After two incredible months of Austrian wanderings, Stevo and I recently packed our four bags (and an extra one full of Austrian snacks including Cabanosi, Haribo gummies, and slabs of Milka, obvs) and departed on an eight-hour train journey to Berlin.

Train tracks above the colourful cities running along the treetops, passing through delicate rain showers, next to multi-toned, untamed forests, with winding dirt roads between bright canola fields simply wouldn’t be the same without a magical soundtrack. So we attached our tiny white-tree-branch multi-split-headset-adapter (if you don’t have one, you need to get one) to the iPad, and placed the ol’ Music app on shuffle.

Below are some of the tracks that accompanied us on our journey – one of the best land-locked trips I’ve ever taken.












We’d love to hear what songs you need for a long trip? Leave us your favourites in the comments below!


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  • StefaniaPalumbo
    Posted at 10:51h, 06 May Reply

    Hi guys your project and blog is very cool. I definitely will need some jazz as well (Miles Davis and Wes Montgomery) and Foals ‘You don’t know my number’, Talking heads ‘This must be the place’ 🙂 Enjoy the verzäubert Berlin!

    • howfarfromhome
      Posted at 15:35h, 06 May

      Ah brilliant additions! Thanks!

  • Jacques Cilliers
    Posted at 20:25h, 09 May Reply

    I’d definitely add some The Dollfins, Caribou, Father John Misty, and Jungle Giants on there 🙂 But top stuff – Al Bairre on there is a great addition!

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