The Travel Episodes

From Iran Through Pakistan to India

Hitchhiking Through Pakistan

Flying carpets on wheels. A tête-à-tête with dons. Despair and elation. Morten Hübbe and Rochssare Neromand-Soma on their hitchhiking adventure through Pakistan.

Start the Journey

scroll for more travel episodes

A Village Festival in Bavaria

The Bavarian Olympics

Finger-wrestling is all very well, but there are other ways to measure your strength: rolling tree trunks, for instance. Karin Lochner dons a dirndl to cover the Forestry Triathlon in Ohlstadt, Bavaria.

Start the Journey

scroll for more travel episodes

Johanna Stöckl

My Loveletter to Langeoog

I had to be forced onto the first date, but by the second evening you’d already taken my breath away. A long-distance relationship? Shall we give it a shot?

Start the Journey

scroll for more travel episodes

Somaliland

Welcome to Somalia

Somaliland. A forlorn place, so it seems. Johannes Klaus and Alex The Swede embark on a journey to a country that officially doesn’t exist.

Start the Journey

scroll for more travel episodes

The Reportages

Immerse yourself in adventure!

Towards Winter

Notes from a cold water swimmer

Towards Winter

I’ll slip out of the ice, into the dry air, and my skin will feel aglow. A rush of pleasure will tumble across my body. The pain of the cold will disappear. By Jessica J. Lee.

Start Episode

Couchsurfing in Russia

Yakutia – Dagestan – Volgograd

Couchsurfing in Russia

Stephan Orth just can’t stop. After Iran he travelled to Russia as a couchsurfer. What impressions do you get of this huge, strangely unfamiliar country when seen through Russian eyes?

Start Episode

The Latest News

Facebook

Your ‘like’ makes us very happy!

Newsletter

Wouldn’t it be great to find out before anybody else when a new travel episode is online?

Well, now you can!

The Authors

Marius Kriege

Overview

Antarctica

about

„Gee, Brain, what do you want to do tonight?“

Pinky

 

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.

Ein Land, das es nicht gibt
Looking pretty happy about his new baby: Johannes.