Today I was not feeling well but when I saw the slight mist over the city I decided to go for a short hike anyway.
Location: S-Bahnhof Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle – along Kastanienalee direction north – directly after the Bridge head into the forest on your right– follow the small path around Schönerlinder Teiche – back to S-Bahnhof Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle / Distance: 5 km / Public Transport: S-Bahnhof Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle / from city center: 17 km / EastWeather: 7 °C, autumn mist / Camera: Nikon D90, 18-105 mm lens
Location: Rehfelde Herrensee – direction Garzau Pyramide – Brandsee – Langer See – Haussee – Garzin – Garzau – Rehfelde / Distance: 19 km / Public Transport: S-Bahn to Hegermühle or Regionalbahn to Rehfelde/Herrensee (1h) / from city center: 35 km / EastWeather: 15 °C, autumn sun / Camera: Nikon D90, 35mm lens
This is my final post from Armenia. It was really a fantastic journey. Look at all those divers landscapes! I can really recommend this country for people who love to go somewhere, where there is no touristic infrastructure in every corner. I would have liked to speak Russian to talk to people more, they all […]
On one of our last days we wanted to climb Mount Azhdahak but some of us were still suffering from different physical afflictions so we decided to take our sleeping bags and mats and install a “hospital” camp in the mountains to wait on the others to come back from the trail. I was kind of disappointed to miss the opportunity to see the famous crater lake, but frankly, when have you ever done this: Hanging around in the greatest landscape at an altitude of 3000m in an ocean of colors?
The only distraction we had was a horse and a donkey coming from different directions, meeting each other finally and run away together.
Rosas Haiku: Der Adler kreist Das Wasser kräuselt die Stirn Wolken ziehen auf
Gukhtak Churches Matosavank Monastery I saw a sign for the Transcaucasian Trail on the way and was surprised because I always thought the trail to be located in the upper Caucasus in Georgia. I looked for a map and the only thing I found was a map from a planned […]
In the East of Armenia, not far from the borders to Iran and Azerbaijan, on the left bank of Vorotan River near to the small dusty town of Shinuhayr at an altitude of 1500m lies Old Koth (Hin Koth or Old Shinuhayr), Armenias Machu Picchu. Being much older than its southamerican twin town – the […]