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Born in Denmark but has travelled my entire adult life and have not had a permanent adress for several years.
I work as a freelancer and mainly makes my living from working as a tour leader, travel consultant and public speaker.
Around half the year I travel without working though and like to travel by bicycle and foot and I like to blog about it too.
...From Antalya I would suggest you head west and stop in places such as Kaş , Demre Ölüdeniz and Bodrum . Izmir is one of my personal favourites in Turkey. Big city by the sea with a good vibe and a... See More
...Things are up and running in Kusadasi and in the rest of Turkey. Western European tourism has been down the past 2-3 years, but that has been partly made up by an increase in overseas tourism.... See More
...In Portugal I would suggest the coastal towns of Salema Lagos and Tavira They still have some charm and are nice historical towns too. Airport wise in Portugal you are talking about the two airports Lisbon Portela Airport and Faro Airport as the only... See More
Be ware that there are often delays at the airport in Manila because of the tropical weather conditions. Lines can also be very long there. What exact terminals are you flying in to and out from. The Terminals have numbers in Manila and they vary a l... See More
...too touristy and you can also stop and relax at 4000 Islands Bar just before the bordet to Cambodia. Also, the town called Phonsavan in north Laos is really interesting and quite off the beaten track.... See More
... Obidos is very close to Peniche and would be an obvious choice to stop for a night. It's a very scenic little town where you can take some great photos. Especially early in the morning and at sunset when all the... See More
...I would suggest that you drive down the Baja Peninsula from Rosarito Beach to La Paz (Mexico) and then take the ferry from La Paz to Mazatlan . It's an extremely scenic drive on good roads. I have cycled that stretch myself and really... See More
Bairro Alto is not that unsafe. It used to be a bad neighbourhood, but that is about a decade ago. These days it's a bit of a hipster place. Nearby Rato is a little more quiet but still young and fairly hip and you might want to give that a look. The... See More
I would either suggest Lagos or Tavira Lagos if you like a lively place with a good cafe and shopping scene, but still with some good local flavour. And Tavira if you like things to be more quiet and laid back. Algarve has a lot more to offer than ju... See More
From Porto you can do some really nice day trips too. Take the train in to Regua in the Douro Valley for instance. That is a fantastic place with lot's of natural beauty surrounding town. Or take the train up to Guimaraes which is the cradle of Portu... See More