Puerto Rico: El Yunque And The Bio Bay

El Yunque, A wanderlustersworld, Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico off the beaten path Last time we showed you what to do in San Juan, this time we’re going to go off the beaten path. As soon as you drive out of San Juan,  you will meet the “real” Puerto Rico. Small Mom and Pop shops along the streets, potholes everywhere 😉 and some of the nicest people around.  Where San Juan can seem hectic or rushed at some times (especially when the cruise ships just came in and all the tourists flow off the megastructures) the rest of Puerto Rico seems more laid back and relaxed than its capital. […]

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What To Do In San Juan – 5 Days In Puerto Rico’s Capital

What to do in San Juan. Our 5 days in the Puerto Rican Capital without stepping foot onto one cruise ship  The beach, cruise ships, cocktails, Bikinis, Palm trees, and sunburned tourists are what comes to my mind when I think of the Caribbean. Boy, was I wrong! Visiting Puerto Rico has opened my eyes to all the wonders you can find on those sun-kissed islands that lie between the Atlantic ocean and the Mexican gulf. We already shared our two-week itinerary for the whole island with you. Today it is time for a more detailed look into our first destination on the list: San Juan. […]

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Two Weeks In Puerto Rico: Our Itinerary

Hello fellow travelers, we’re back with our Puerto Rico itinerary! It has been some time since we’ve been on the road and we couldn’t be happier with our chosen destination. We’re in Puerto Rico and are going to explore the island for the next two weeks. I’ll be posting detailed descriptions of the four big parts of this voyage but wanted to give you guys an impression of what’s in store for you in the next few weeks. We flew into San Juan from Chicago O’Hare with a layover in Miami International. If you ever see yourself having to stay […]

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Travelogue #4: West Virginia

Vest Virginia, USA, A Wanderlusters World

Hello fellow travelers, it’s time for a new travelogue. Two weeks ago hubby and I went on a business trip to Buffalo, West Virginia. If you haven’t heard of it, don’t sweat. There isn’t really much to it. But the surrounding region is worth a little peak and some words 🙂 The first thing I noticed stepping out of the car was the humidity. It was like running into a wall. Hubby and I are from a region in Germany that can get pretty humid and the air in summer feels pretty dense, but not like in West Virginia. The second […]

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Travelogue #3: Ohio

Hey guys, as I mentioned in my Wanderlust Wednesday surprise post, this travelogue will be about Ohio. I never really thought about going to Ohio, to be honest. Maybe that’s the reason why I was so surprised what this state, that you don’t really hear that much about, has to offer. As I mentioned, I didn’t even know that there was a National Park in Ohio. I already told you about the Brandywine Falls in Cuyahoga ( spoken Ca-ja-hoega) National Park in the last post. But this sweet little NP has more to offer. You can discover the most important […]

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Travelogue #2: Chicago or why being the second city has it’s perks

“Yet once you’ve come to be part of this particular patch, you’ll never love another. Like loving a woman with a broken nose, you may well find lovelier lovelies. But never a lovely so real.” Nelson Algren, a man worth a post of his own, says it like I feel it. Chicago will greet you with buildings so high you’ll crane your neck, it will seduce you with food worthy of poetry and it will bind you to it with people so open, lively and full of creativity that you’ll never get rid of this feeling of longing whenever you’ll […]

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Travelogue #1 or: Why you should always watch your step in Berlin and other quirky insights about the german capital

Mark Twain once said about Berlin: “I don’t think there is anything in this world, that you can’t learn in Berlin, except the German language.” I think he wasn’t too far off. We lived in Berlin for five years and got to know the city pretty well. Even though most people in Berlin would tell you, that you can live your whole life here and never get to really know the city. And that’s true too. Berlin with it’s over 1000 year old history always has been and probably always will be, a place of constant change and invention, not only […]

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