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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.
...I have not been to San Miguel de Allende , but I have been to nearby San Luis Potosi and nearby Guanajuato They are both very pretty and very pleasant cities. I have a few travel tips for Guanajuato on this blogpost http://travellingclaus.com/travel-tips-guanajuato/... See More
You should not have any problems with your name. I have 4 names myself and can not fit them all in. I just leave my two middle names out and this has never been an issue. And I fly 80-90 times per year. I am less sure with your fathers case. But I th... See More
...It will most likely be quite cold there. Cappadocia has inland climate and it's very likely snowing there in november. But Goreme is beautiful when it snows, just like it is when it's sunny. So if you can stand the cold,... See More
...the town Corumbá . There is no land crossing from Peru directly in to Brazil, unless you go by boat from Iquitos in the Amazon jungle. The entire border area between Peru and Brazil is jungle and you have no paved... See More
...The area called Bairro Alto is a good place to look for that. It's the main nightlife area in town, when it comes to small bars that often have live music. Bat hopping in Bairro Alto is really nice if you like... See More
...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