Litchfield National Park is located about 100 km south of Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia. The park has numerous rivers, waterfalls and pools in an almost untouched unique Australian landscape. Unlike the Kakadu National Park, there are hardly any crocodile hazards and the park is much easier to reach. Visiting the park is free and numerous signs provide information about the sights, including maps. Basically, it is also possible to camp in the park at certain designated places.
In the course of time I have accumulated a number of places visited around the world. This website is primarily there to document these places for myself and to help a little with the memory. Mainly photos will be found here, but since 2018 also videos. In addition there are some travelogues, which were unfortunately never really finished, but will be completed in the future. The website starts with a tour to Florida in 2009. Through official visits I visited far more places than are shown on the map and were marked. However, I at least marked the most important places. For some there are no travel reports, photos or videos because the length of stay was simply too short or I had no desire to document something. The following places or regions were visited by me and have some content on this site:„Tour Map“ weiterlesen
After breakfast we paid our bill and set off towards Dades Gorge. After careful consideration from the evening before, this was the only remaining option. To drive back on the same route would be the last option. After Fes and then further along the Atlantic back to Marrakech it didn’t promise to be very great, because Fes is possibly worse than ales Marrakech as far as the annoying people are concerned and we were of the opinion that we didn’t want to see a city that would also be similar to Marrakech. Between Fez and Marrakech there would have been nothing to see according to our information. Sure there would have been a lot to see on the route, but we had no information.„2015 Morocco – Day 12 – Merzouga / Ait Ibriren (Dades Gorge)“ weiterlesen
The night at the hotel had been quite comfortable. Not too cold and not too warm. We had to turn on the heating in the evening but in the night the temperatures were just right. In the hotel we had not booked breakfast and therefore we drove with the car further in the direction of the gorge. Before we had already decided to stay another day here. After some time driving with attractive serpentines in the valley we reached a somewhat larger city. We just wanted to have breakfast and chose a quite frequented coffee. Everything was full with locals, because somehow it was also market day. We ordered the usual and the waiter made arrangements to set a table for us. So really with tablecloth and cutlery.„2015 Morocco – Day 13 – Ait Ibriren (Dades Gorge)“ weiterlesen
Dades Gorge, also known as the “Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs,” is a spectacular natural wonder located in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. The gorge is a narrow valley that has been carved out by the Dades River, and it is known for its stunning scenery and unique rock formations.„2015 Morocco – Day 14 – Ait Ibriren (Dades Gorge)“ weiterlesen
Ait Ibriren is a small town located in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It is situated in the province of Tinghir and is known for its traditional way of life and unique cultural practices. The town is named after the Ait Ibriren tribe, which is one of the largest Berber tribes in the region.„2015 Morocco – Day 15 – Ait Ibriren (Dades Gorge) / Marrakech“ weiterlesen