News about this site
- Feb 2008 - Believe it or not - the translation of all Eastern Europe related stuff into English has finally been accomplished. Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Montenegro and Albania - all available now in English. Including many new destinations in those countries and in Serbia. Also added another travelogue (#7, Serbia, Kosovo, Albania, Montenegro). Oh, and I switched to a CMS, which means that this site will soon be available in a unified design.
- May 2007 - The translation of the Eastern Europe section is slowly progressing. Belarus, Estonia and Latvia have been completed recently. Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Albania will follow. Check in occasionally - it's worth having a look! [LINK]
- Mar 2007 - Migrated the entire English part on Eastern Europe to a new domain - www.europe-east.com. The German and Japanese part and English pages that are not about Eastern Europe remain on the main site www.Tabibito.de.
- 1 Jan 2007 - My daughter Alia was born. My life has a new meaning now...
- Aug 2005 - Permanently moved to Japan. For 5 years? For decades? Forever? No idea so far.
- Jun 2005 - At last! The English version of the Balkan website, including extensive fact sheets about Bulgaria, Romania, Macedonia, Serbia + Montenegro, Bosnia + Hercegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Moldova and Transdniestr and separate pages about 55 destinations, is ready! That was a good deal of work! [LINK].
- Oct 2004 - Tabibito's odyssey through the Middle East. An extensive travelogue about a trip to Israel, Jordan and Egypt in the year 2000 with a chaotic end. [LINK].
- Oct 2004 - Travelling the Ukraine: Loads of info on the Ukraine itself, how to travel and where to stay, a long travelogue and introduction of seven destinations in the country. [LINK]
- Sep 2004 - Tabibito introduces the Czech Republic. All about the history, politics, food and drinks, travel hints and many destinations all over the country incl. numerous pictures. [LINK]
- Aug 2004 - Laos travelogue. A rather long report about a tour through Laos in 1998, three years after the country allowed first visitors. Includes background information and many pictures. [LINK]