Since the launch of my nadjasgermany.com website in May 2018, I’ve enjoyed working on my website, sharing my holiday experiences on social media (Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter), and inspiring the community with my itineraries. I’d like to show you some ‘off the beaten track’ places and secret getaways in Germany. I can offer advice and tips on where to go and what to see, so that you can avoid falling into those tourist traps. Although you can’t avoid the crowds if you want to visit popular sights, I can offer something different to what you might see in a guidebook or a popular website. My mission is to inspire you, so that you will experience a great time in Germany.
You might have already ‘met’ Katie Evans if you’ve read one of her blogs on my website. Katie is a much appreciated and inspiring member of my team. She was born and raised in the UK (apart from a seven-year stint living in France). As a native English speaker, she volunteers a lot of her time to edit all of my blogs and website texts, and offers support and advice on alternative wording and style. I’d like to say a huge THANK YOU to Katie for her passion and drive, and the care she takes to ensure that my personality isn’t lost in the final versions. Katie Evans is a fundamental part of my team.
In the autumn of 2018, we welcomed another member to our team. Ulrike Kadritzke is originally from Hamburg in Germany, but has lived in the UK for more than 20 years. She volunteers her time to research a variety of different topics, as well as helping me create useful content for nadjasgermany.com. I would like to say a huge THANK YOU to Ulrike for her time and support to help me make this a quality travel website for anyone interested in travelling to Germany. Ulrike has written her own blog about the area in and around Hamburg where she comes from.