About Anne-Sophie Redisch

Wanderer, mostly with kids, sometimes solo. Writer, dreamer, storyteller, negotiator, mum. Searching for the world's curious corners.

Khiva: where water is sweet?

Mohammed Rakhim Khan MadrassahIn the last post, I told you about our journey to see the environmental tragedy that is the disappearing Aral Sea. Time to move on. We leave Muynak and the autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan and head south into the Khorezm region and [...]

2021-01-20T21:46:05+00:0020 January 2021|UNESCO World Heritage, Uzbekistan|

Muynak and the dying sea

What does dark tourism mean to you? Do you think of Auschwitz? The fields of Flanders or Cambodia's killing fields? Chernobyl? Robben Island? Pompeii? The Berlin Wall? Places where barbaric acts of terrorism have taken place? A walk in the footsteps of Jack the Ripper [...]

Hiking Gaustatoppen, Norway

Only 4 more weeks until this strange, ominous year will become history, and not a moment too soon. If you're like us, you're more than ready to get back on the road. Any road. But healthy would be a bonus, wouldn't it? Just now, healthy [...]

Athens to Thessaloniki Road Trip

I’ve just returned from a short road trip in Greece. It was a much-needed break, an opportunity to see my fave travel mates, and, as an added bonus, a chance to celebrate my birthday in another country. That's a 3-in-1 Kinderegg right there!We spent a [...]

2021-01-20T21:35:37+00:0022 November 2020|Greece, Road trips, UNESCO World Heritage|

Stave churches – and a rant

I've been meaning to write about stave churches here on Sophie's World for a while now. Years, actually; waiting until I had seen the oldest of them all: Urnes. Somehow, I thought that one was needed. Well, in this corona-dominated summer - or early autumn [...]

2020-11-30T21:22:48+00:0030 October 2020|Idle musings, Norway, UNESCO World Heritage|
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