Osaka: megacity madness

  While Kyoto emanates old imperial charm, Osaka breathes big city life. When ascending to the top of Umeda Sky Building, one looks over a city that stretches out to the horizon. Rows and rows of multi-story houses, a few skyscrapers in between, all dissected by an ever-growing network of highways and train tracks. Very …

Missing the African Sun

      With a week of afternoon-to midnight shifts ahead I made a goal of finally organizing my photo archives. With the pouring rain outside limiting my sports and going-out for coffee options, I have at least made a pretty good job at browsing the tons of pictures I have amassed over the past …

An Ode to India

  Currently, I am reading Anika Landsteiner’s first book ‘Gehen um zu bleiben’, where she talks about her travel experiences and how they have shaped her. And she is talking about India, too. Her words resonated in me, we have made similar experiences and have made similar conclusions. A lot of fellow travelers, as she …