Her particular love for Asia has made her travel through almost every country on the continent except Mongolia who is waiting for her. Due to his research to write his novels he has an exciting talk about the countries, their cultures and religions and the two evenings that we passed through the streets of the Arab quarter of Singapore knew me little.
He began his travels a good day at age 20. It was the end of the 80s and he left with a loaded backpack to Greece to enjoy a month with his jacket and tent. The 20 kilos he was carrying on his first trip have been reduced to 7 and instead of months he now counts his trips for years.
He lives from his publications and occasionally returns to his native Germany where his friends understand her although they are far from their own concerns and motivations.
If you read German I recommend some of his readings. His novels run through Nepal, China and Malaysia.
I met her just as I started my month-long trip through Indonesia and I wanted to leave everything again and embark on another indefinite adventure across the Asian continent. After chatting with her, a month seemed to me tyrannical, although of course I did not plan to waste it at all.
Steffi meant a warm reunion with travelers in love with Asia and the first of the endearing goodbyes he would surely have during the trip.
The official page of his latest novel | Das Jade Pferd