Langhoff & Juul: a boutique hotel on the sea shore

The old port town of Ebeltoft is a summer favourite. But is it great only in summer? Our little blogger collective travelled to Denmark to find out. Turns out the little town with the cobbled streets and medieval houses is sweet also in December. During [...]

2020-01-21T13:33:17+00:0019 December 2019|Denmark, hotels & lodgings|

In transit: At least I didn’t lose Kevin

O'Hare, 28 October 2019 Not exactly my commute: Dashing through the... airport Sprinting through O’Hare like Kevin’s mom, all offspring accounted for (not here), only to discover I’ve lost the ability to read printed boarding cards - and have an entire hour to kill. So [...]

2020-01-21T09:51:28+00:0028 October 2019|Illinois, Real-time|

Chichen Itza: the mouth of the water sorcerer’s well

Last week, I wrote about the 7 wonders of the world – ancient and new. The good people in the Yucatan have Chichen Itza, one of the seven new ones, so naturally I've heard lots about it lately. As I've listened to locals going on [...]

2019-12-18T16:18:58+00:0027 October 2019|Mexico, UNESCO World Heritage|

In transit: All in the name of efficiency

JFK 18 Oct 2019 All in the name of efficiency: Friday tip on how to unintentionally make friends at airports. Picture the scene: Airport security, pretty busy, couple hundred people in line. Finally my turn. I go through that machine where you raise your arms [...]

2019-11-13T08:26:58+00:0018 October 2019|New York, Real-time|

Vatnajökull: waterfalls, glaciers, fire and ice. (Day out Reykjavik)

I seem to be having a thing for glaciers lately and can't help but sharing it with you good folks. Luckily, I live in a part of the world where they abound; not only in Norway but in some of our neighbour countries as well. [...]

2019-10-16T14:32:24+01:0016 October 2019|Daytrip, Iceland, UNESCO World Heritage|
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