Travelling have for sure made me a less picky eater.
All my dear followers. I’m moving. And I am working on bringing all of you with me.
My page is still: http://www.placespeoplestories.com/ , but with another host.
Hope to see you on my new page 🙂
Like any other country, the Icelanders has some odd and peculiar things. Here are nine thing you probably did not know about them.
I love football. I was therefore considering to attend the World Cup in Brazil. However, after doing some research I decided not to go. Instead, I went to Brazil a few months after the World Cup ended. Did the event have negative consequences?
A first world problem – the Paris syndrome. That horrible feeling you get when you realize that Paris is not how you imagined it to be. As ridiculous as it sounds, Paris Syndrome is very real.
Shit! 200 USD, my credit card, cellphone! All gone. In one second, stolen!
Flight cancelled, due to a volcano eruption. Only option, train for 400 USD back home from Berlin.
I had the honour to be interviewed by Luke in his travel-blog Anti Travel Guides. A blog focusing about hidden places in the world, rather than the standard tourist attractions you find in guides such as Lonely Planet. Obviously, I share this philosophy about travelling.
Funerals, are not always practiced by that relatives and friends arrive in black to the church for a ceremony where prayers are said, memories shared and tears shed. Before, placing roses on the casket at the graveyard and lowering it into the ground. Here are nine different rituals for saying goodbye to deceased.
Not everyone celebrate Halloween by dressing up and going trick-or-treating. Here are 9 different Halloween traditions around the world.
A loud: “BANG!”. The enjoyment turned into seriousness. We all knew what it was. A bomb! Right after, another “BOOM!”. A reality – while living in the middle of an armed conflict.