El Chalten calls itself the trekking capital of Argentina and is a great place to do some solo hiking – the perfect introvert activity!
Last November, five months into my South America trip, I arrived in Ushuaia. The most southernmost city in the world and gateway to Antarctica, I had been excited to see it. Yet, once I was there, I hit a low. And I mean, a very deep one. I got seriously homesick and lost all my motivation to travel further. In short, I
Ever imagined what it would be like to be on holiday with only like-minded introverts? Then joining an introvert retreat might be the answer!
Summer has reached Hamburg. Last weekend, the temperature was over 30 degrees Celsius. Perfect weather to think about winter travel, don’t you think? Bear with me, there’s a point to this. I’m specifically talking about winter travel in Chile. After all, that’s the season now on the Southern hemisphere. Picture this: Empty tourist attractions, breath-taking landscapes, plenty of time to snuggle up
Torres del aine Nationa Park in Patagonia is a paradise for hikers, and for introverts alike. Here’s what you need to know about the trek.
Taking a Patagonian cruise with Navimag Ferries in Chile is not only for introverts – but they might enjoy it most of all. Here’s why.
Socializing on the road may sound hard for introverts, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, it’s often easier than at home. Here’s why.
Chiloe island is the perfect combination of beautiful landscapes, cute little towns and peaceful island life. Here’s what else to expect!
3 years Global Introvert: Time to look back at everything that has changed since this little blog entered the world, in both writing and life.
As I spent the majority of 2018 on the road, I couldn’t help but learn a few things about travelling as an introvert. Here are my insights.