Copenhagen Christmas: A stroll through Nyhavn

Are you from Copenhagen? – is one of the most common questions when I tell people abroad that I’m from Denmark. No, I’m not. I’m from Odense – and I have to admit… Continue reading

Combine Wales and Ireland with Irish Ferries

Being Danish, I remember the times when we had to take the ferry between the islands of Funen and Zealand. It was exciting to board the ferry and spend time exploring the corridors… Continue reading

Wales: Starlings and sunsets in Aberystwyth

As much as I love to discover new places for the first time, I also find it exciting to return and re-discover a place – like when I recently found myself back in… Continue reading

Travel Thoughts: Leaving Pembrokeshire

Do you know the feeling you get when you leave a place, but you somehow know you’re gonna be back again soon? That’s how I’ve been feeling the past two years when leaving… Continue reading

10 quick ideas on what to do in Brighton

Brighton is probably the UK’s best known seaside city, and after just two days I understood why this place is so popular. It’s just a short train ride from central London – and… Continue reading

Unique Accommodation: Luxury hostel-boat at Bristol Harbour

Like I have mentioned in a previous blog post about Bristol, this city’s open-mindedness, atmosphere and diversity has really caught me – so I was excited when I discovered that it had also… Continue reading

Wales: Discovering Chepstow and Tintern Abbey

Chepstow might not be listed in your guidebook as a top attraction in Wales, but the bordertown on the River Wye has its own charm, a huge castle and great selection of walking… Continue reading

3 must-visit bookshops for true literature-lovers

There’s nothing like getting lost in a bookshop – no matter the size. And if my girlfriend looses track of me while shopping, she knows that the section dedicated to travel literature might… Continue reading

5 reasons to visit Cheddar …only one of them is cheese!

Yes, Cheddar is a real place… not just a type of cheese. It’s a village in the beautiful Somerset county in Southern England, and although most famous for the cheese originating from here,… Continue reading

Unique accommodation: Classy, artsy and old school near Brighton

In a lovely, residential quarter in Hove neighbouring Brighton, The Claremont offers a comfortable and multifunctional guesthouse full of art and inspiration. A Victorian villa with a welcoming vibe – just a few… Continue reading