My last post was on the impeding closure of the old Berlin Tegel airport. I arrived from the Paris lockdown, going my separate ways, and it has been a great ride since then.
Still, this blog wasn’t at the forefront of my mind and while a lot of my Covid forecasts proved true, the pandemic-induced travel restrictions held out for longer than I had expected.
I still had some great experiences during that time – including giraffes in South Africa and camels in the Sahara desert – that I could share. And then I noticed that next week, on the 11th of October, Japan will finally re-instate their visa-free travel scheme.
The world is not exactly the same that it was 2 years ago, but I’ll try to pick up this blog every once in a while in the same spirit. This isn’t a couple’s blog any more (Ingrid may still do an occasional Instagram update); it is my personal space now and will feature a wider cast of characters, guests and travel companions.
I’ll see where this takes me – and it may well get more personal than before – and with much of the world getting accessible again I hope there’ll be more to show you in the future.
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