Looking for Taka Tuka Land, 2014

Looking for Taka-Tuka-Land: New Zealand and South Pacific (Trip, Family)

So here we go: starting in New Zealand, and then jumping from island to island, from French Polynesia, through Cook Islands, SamoaTonga, Fiji, Vanuatu, New Caledonia to Solomon Islands. Will we find the pirates and Pippi‘s father? What else will we find in this world‘s least visited region?

Since we are definitely not those plop-yourself-on-the-beach-and-do-nothing tourists, we will find a lot! Bluest waters, old volcanoes, wild tattooers, giant tiki statues and hundreds of stories. Each of those islands is unique and our „Looking for Taka Tuka land“ trip will be unique too! This time it will be much more from the kids’ perspective: pictures, videos and talks. How do Hanna and Mila see such a family travelling?

Start: 3rd of March 2014! Read the posts >>

 Blue Waters of Bosnia, 2013

Blue Waters of Bosnia, 2013

During summer 2013, we were jumping to different waters, touched the sky in Lukomir, visited both: Repulika Srpska and Federation and visited Srebrenica. This time also Hanna made a lot of pictures!

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 Between the Oceans (Central America), 2011-12

Trip: Between the Oceans - Travelling Central America with kids

From October 2011 until January 2012 we have been on a 4-month-long adventure: this time with two girls to Central America. The trip Between the Oceans 2011-2012 from Mexico to Honduras, through Guatemala and Belize.

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Around the Black Sea, 2010

Around the Black Sea

In the year 2010 we made with an old Renault Espace a 20,000 km long road trip –Around the Black Sea. In six months we crossed eleven countries: PolandUkraineRomaniaBulgariaMoldovaRussia,GeorgiaAzerbaijan. The Caspian Sea was our most eastern point of the trip. On the way back we drove through: ArmeniaNagorny KarabakhTurkey and finally Serbia, where our car gave up.

We met the Gipsy King in Moldova, became good friends with a poor family in the autonomous republic Transnistria, fell in love with Crimean landscape, hated corrupted Russian police, had a good rest in Chechen villages in Georgia, melt in 42 Celsius degrees in Azerbaijan, got wet in Nagorno-Karabakh, were asking questions about Turkey in Armenia and about Armenia in Turkey. And all this with a small, not even one year old daughter Hanna.

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