Popular as marathons have become, they are usually in cities one first has to travel to. The Wachau Marathon is a fast road marathon, but it goes through the world heritage Wachau valley – and one can get to it in a very nice way…
The World Museum Vienna, the former “Völkerkundemuseum” (Ethnological Museum), is a great place to challenge oneself into deeper thinking about the learning involved – or not involved – in travel.
Sometimes, you just have to go through hell… or cross its peaks, when the hell you are talking about are the “hell mountains,” the Höllengebirge of Upper Austria.
Vienna is a perfect place to think about European history, and a strange place of history – and especially so when it comes to the Imperial Treasury.
When there is a lunar eclipse, a.k.a. a blood moon, and the longest one of the century at that, do you go out to see it?
Can you have a (micro)adventure, take a chance for microexploration, with something so simple, in a landscape that you are more than used to?
What does one tell – what is there to tell? – of the sixth participation in the same event, the Bergmarathon (mountain marathon) around the Traunsee lake?
The presentation of the Mammut Delta X collection at the OutDoor Friedrichshafen trade fair this year (2018) – and a Chinese tea ceremony set from Kingpool – provided a nice case of ways we are not “at home in…” this world of fashion and tradition.
The LGT Alpine Marathon in Liechtenstein only came to my notice by chance.
It fit my aim to ‘adventure’ and #GetAtHome in the Alps by way of #microexploration perfectly, though.