After a few days I start feeling better. I have always wanted to do the „Dientes de Navarino Trek“ on the Isla Navarino, a four-day hike around a mountain that looks like a rotten tooth.
That’s how Ushuaia in Argentina markets itself, and it’s my interim destination before I get to Isla Navarino – just a stone’s through across the Beagle Canal, south of Tierra del Fuego.
A few weeks ago my mother told me she didn’t understand what I was looking for on this trip. When I left home last year in November I didn’t feel like I had to look for anything, but rather that I already felt gifted enough. Still I wanted to undertake this adventure to let myself be led by intuition to get to places and people in Latin America that I can learn from. I wanted to meet people that live their lives strongly connected to nature and remember their roots.What I find startles me. I don’t want to close my eyes, but rather want to learn. What I learn I didn’t expect. It shows me parts of this world, of people and myself that aren’t always pleasant.After six weeks in Puerto Maldonado I finally go to Cusco mid-February. But I feel stuck. I cannot […]
10 adults, 3 little children, 30 kilos of rice, 3 barrels of petrol, a basket with chickens, my camera equipment and much more.
Last fall a dear friend told me about a Peace Studies Course at the University of Innsbruck, in which students are confronted with situations that challenge their own peaceful behaviour.
The days on the “Tres Hombres” are becoming blurry. Sometimes we have to wake up in the middle of the phase of deep sleep.