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 would recommend a visit to one of the many port wine cellars, for a guided touy. They are quite cheap and you get some port wine at the end of the tour included. Taylor's Port do some very good tours for instance. Also try to visit the Douro Valley... See More
I would not recommend it. You have long security lines to enter Taj Mahal, so you could easily miss the whole thing, even if you went. Better go and see something within the Delhi city limit. See More
I went to Senegal a few months ago and stayed at an eco resort in central Senegal calles Les Paletuviers Boutique Hotel. This was really fantastic and I would highly recommend it. Senegal is a very well functioning country... See More
You will need to pay for the bridge crossing between the islands of Region Zealand and Funen. The machines there take credit card. Otherwise, it should be pretty straight forward I would say. See More
Pronouncing foreign languages has always come very easy to me. Grammar on the other hand is a real barstard. So I always pronounce a city the way the locals do when I am there. I even say Tronto when I am in Toronto :-) Now try to Pronounce Copenhagen... See More
You should wear something light, as Singapore is located right on equator. But unless you walk around in some very skimpy clothes, or you walk around bare chested, then you have no worries. Singapore is a multi national and multi cultural city, with... See More
In my opinion Penang is the nicest place in Asia. Very culturally diverse and a fantastic food scene. But I do like Kuala Lumpur too. Very vibrant city with lot's to see. Malacca is also a very nice town... See More