin my voyage to the coldest, driest and windiest continent of our planet: Antarctica. Not too many people have the opportunity to go there and I felt very privileged to be one of them. Together with around 80 other passengers, we would take two full days to cross the rough waters of the Drake Passage before we would be able to set foot on Antarctica, probably one of the most impressive places that we can visit.
Kuang Si Waterfall near Luang Prabang in Laos. I came here with high expectations and was not let down, truly a great piece of nature and worth the effort. Just don't take the horse if you don't mind wading through a river to get there.