Interviews in retrospective

Interview with Juanes

It is in october 2003 when I speak to Juanes. During the night he came by bus from Berlin to Amsterdam for a concert in the Melkweg . “I’m not a fan of air planes so we tour …

Interview with Noa

I wait patiently for the moment she will enter the lobby. Than suddenly the door opens. There she is, her long curly hair hanging loose around her shoulders. When she smiles a gap between her teeth reveals itself.

Interview with Michael Franti

Michael Franti just arrived from San Francisco early in the morning. Although he hardly slept during the flight, he's in a good mood. When I greet Michael, the nearly 2 meter / 6,5 feet tall singer-songwriter answers with a hug.

Interview with Mafalda Arnauth

The first time I saw fado singer Mafalda Arnauth perform live was in Porto. I had never heard of her but was intrigued by a poster that announced the concert in this Portuguese town that is famous for …


South America Skank – JahLen Reggae Vibes

This journey takes you to some of the highlights of South America and is accompanied by some delicious Reggae Vibes by jahlen

Alternative route to Machu Picchu

You can walk to Machu Picchu on the Inca Trail or take the tourist train. You can also take a detour through the town of Quillabamba. This alternative route to Machu Picchu is a spectacular ride that includes …

Mysterious Moai of Easter Island

Easter Island is best known for its mysterious Moa, huge statues scattered all over the small island. Rapa Nui, as the island is originally called,  is one of the most solitary islands in the world. 

El Caral, America’s oldest town

El Caral is a city that was founded some 4500 years ago. It is one of the world's oldest civilizations. El Caral is considered the first stone city in the Americas.