Every now and then I get a “How can you afford this?” or “IDK where you got that money from” in my comment box. And I think there is a misunderstanding, that my words alone cannot solve.
Since I dont have an apartment anymore I am actually saving some money compared to my previous lifestyle – even with the flight tickets! And living in a tent is so beautiful that by now I miss the wind when I sleep in closed rooms. So here is an incomplete diary of my homes all over the world – as far as I documented them.
The washing machine — in San Pedro La Laguna. This is the kitchen <3 — in San Pedro La Laguna. This is my apartment in St Pedro, in which I took a break from hiking and camping for nearly 2 weeks. On this terrace I sat with Maria and learned some Spanish. Together with this room came a kitchen and a laundrystone in the yard. — in San Pedro La Laguna. Somewhere North to Altenahr I think. There was a lot of wine but I couldnt anymore at this point. Beautiful Belgium. And finally good wine again. Behind a hospital, which means this time there was water and toilets. — in Antigua Guatemala. Behind a hospital, which means this time there was water and toilets. — in Antigua Guatemala. The same place with a police officer that wanted to make a photo with me. I swear it was this way around! Some small town on the road through Guatemala. This is the perfect urban camping photo. Completed by dog piss. — in Guatemala. What you cannot see here is the Volcano spitting and growling lava and ashes. But you should. — at Volcán de Fuego. … But it was a nice trip, camping in forests, mountain fields, behind grapevines and so on.. — at Eifel. Stupid as we were we camped underneath an Ahorn tree. So little boar babies came for a visit in the morning and tipe-tapid around our tent…— at Eifel. a bit more than a week in the middle of the jungle. Every night with a high flood and every morning with Capibaras and Kolibris. It was one of the most beautiful stays and also the place, where I heard the Monkeys at night. — inPalenque, Chiapas, Mexico.