Misty Mountains & Lunar Deserts

When we last met, we were spreading fast in our silver Tuna, Natalia, towards the great unknown of the Basque lands. Since moving to Europe almost four years ago, the Basque country has fascinated me in the way a toy car does to a child. Something about the rocky cliffs, the intense desire for independence,… Continue reading Misty Mountains & Lunar Deserts

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Madrid and Cowboy Country

Big things have changed in my life, including finally receiving my degree from Aalborg University. With this piece of paper reading "You're now an 'adult'....on paper", it's time for me to venture out into this world with starry eyes and a can-do attitude (or whatever). But not without a good ramble first. Yes, before I… Continue reading Madrid and Cowboy Country

Camping in Teton

I've teamed up once again with Ivana of Black Hummus Diaries in a fresh Chicken Fried scramble of Americana adventure. This time, we tackle Grand Teton and the illustrious Yellowstone National Park. But first; some baby goats from our trip up to Colorado's Mt. Evans. I visited Grand Teton and Yellowstone for the first time three… Continue reading Camping in Teton

Best Free Apps for Backpackers (and Travelers in General)

I've been backpacking and rambling around for the past five years, and for that time I have had my trusty phone by my side to help when I need it. At home, I try to be as minimal as possible and use an old clunker brick phone, but let's be honest: Smart Phones have made… Continue reading Best Free Apps for Backpackers (and Travelers in General)

Aalborg: Where to Go and What to Do

If you are a wanderlusty little boy like me, then chances are you keep up to date with the over-saturated world of travel-related journalism. National Geographic, CondĂ© Nast, Lonely Planet, and countless others have been helping fellow rambling souls unravel the globe for decades. New York Times is one of my particular favorites, but their… Continue reading Aalborg: Where to Go and What to Do