Dhaka is a city most of you probably haven’t even heard of. While it is alike other megacities as Tokyo, Delhi, Beijing, … ranking at the 9th largest city in the world being home to over 20 million people living there.
Now it’s been a while since I last posted on my blog. Actually it has been more than 3 years after I suddenly stopped blogging as I didn’t feel like sharing my travelstory anymore.
There are so many blogs out here sharing countless stories, articles and photos of their journey. If you look at my blog which I started in 2016 there was only me, a website with two posts and another instagram user using the name “Lukas On Tour” – if you check now there are several users on instagram, a wordpress blog, more websites and hundreds of hashtags containing this name. Lukas On Tour became not only my story, but now covers the trip of many more ‘Lukases’ around the world wanting to share their countless stories, articles and photos of their journey. Why is it time for mine again?
I was very happy to see how many of you have followed my blog and about all the positiv comments I got. As you have noticed, after Wednesday, no new post showed up and that´s because my phone had to be completely reset and I therefore was to busy with setting it up again and working at the same time. Continue reading 7 days Australia will be finished→
So it’s day 2 of this week so what did I do in Renmark?
Bronte a guy living there discovered my public trip and invited me to his home, all trough Couchsurfing. That’s why I decided to stop there and i had an amazing time in Renmark – Bronte is the guy in the post picture.
After spending more then 60 nights at over 30 Couchsurfers in 6 countries and meeting even more Couchsurfers at one of plenty events along the way, it is time that I explaine what Couchsurfing is.
Everybody who follows my blog regularly realized it got really quite after me arriving in Australia. Actually I haven’t shared any of my amazing experiences, plenty travels and great tips with all of you and just kept them silently to myself.
After spending my 30 days in Indonesia I have climed some of the plenty vulcanos which Indonesia is made up of. The highlight was for sure Mount Rinjani which is the second highest Vulcano in Indonesia. I did a 3 day trekking tour with a group of other travellers and it was awesome! Not the cheapest but even for a low budget traveller a expense they should consider.