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Visiting Auschwitz has long been a ‘must-do’ on our travel list 2015

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My interest for The Second World War and Holocaust began when I went to Berlin a year before and by coincedent visited the KZ camp called Sachenhausen. After a tour here I was so chocked but also interested to learn more about ‘the darkest time in our history’. This was the reason why we a […]

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Tanzania 2014. Africa what made you so strong?

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My fifth trip to Africa took me to Tanzania to see the raw wild life at Serengeti NP, Ngorongoro Creater and Manyara Lake plus relaxing at The Island of Zanzibar Archiepalago. I have tried safaris before butt this time it was different for two reasons: I went with my girlfriend and it was a package deal, so everything was […]

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Cambodia trip the last days of 8 months on the road

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Exploring Cambodia and Angkor Wat is an amazing experience and I can recommend it for sure if you fancy accient temples. The concept is straight forward: You rent a bike or a scooter buide and then you drive around the UNESCO protected area which is almost as big as London. The many different wats (temples) are spread […]

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Khaosan Road – backpacker enclave in Bangkok

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How could I ever introduce Thailand on my website without including Khaosan Rd. – my second home. Khaosan Rd. is one of the most awesome places on earth to start your journey to whereever. This is where I learned about Thailand, Thai food and Thai people the first years. Ever since I have broaden my perspective […]

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Thai massage, foot massage, facial and oil massage…and happy endings!!

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Thailand is a synonymous with massage. Its the cheapest place on earth to get massage and its available just about anywhere in Thailand. Most common is Thai massage which is a lot of stretching and pressure and certain body points. Foot massage is the cheapest and always good. Then facial massage and oil massage which […]

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Songkran 2013 in Bangkok. Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, its about dancing in the rain…

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Songkran Festival in Thailand is a way of celebrating The Chinese New Year. Basically its a big water fight were anything is allowed as long as it includes water. It runs 4 days and during these days you should buy a water gun and just let go and accept that you will get sprayed the second you […]

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The water in Ganges River is septic but its also holy that’s why we swim in it…

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The water in Ganges river is holy which is why locals use the river for showering, shave, swim, buffalo shower, corps burning, yoga, meditation, dumping dead baby corps and much more…On the same stretch of 7 kilometers of river running through the city of Varanasi 30 sewers discharge into the water…Cheers and bottoms up. In a Lonely Planet edition […]

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Remarkable, bewildering and totally irresistible India!

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What is there to say…India compress so many different colors and inputs. When travelling around India you will see. One city is totally different from another. Below is a sample from Mumbai, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodphur, Pushkar, Agra and Varanasi. I remember when I got to India from South America and Africa I was so happy […]

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My ups and downs while travelling around the world

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Traveling is pretty much like a roller coaster. One bad day with early check out time, diarrhea, 10 hours busdrive, and 100 things to book, coordinate and plan is replaced by a stunning day with a fantastic new hotel with a killer view located in the night life area. Take for example this view from my […]

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Beginning of South America: Colombia, Cartagena, Cafe Del Mar,Santa Marta and Taganga

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My third time in South America. Starting out this time with Cartagena in Colombia. The next 14 days I would travel following the north coast from Cartagena to Santa Marta towards Taganga for some diving before entering venezuela. But first I was looking forward to enjoy Cartagena and its delicious food shops and restaurants with […]

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Panama Canal…The end of Central America but the start of South America. Paradise moves from one place to another…

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I have made it to Panama City all the way from Mexico City alive!! And feeling very good. More than 2 months in Central America was a new great experience with many awesome sights and people. From now, my way is down south. Down to Colombia. The plan is to catch a 5 day boat […]

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Guatemala has it all; volcanos, coffee, low prices, stunning outdoor, great people, excellent food…

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Guatemala has taken me by storm. Did not know what to expect but something similar to Mexico, but it is better in many ways. To start out with the accommodation options are fantastic, cheap, creative and always friendly. Guatemala is a mini Mexico with stunning sights, great food, friendly people and easy to get around. […]

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World Cup June 2010 South Africa + Mozambique diving

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The World Cup in South Africa was one of the most fantastic and brilliant experiences I have ever had. I was looking forward to this event for about four years or ever since it was announced that South Africa was going to be the host country for this fantastic once-in-a-life-time-experience. I was following the progress […]

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Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore …aaaand Thailand June 2005

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In the summer of 2005 I went back to South East Asia this time to visit Cambodia, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia. Of course I also spend time in Thailand - this time with two friends from Denmark and later my cusin. My plan for this trip was to travel down south to Malaysia after I came […]

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My first trip September 1999-2000: South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Swaziland and Thailand

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My first out of Europe trip took me to South Africa were my family was living. I was very excited and could not wait to do everything I had been planning from Denmark six months before leaving. It actually was  a big relief when i arrived I remember. I have been saving up money for 8 months […]