Easter Island: Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it

Easter Island, known also as Rapa Nui, is full of intrigue. The name of the island evokes immediately the image of moai – the emblematic, famous stone statues with a mysterious background. The moai sculptures are spread all around the island, they stand in silence but the history behind them speaks very loud. In spite […]

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Tahiti: The art of femininity

Good art, same as a good relationship, is long-lasting. It lasts many years, even in today’s throwaway society. Trends change, fashion changes but a real quality defends itself and finds its way to stay forever.

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14 tips how to see an active volcano best!

Mt Yasur is magical. Nervously waiting for an exciting meeting with the volcano, first you experience a special kind of quiet. It starts before you see it. Getting nearer and nearer to the mountain, the silence changes into a soft rumble. You hear it and you feel it but you can’t see it. The anticipation […]

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Vanuatu: Find you inner volcano

Vanuatu is a unique spot on a map of the South Pacific Ocean. In 2006 it was voted by British ‘The happiest place on Earth’, according to their ‘Happy Planet index’. It consists of 83 islands that make up the Y-shaped chain and offers a diverse range of scenery.There are sandy beaches, crystal clear blue […]

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Fiji: Sharks are human

There is a beautiful story from the late 70’ told by the old fisherman — Moses —  from the Salomon Islands. Moses is not sure about his age but he is sure about his love and admiration towards the sharks. This is a love story. The love story between humans and sharks. Moses says: ‘All […]

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Bora Bora: Chic is a frame of mind

Bora Bora was the last important stop during the Pacific Grand Voyage. Why was the end of my trip also my beginning? Because a trip to Bora Bora was not only about visiting the most beautiful island in the world, it was mostly about altering my own frame of mind, altering my beliefs and superstitious.

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The Marshall Islands part II: The objects of desire

Not many travellers make it to the Marshall Islands – usually the ones who do they have flying benefits or a goal to visit every country in the world. Rumours say the Marshall Islands are the fifth least visited country in the world.

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Welcome to Paradise

Some things happen only once in a lifetime. I’m talking about those things that give you butterflies in your stomach and make your life richer, fuller, so exciting that you can’t sleep at night – tossing, turning, trying to figure out how to transform dreams into reality.

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The Marshall Islands: You are the rainbow

The Marshall Islands are located half way between Hawaii and Australia. This little known country consists of 29 atolls and 5 islands which all together create a formation of two island chains: Ratak (Sunrise) and Ralik (Sunset).

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