Experiencing The Great Kemeri Bog Boardwalk in Latvia

While researching some alternative travel experiences around Europe, I came across some highly atmospheric photos of the bogs of Kemeri National Park in Latvia. A country I hadn’t had the pleasure of visiting… Continue reading

10 great examples of spectacular architecture in Madrid

The Parisian rooftops and the Eiffel Tower, Gaudi’s magic in Barcelona and the ever-changing skyline of London. Iconic images of tourism Europe. Think Madrid, and if you haven’t had the pleasure of visiting… Continue reading

Where to find Banksy in Madrid

Well, I can’t tell you where to find the controversial street artist himself of course (even if I knew, I wouldn’t). And so far no original Banksy art has been identified on the… Continue reading

6 practical tips to easily improve your travel photography

Photography can seem easy and straightforward. After all, it’s just point and shoot right? Well, there’s definitely more to it than that – if you want a nice result at least. Because we’ve… Continue reading

A December update from the edge of Wales

Travelooney Blog has been quiet the past few months. Due to a tight travel schedule as well as new writing projects that were demanding full focus for a period, I decided to put… Continue reading

Live from… Denmark: Summer is over, let the leafs fall

We’ve been through this year after year, but if we hadn’t, it would be difficult to imagine that soon the leafs will fade to a palette of toasted colours and fall from those… Continue reading

How to make the most of just 6 hours in Oslo

Is 6 hours enough to take in Oslo? …no, not at all. Not even close. But when we got the chance to visit the Norwegian capital on a mini cruise from Denmark, it only left… Continue reading

13 things to do when you visit Cádiz in South Spain

While many people head straight to Málaga when the journey is set for Andalusia in South Spain, try further west where the city of Cádiz is an excellent base for a combined beach-… Continue reading

Denmark: Colourless murals dominate the street art scene in Odense

In many cities around the world street art is seen as a way to bring colour and life to grey concrete facades and bland cityscapes – but in my hometown of Odense in… Continue reading

Travel Thoughts: I’m a mountain-kind-of-guy

“I think you’re more impressed by mountains” my girlfriend told me recently, after visiting a beach in South Spain. And thinking about it she’s right. As a pale-skinned, blond, Scandinavian guy I’m not exactly… Continue reading