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

North Spain: Picturesque Potes is a can’t-miss Cantabrian town

The small town of Potes was a natural first stop on our way around the National Park of Picos de Europa, and after just a couple of hours I can say that this… Continue reading

Unique Accommodation: Go rural in the mountains of Asturias

I steer the car up the steep road, make a few hard turns and drive slowly through the quiet mountain-village Llerices. A tranquil little spot near Covadonga, in the region of Asturias in… Continue reading

2 years: Top 10 blog posts of Travelooney Blog

This month Travelooney Blog celebrates two years of travel inspiration! It’s been two years of hard but exciting work trying to get this travelblog going, and there’s still a lot of work to… Continue reading

Live from… Scotland: Travelling through the West Highlands

As I’m writing this I’m sitting in the lounge of my hostel for the night, overlooking the harbour of Mallaig – a small coastal town in the West Highlands of Scotland. Mallaig is… Continue reading

Live from… St. Gallen: Discovering a new corner of Switzerland

Today the rain has been falling on the cobblestoned streets of St. Gallen (or St. Gall), but yesterday was as sunny a day as they get, and both this old city and the nearby… Continue reading

Live from… the skyline of Zürich

I got a nice surprise when I arrived at my hotel in Zürich late last night. The Marktgasse Hotel in the historic Niederdorf neighbourhood along the river. An old building converted into a… 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

Naturally Edinburgh: 5 gorgeous green spots in the Scottish capital

Edinburgh isn’t just cobblestoned streets and whisky-pouring pubs. The Scottish capital is greener than most and offers some excellent spots where you can disconnect from busy streets and enjoy a walk with a… Continue reading