Mid of March 2020 the lock down came full force. European borders were closed. People in Berlin were allowed to do walks and go to the supermarket. Usedom, at the Baltic sea, was a ghost island during Eastern 2020.
Iceland in December – seven short days in the South and West
Ladakh: Leh, Matho, Chilling, Likir, Alchi, Lamayuru, Basgo, Rangdum, Padum, Zanskar, Darang Durung Glacier, Parkachik, Nun Kun Mountain Massif, Karsha, Kargil, Dzongkhul monastary, Stod Valley, Mune Gompa, Tsarap River, Zanskar River, Pangong Lake, Tso Moriri, Tso Kar.
Autumn in North India: most tourists have left Ladakh and Zanskar, the farmers and herders prepare for another long and probably harsh winter in the some of the highest Himalayan region on earth.
Pangong Lake, Tso Moriri, Tso Kar
Ladakh magic during Kashmir lockdown 2019
Kerala: Trivandrum, Varkala & Kovalam Beach, Edava
Kerala – “God’s own country” – a difficult paradise.
Kargil town is a frontier district, during my visit, Kashmir was under security lockdown.
Zanskar has some of the remotest villages and monasteries in the Himalayas.
Großbritannien steckt in einer tiefen Krise – nicht erst seit der Brexit-Diskussion. Wer sich fragt, wie es dazu gekommen ist, wird in der neuen Reportage von „MARKUS LANZ: ENGLAND – ungeschminkt“ Gründe erfahren.
“Ayes” or “Noes” – visiting London. People have enough of politics, they just want it over with (Brexit) and continue their lives.