Category Archive: Xperience

Exploring Latvia: Bogshoeing in Kemeri National Park

Rarely have I been in such peaceful surroundings as in the great bogs of Kemeri National Park in Latvia. Surrounded by nothing but stunning natural scenery and silence only broken my crunchy bogshoe-footsteps.… Continue reading

Tenerife on two wheels: Mountain biking in the forest of Anaga

I was initially looking to “cheat” and do a bit of e-biking when I recently found myself on the Spanish island of Tenerife. I was on a work trip and had travelled to… Continue reading

Spain: Whale watching in Tenerife

There are few things as exciting as the sight of a back fin piercing the water’s surface right next to you. And the fact, that for a short moment you’re sharing a couple… Continue reading

4 cool alternative activities for non-skiers Switzerland

Maybe it’s just me, but I have the feeling that most people only think of skiing when it comes to visiting Switzerland in the winter. And although the alpine country seems perfectly built… Continue reading

Combine Copenhagen and Oslo on a mini cruise

With so many budget airlines around nowadays travelling by ferry is an often overlooked option – but it’s actually an excellent way to slow down and enjoy the journey itself rather than just… Continue reading

Vienna: A mouthwatering strudel show at Schönbrunn

Ohh.. the scent of a freshly baked Viennese strudel. Nothing bears it! The perfect blend of apple and cinnamon wrapped in a thin dough. Who doesn’t like this delicious combo? I sure do, so when… Continue reading

Switzerland: Dogsledding with huskies in Crans Montana

The dogs are jumping and barking of excitement as I approach them in my thick winter coat, and I’m greeted by both them and their owner, Pierre-Antoine Héritier. A skilled ‘husky musher’ who… Continue reading

A hockey night with SC Bern – Europe’s most popular bears

The Swiss capital might not be the first on people’s mind when it comes to a city break in Europe, but when it comes to the sport of ice hockey Bern tops one… Continue reading

Isle of Man: Go sea-exploring with Shona

Shona is patiently waiting in the little harbour of Port Erin – her home near the southern tip of the Isle of Man. A self-governing island under the crown of the UK. From… Continue reading

Upfest 2017: A creative tsunami in South Bristol

Since 2008 an annual tsunami of colour and creativity has flushed through the streets of Bristol in Southern England. An ‘Urban Paint Festival’ named UPFEST that was just held again this past weekend… Continue reading