Airbnb is a great thing, shared economy is the future and those who try to regulate are old-fashioned idiots...right? To make things clear, I have to admit that I myself fell in love with this idea of shared economy, especially in the field of housing. I use Airbnb both as a host and as a … Continue reading Airbnb-friend or foe?
So I went to this event as a part of my job. An amazing event. Amina J. Mohammed, the Deputy Secretary General of the UN (meaning the second-highest ranked person in the UN), came to Prague. A short discussion framed by the SDGs’ agenda was organized on the premises of the UN Czech Republic. Besides … Continue reading Change the world? Let’s do it little by little
My heart melts down writing this post, Burkina was the country that I liked the most during my west african trip. Beautiful landscape, astounding sights, great vibe and foremost the most amazing people in the world. Here I became "sure et certaine" that I loved Africa. Coming to Burkina...rather a horrifying experience Our arrival to … Continue reading Travel guide: Burkina Faso
This little unknown country might not have so much to offer but it definitely reperesents a lovely West African experience. Beautiful nature, great hikes, hassle-free cities, voodoo rituals, motorcycle adrenaline and lots of beer. Welcome to Togo! Info: Languages: French (official), Ewe, others Religion: Animism (50%, Christian (35%), Islam (15%) Currency: CFA (1€=655 CFA) Price … Continue reading Travel guide: Togo
Mauritania has definitely been the most interesting as well as the strangest traveling experience so far. Stunning views, beautiful landscape, enormous heat and an interesting, to me a bit strange culture. Info: Languages: Hassanyia arabic, french Religion: Islam Visa: Available on arrival, one month visa costs 52€ for european citizens Currency: Ouguiya (MRO) Exchange rate: … Continue reading Travel guide: Mauritania
Having arrived from Dakar, where things were not so great, I was totally blown away by the colonial beauty and friendly atmosphere of the former Senegalese capital city. But let's follow the course of events as they happened & get you some useful information if you ever plan to visit this stunning west african country. … Continue reading Travel guide: Senegal
We only spent one week in The Gambia, so I can't make any judgements about it. But let me give you the impressions that this tiny African country left in me. Info: Visa: See the picture below. Most EU citizens don't require one, but there are exceptions. Americans do require a visa. Languages: English (spoken … Continue reading Travel guide: The Gambia