About Anne-Sophie Redisch

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

Canterbury Cathedral and the badass bishop

Saint Thomas of Canterbury Today, we’re going to talk about Thomas Becket. And I don't mean that dude on Sniper, but the original one, Saint Thomas of Canterbury. Our Thomas Becket came long before the US Marines – and was, frankly, more of a badass. [...]

World at a Glance: The beautiful library at Pannonhalma Abbey

Few things enchant me more than libraries. I've often thought I'd like to sleep over in one, especially in a delightfully dusty, old library. Sneak in around closing time, say, then hide until everyone is gone and stay overnight. Sleeping bag, head lamp and a [...]

2019-05-18T15:53:11+01:0011 March 2019|Hungary, UNESCO World Heritage|

Naval Port of Karlskrona

Present-day Sweden has about 10 mill inhabitants, just over 1% of Europe's population. But back in the 17th and 18th centuries, this little country was an empire, ruling a rather large part of Europe. Around the Baltic, you can still see markers of the Swedish [...]

Up in the Jungfrau

I'm dreaming of glaciers lately, which you may have deduced. Possibly because of all this snow. So while we wait for spring to get here (come on, already!), why don't you come with me to another glacier. To Jungfrau-Aletsch. It's not going to be strenuous [...]

Driving the Pamir Highway – Dushanbe to Osh

Thinking of driving the Pamir Highway? It's one of the world's epic road trips (possibly the most epic), through the wild landscape of the Pamir Mountains, and along the equally wild Panj, the river that forms the border between Tajikistan and Afghanistan. You'll drive across [...]

2019-02-13T08:36:02+01:0028 January 2019|Kyrgyzstan, Road trips, Tajikistan|
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