I cannot deny that I like the good things in life. Travel, nice hotels, a great dinner, a glass (or two) of good wine and so on. And I truly confess that I`d rather travel less before staying in a mediocre hotel. On the other hand, I have never been into what I call „over-consumption“. I do not have to have the latest electronic gadgets. I already sold my car years ago (when it was still frowned upon not to have one) since I don´t need it in Düsseldorf (and when I need one, there are rental cars…). I never liked the idea of buying a big apartment or house since I always wanted to remain flexible and sort of independent in my life. I am happy that at this stage I have reached a level where I can enjoy a few things that are very important to me.
This artist village in the Gulf of Tunis is simply out of this world - a symphony in blue and white with incredible views over the Mediterranean Sea and a few great cafés
My tips for a city break in the National capital of Tunisia - lots of culture, history and awesome landscapes
Exploring some of the major sites in one of the world`s most beautiful ciites - with tips from locals
Here is where the late fashion designer Azzedine Alaia spent his holidays in his home country