After what some may consider careers in consulting and logistics, we quit our jobs, sold our stuff and left Germany to be full-time travelers and development volunteers. This blog is about our travels, our work as volunteers and our alternative life strategies - always looking to make an impact and to find the meaning in what we do or put some into it if we can't find any.
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I have been in Belize for the better part of a year now. I arrived with a backpack full of things that I didn’t need or that I could’ve easily bought here. A few things I brought proved to be very valuable. For the rest I just begged visiting friends. Here are the 5 things […]
Deutsche Version: Tauchen und Entspannen auf Caye Caulker Facts about Caye Caulker Caye Caulker is a 4 mile long sand island off of the coast of Belize. As opposed to Ambergris Caye with its posh upscale condos and millionaire homes, Caye Caulker is a backpacker and ex-hippie haven. Caye Caulker is tattoed, sometimes stoned and […]
English post: Scuba and Sea Food on Caye Caulker Infobox Caye Caulker ist eine vier Meilen lange Sandinsel vor der Küste Belizes. Im Gegensatz zu z.B. Ambergris Caye mit seinen luxuriösen Apartments und Millionärsvillen ist Caye Caulker eine Oase für Backpacker und Althippies. Caye Caulker ist tätowiert, manchmal stoned und immer völlig entspannt. Das offizielle […]