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Around the world – the travel in numbers

So, I’m sitting in British Airways lounge in Vancouver and have plenty of time to kill before my flight. So I thought I’d try to summarise my travel in numbers: 42 flights 13 countries 57058 miles or 91826 km (damn, almost 100kk) not including land and sea based traveling 24 different airlines ~35 hotels/bungalows/resorts (basically I had […]

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Flying in India

Flying in India

Flying in India – good to knows Flying in India isn’t like any other places I’ve been so I decided to do this good to know list to make your experience smoother and without hassle. This information is both for flying domestically within India or flying out internationally. The process might also differ from airport to […]

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Chaweng Beach

Chaweng Beach Travel Guide

Overview Chaweng Beach is located on the east coast of Koh Samui, just a stone throw away from the airport. It’s one of many beaches on the island and it is the most popular among them. The beach draws big party crowds, seniors and families. This guide will mainly focus on the central part of the beach, […]

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Singapore – A mini travel guide

Overview Singapore is a small city state on the edge of the Malaysian peninsular, with the Johor Strait separating the two countries. The city state was founded back in 1819, and was under British rule up until the merger with Malaysia in 1963, a time period of 144 years. But due to political turmoil and […]

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An adventure begins

When this is posted, I will be sitting in the airport, waiting. Waiting for a flight towards the beginning of a new life on the other side of the world. A lot of backpackers travel on a very tight budget, I will as well but I’m starting in style. I’m sitting in the SAS Lounge […]

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A state of homelessness

One of the last big things I had to do has now been done. The keys to my condo has been handed over to the new owner and a bittersweet feeling washed over me. It feels good to have that whole process behind me, but also a bit sad to leave the condo as I […]

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A week in New York City

NYC wasn’t our first choice, we actually wanted to go to Jordan but the flights didn’t line up as we wanted. So, New York it was. But can’t complain, New York is a fascinating city to visit and we managed to nail the weather. Arriving late in the evening, in pouring rain none the less, […]

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The Rock, Zanzibar

Relaxing on Zanzibar

At this point of the trip the brain shut down. It was beach life and way too much beer that was the deal from now on. And it started the night we arrived. The manager of the place that we were staying at asked if we liked to party. It was the end of Ramadan […]

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Main entrance to Mikumi National Park

Safari in Mikumi National Park

It was still fairly early morning when we managed to crawl out of the beds. Me and Henrik shared a room and we went down to the breakfast hall together. The rest of the gang were already there, eating the worst breakfast in history. Dry toast, jam, crappy coffee and some bananas, I barely ate […]

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Sunrise at camp 4

The top ascent

A new day dawns above the clouds. Yet another day of excellent weather and the sun had started to chase away the coldness of the night. Today’s goal was to get to camp 5, the last camp before the top ascent. The trek went over a moon like landscape created long ago by a volcanic […]

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