Posts filed under: travel

The Shark Pass is in the Bikini Atoll which is part of the Marshall Islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. It is basically as far away as you can get from any other place along the equator. There...
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If you are not a tec-diver I kindly suggest to stop here and move to more interesting stuff. You will only see dead boring 20 minutes of: endless, dark, narrow, radioactive, rusty gangways full of slit. If you are a...
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Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos in great masses. The term: “have you also seen the grey reef shark?” after the dive is now somehow spoiled. Enjoyable at the shark pass of the Bikini Atoll, but see for yourself!...
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To reach Ebeye where the MS Windward was waiting for us, we had to get to Kwajalein the only international airport on the Marshall Islands. I never heard this name before but United did, as they got very nervous when our...
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…the tainted lost paradise… Just back from the most remote place I have ever traveled to. 13.000km away from Frankfurt am Main, one third of the circumference of the planet and 10 hours time difference. You will find here soon some...
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Ever wondered how a 8 billion Euro p.a. money printer could look like? It looks like this and for me quite impressive! this is just a tiny part of a square 54km area that will be farmed until 2042. Have...
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Anatomy of a Bungee Jump You need  a kick by jumping down to hell with life insurance? Well, you are most probably considering the right move! Do it! It is definitely something that will remain on your life time mental...
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Wildlife photography = waiting in the wild… Back in 2007 where I had my first wildlife experience in Namibia I instantly fell in love with wildlife photograph. Etosha was a great experience but there where no leopard sightings. I was...
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Fascinating experience to dive the SS Thistlegorm by night. Fascinated to see how recreational divers take an impressive number of risks. Well at least they are not aware of it. How should they after 20 dives? However our managing tour...
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Yes! Wreck diving is one of the last somehow achievable activities on earth that may bring you into an Indiana Jones feeling. You travel through time and even on heavy dived wrecks as the Thistledorm you are allowed to kill...
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