Hiking from Monterosso to Vernazza


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Cinque Terre

Hiking from Monterosso to Vernazza

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Hiking Cinque Terre is a big thing, and there are a lot of trails with a varying degree of difficulty. Hiking from Monterosso to Vernazza is not hard, but you will have to stop and catch your breath once in a while, and the steps on the trail can…

Shelter trip


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Horne Næs

Please your inner nature lover with a shelter trip

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I’ve never considered myself to be an outdoorsy person who would sleep in a shelter – I’m more like the friend you have who…

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Lego House


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LEGO House

Great fun for LEGO fanatics

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I’ll admit it – we are LEGO fanatics – and therefore it is no big surprise that we are extremely excited about the new…

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Bir & Fud


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Rome

Go to Bir & Fud in Rome for delicious, authentic and cheap food

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Bir & Fud in Rome serves authentic and unpretentious food that makes your tastebuds do cartwheels and puts a big smile on your face….

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The best place to see orangutans on Borneo


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Borneo

The best place to see orangutans on Borneo

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If you are extremely lucky, there is a slim chance you see orangutans in the wild when you visit Borneo, but if you are…

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Airbnb in Reykjavik


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Hotels Iceland

A good tip: great Airbnb apartment in Reykjavik

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Let’s be honest. Iceland is expensive. The kind of expensive where you raise your eyebrows every time you check a price tag – or…

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Singapore

Three fun things to do in Singapore with kids

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Singapore is big and noisy, but there is a lot of fun to be had as a family visiting Singapore. I have made a…

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Mallorca

A tribute to Mallorca

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It’s not really fair, is it? The way we think about Mallorca. In the seventies she hosted a huge party with gallons of sangria…

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10 things to do on Strynø


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Strynø

10 things to do on Strynø: Denmark’s most laid back island

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You’ve probably never heard of it: Strynø. And why would you? It’s a very small island in Denmark with only 216 inhabitants. There is…

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The Ingvertsen family
Odense, Danmark

Hey you, appreciator of all things travel. Welcome! And feel free to join us, a Danish family of four, on our travels. We love nature, to feel the wind in our hair and be humbled by Mother Nature's creations. This has so far led us to Borneo, Iceland, Spain and so many other places. We also think our kids will appreciate nature and other cultures more if they are exposed to them in real life - and not just on a screen. Ohh - and not to forget: We have the insider tips on where to go and what to see in Denmark.