Category Archive: Travel Thoughts

Travel thoughts: Stop and smell the roses

I’m currently sitting at an airport café in Madrid. It’s 2 at night, and I’m waiting for my early morning flight to Denmark. A good time to reflect on leaving the Spanish capital… Continue reading

Travel Thoughts: Life inside a tourist attraction

You might have had the thought too while travelling and visiting a new city. How would it be to live here? A thought I have whenever I visit a new place. How is… Continue reading

Travel writing – the pursuit of a passion

It’s a true blessing to have a goal. To have a passion to pursuit. A passion that you might be able to make living of one day. Who knows. I only know it… Continue reading

Travel thoughts: I love Monday mornings

Well, let me specify. I love Monday mornings when I’m visiting big cities. Because on a Monday morning – especially out of the main tourist season, I get to see the “true colours”… Continue reading

Best of Travelooney Blog 2016

It’s been a busy year here on Travelooney Blog, which will be 2 years old in late spring 2017. More than 80 different blog posts have been published throughout the year and read… Continue reading

10 valuable lessons that travelling has taught me

We use it in many different connections and it can sometimes become a bit of a cliché: I learned so much from this. This experience taught me a lot. But what exactly did… Continue reading

Keep up with Travelooney Blog

Thank you very much for stopping by my travel blog! I just want to let you know that you can keep up with everything that happens on the blog + get lots of… Continue reading

Travel Thoughts: Foreign friendships – keep them going

Last Sunday I found myself sitting around a table in the sun sharing a drink with an Irish bartender, an American accountant, an Italian chef and a Scottish DJ – only having known… Continue reading

Travel Thoughts: Have a haircut abroad

If you’re a bit picky about your hair, you might never consider this, but having a haircut during your travels can turn out to be an authentic local experience. Through the last four… Continue reading

The dilemma of being an International couple

In the beginning I didn’t think much about it – after all we didn’t know where this was going. But as our relationship started getting more serious, a dilemma came with it. Where… Continue reading