Beneath the Remains: The Military Ruins of Jüterbog

(This article is a collaboration between yours truly, Ruben Kindel Photography, and Mi Wall Photography.) Jüterbog: A small city of roughly 14,000 inhabitants some 90 kilometers southwest of Berlin. It’s a city you won’t read about in travel books despite its well-preserved medieval city center, which suffered no considerable damage during World War II. There is, … More Beneath the Remains: The Military Ruins of Jüterbog

Away Days: Dynamo Dresden means business

Even 27 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, there are discernible differences between the two Germanys—for example when it comes to football. Former East German clubs that once enjoyed international success have been playing for decades in the lower divisions of the German football league. The reasons for that run the gamut from lack of … More Away Days: Dynamo Dresden means business

Interview with Jordin Turkington/The Yala Families

Not too long ago I came across an interesting new blog on Instagram: The Yala Families. The Yala Families is a blog that shares the biographies of travel bloggers, both established and up-and-coming, and focuses on inspiring and remarkably well-written content with a positive message—whether that’s encouraging the reader to take the plunge and go on the … More Interview with Jordin Turkington/The Yala Families

The Ruins Of Krampnitz: An Abandoned Soviet Military Base Near Berlin

(This article is a collaboration between yours truly and Ruben Kindel Photography. All pics in this article were shot by him. Make sure to check out his website and follow him on Facebook too.) A ghost is haunting the forests of Brandenburg—the ghost of Communism. Berlin and its surrounding areas are great for historical urban … More The Ruins Of Krampnitz: An Abandoned Soviet Military Base Near Berlin