The Travel Episodes

A Well for Uganda

The Long Road to Water

A project that promises to help people and push me to my limits. A reality between moments of lethargy and the pressure to perform.
Steven Hille travels to Africa to build a well.

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Afghanistan

Kabul

Since 1978, Afghanistan has been at war. Nevertheless, Josh Cahill wants to visit the capital, Kabul, something he’s been dreaming of since he was a child. An adventure with an uncertain ending…

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An Odyssey in the Philippines

Me, Love and Other Catastrophes

Fresh from a break-up, Marco Buch sets out on an emotional rollercoaster ride in the Philippines, meeting dancing killers and tattooed girls, and experimenting with Tinder.

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Around The World in Ten Days

Speed Dating with New Zealand

Christoph Karrasch encounters Hobbits, holes in the ground with digestive problems, half-naked toothless individuals, and jumps from the highest tower of the southern hemisphere.

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Couchsurfing in Iran

Officially, it’s prohibited. Still, Stefan Orth decides to couchsurf through Iran, thereby getting to know a country that doesn’t fit its image of a rogue state.

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23 Days in the Antarctic

Happy Antarctica

King Penguins. An ice-water bath. Storms on the polar seas. Susanne Baade and Dirk Lehmann travel to Antarctica on the hunt for happiness.

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Vietnam

Lost in Vietnam

It’s difficult for backpackers to escape the package-deal tourism industry. Philipp Laage takes a trip to Vietnam – and comes face to face with his own shortcomings.

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The Long Road to Water

A Well for Uganda

The Long Road to Water

A project that promises to help people and push me to my limits. A reality between moments of lethargy and the pressure to perform.
Steven Hille travels to Africa to build a well.

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Kabul

Afghanistan

Kabul

Since 1978, Afghanistan has been at war. Nevertheless, Josh Cahill wants to visit the capital, Kabul, something he’s been dreaming of since he was a child. An adventure with an uncertain ending…

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My city: home

Where are you at home? How did you end up here, and why haven’t you moved on? The authors of our episode reveal what the city they live in means to them.

Off-Road to Istanbul

An Adventure in Five Parts

Off-Road to Istanbul

Jonas, Robin, Lucas and Peter are going on an off-road trip across Eastern Europe. Their car? A four-by-four. Their destination? Istanbul. They’re four friends on the adventure of a lifetime – a journey into freedom and the unknown.

The Authors

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Steven Hille

Steven Hille loves nature, crazy ideas, Lisbon, and feeling the headwind on his racing bike. And he loves to keep pushing himself to his limits. He puts himself to the test in various ways, including running the occasional marathon and climbing Mount Fuji. There came a point when he decided it was time to start concentrating on the sort of projects that have a real benefit. So, he collected donations for a tiger cub, he supported a national bee project, and he built a well in Uganda.

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Josh Cahill

Josh Cahill has two big passions: remote countries and airplanes. On his English blog, the German non-stop traveler combines them both, with enthusiastic followers worldwide.

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The Travel Episodes

In The Travel Episodes, boundaries are blended: in inspiring travel reports, selected authors recount their adventures with text, film and photography. The focus is on the story, with no distracting elements. By scrolling, the readers are able to control the pace of the story themselves.

The episodes appear in German and English. Following the Grimme Award-winning „Reisedepesche“ and the leading platform for travel blogs, „Reisedepeschen„, with The Travel Episodes, Johannes Klaus establishes a new form of telling travel stories – with all the prospects that the internet has to offer.

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