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.
Do not forget that Port Townsend itself is a very pleasant town that is worth a couple of days in itself. It was one of my favourite American towns when I cycled from Vancouver to Zacatecas a few... See More
I have cycled the entire Baja California Sur peninsula. Once you are south of Mulege then things are ideal for a road trip. La Paz was probably my favourite town. But the drive is what makes the place... See More
If you would like to stop along the way, then I would suggest that you take the coastal route and make stops in towns like Vila Nova de Milfontes and Aljezur. Both towns are really nice and have a good vibe. In wester Algarve... See More
I would focus on Vietnam and Cambodia. Vietnam has a lot to offer and a very well running tourism industry. Two weeks is highly recommended there, as you should see both north, south and central Vietnam. In Cambodia you have Angkor... See More
I would recommend that you make a stop in Nazare. Biggest waves in the world with the right wind direction. Old fishing tow that attracts surfers from all over the world these days. Nearby Obidos is one of the prettiest small... See More
I have been tour cycling in Mexico a lot myself and know the Mexican roads quite well. I would highly rcommend that you drive via the Baja California peninsula and the ferry between La Paz and Mazatlanand then continue along... See More