The Unfulfilled Longing for Adventure
If only I had dared to ride my motorcycle through the gigantic mountains of Vietnam. Oh, how I would have loved to explore the most beautiful islands of Australia by sailboat. If only I had been part of the traditional water battle at the New Year’s festival in Laos. I regret that I have never climbed the world-famous Mount Doom in New Zealand. If only I had decided to care for elephants in a sanctuary in Thailand.
You’re afraid you’re gonna sound like that soon? You dream of experiencing such things? But you have doubts and you lack the courage to do it? Stop it! With my blog I want to help you to be able to tell not only about your unfulfilled dreams, but also about exciting experiences and your adventures from all over the world.
Hi, I am Arne and I take every opportunity to experience new adventures in foreign countries. I’m not interested in ticking off as much as possible from the world map, but in getting to know the country, the people and the culture. Therefore, I travel as far off the beaten track as possible. I rarely book guided tours from agencies or day trips from hotels. Instead, I prefer to explore the area on my own, as only then one is forced to leave his comfort zone. Only then the trip becomes a real adventure that you will always remember.
Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.
Inspiration for More Authenticity
Lying by the hotel pool for hours, getting on the tourist bus and visiting all the sights, shooting selfies in the chic restaurant every evening and in the end claiming to have travelled to an exotic country? If comfort on holiday often wins out for you, but you prefer to experience travelling more actively, consciously and individually, then you’ve come to the right blog.
I want to inspire you with my blog to see the world with different eyes. My travel experiences shall motivate you to create your holiday with more authenticity, more freedom and more adventure. I want to lure you out of your comfort zone, so that you can get authentic insights into the country and its culture away from the tourist masses. If you go along with that, you will realize that traveling is about much more than just ticking off the attractions on your list.
Tourists don’t know where they’ve been, travelers don’t know where they’re going.
My blog is also meant to introduce you to the wonderful nature. For me, nature is a place of freedom and peace. A place where I can enjoy time for myself alone, away from the daily routine. Not only at home, but also when travelling I like to go hiking. I want to inspire you and try to convey what it does to you when you reach the top of a mountain at the end of a long hike. My pictures and reports should show you that hiking is not boring at all and that you can see the country from a completely different side. A large part of my photography was taken in nature. I have made it my business to help you improve your photo skills, so that you can present beautiful travel pictures later when you report about your exciting adventures.
Who is behind Framedventures?
Hi, I’m Arne and I currently live in the idyllic Sauerland in Germany and enjoy the wide range of nature and leisure activities in the holiday region. My main job is as an engineer.
My passion for individual travel was sparked when I traveled through Croatia and Italy with a backpack for a month. But at the latest after my semester abroad in Australia and my one-month round trip through New Zealand, I was completely hooked on. A journey of several months through Asia followed, in which I got to know and appreciate solo traveling. Since then I have been traveling to foreign countries to discover unknown regions and experience new adventures.
I love to capture moments with my camera forever. Whether in nature, when traveling or on excursions, my camera is always with me. I share my pictures and stories here on my blog to inspire and motivate you to go out into the world yourself.
Have fun on my blog and get in touch if you have any questions or suggestions. I am glad that you are here. As English is not my mother tongue, please forgive me if I use a few wrong expressions in my posts. I will try my best.