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We're Kati and Sabrina

We’re an Austrian and an American couple, who met in San Francisco, lived together in Germany, and are now roaming the world together. We’re active travelers who love to hike, drink wine, go on road trips, and learn about new places. We created this site to help you plan your next trip and to document the best culinary hiking destinations in the world.


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Top Hiking Destinations

Hiking Guides and Itineraries
New Zealand | Moon & Honey Travel

New Zealand

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The Dolomites

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Seven Lakes Valley, Triglav National Park, Julian Alps, Slovenia Travel Guide | Moon & Honey Travel

Triglav National Park

Hiking Guide

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Experience the Austrian Alps, Schladminger Tauern High Trail, Austria Travel Guide | Moon & Honey Travel

Schladminger Tauern

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Annapurna Circuit, Nepal Travel Guide | Moon & Honey Travel

Annapurna Circuit

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Top hiking and trekking destinations Europe, Slovenia Kamnik-Savinja Alps

Kamnik-Savinja Alps

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Top Outdoor Travel Destinations

Travel Guides
Top Outdoor Travel Destinations in Europe, Slovenia

Slovenia

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Top Outdoor Travel Destinations, Norway

Norway

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Albania

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Ultimate Road Trips

Itineraries
North Island Road Trip Itinerary, New Zealand Itinerary

NZ North Island

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New Zealand South Island Itinerary, Road Trip Itinerary, New Zealand South Island

NZ South Island

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Hverir, Iceland Road Trip Itinerary, 2 Week Itinerary

Iceland

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City Breaks

City Guides
Vienna City Guide, Europe City Breaks, Austria Travel

Vienna

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Basilica of St. Ursula, Cologne, Germany | Moon & Honey Travel

Cologne

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Taling Chan Floating Market, Thonburi, Thailand | Moon & Honey Travel

Bangkok

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  • And just like that, we’re back in Vienna. In the last 3.5 months, we road-tripped through Montenegro, Albania and Romania. We lived in Istanbul for almost 2 months and dipped into Bulgaria for a wine festival. We’re happy to be back and we cherish all our new travel memories. These 3.5 months were the last chapter of 14 months of almost continuous travel. It’s time to process, reflect and write. There’s so much we want to share with you - lessons learned from long term travel, managing illness on the road: salmonella, E. coli infection and parasites (yes, all those scary things) as well as fun pieces on our favorite destinations. If you have questions about long term travel, unsexy topics like travel insurance, or anything else, reach out! Xoxo
  • We‘re wrapping up our Romania road trip with a visit to Corvin Castle (Hunyadi Castle). This Gothic-Renaissance structure is as much stunning as it is eerie. A torture exhibit is located near the draw bridge and tales of horrible deaths linger between the towers. Unfortunately, the interior is empty. There are almost no furnishings, so it’s hard to imagine Corvin as a place of residence. To break of the silence of an off-season visit, there‘s a haunting choral recording on repeat in the castle chapel.
  • Medieval towers, pastel hues, Christmas markets and elegant parks all fit together perfectly in Sibiu, Romania (aka Hermannstadt). #transylvania
  • Somewhere deep in Maramures, Romania. We spent the day hopping from one 18th century wooden church to another. These beautiful Orthodox structures are both whimsical and temperate. Inside, faded murals cover every surface, offering a glimpse of heaven and hell. The churches aren’t open, but there‘s usually a phone number to call to request to see the inside. This generally works well, though not always.
  • We’re in Northern Romania - close to the border of Ukraine - in a region called Maramureș. Traditional life is intact here and it’s a treat to witness. As we drove through rolling hills and rural villages, our eyes popped out at the site of well-preserved wooden churches, women in festive costume, and frozen streams. It’s enchanting, it’s beautiful and it’s hard to believe it’s all real. Photo of Barsana Monastery and our personal feline tour guide.
  • I’m (Sabrina) convinced that Disney cartoonists came to Romania for character inspiration. On our way to Cluj today, we saw women drawing water from wells (snow white style) and men steering horse-drawn wagons through colorful towns. Medieval villages are enlivened with a chorus of domestic geese, chickens and dogs. And, on every corner, someone looks like they’re going to hand out a poisoned apple. 🍎

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