Let's get political. Not because I'm going to say anything politically driven, but because there's no way to talk about corona these days without sounding like you're choosing a side. So let's talk about corona for travelers — because it's the strangest time to be a traveler. I was lucky enough to go visit the… Continue reading Travel Advent Dec. 16: Traveling During Corona
I have an unhealthy fascination with tiny countries. They're adorable and I love their little egos. I'm fascinated by their history, how they were able to survive for so long and still press on with sovereignty. Why do the likes of Andorra, San Marino, and Liechtenstein still exist, and what do they even do? Why… Continue reading Travel Advent Dec. 15: Tiny Country Fascination
You meet the most memorable people in the middle of the night. My mom always said "Nothing good happens after midnight," and while I agree I say the best stories happen after midnight. Sometimes, these moments in the middle of the night feel just a little bit too perfect. Those moments when it feels like… Continue reading Travel Advent Dec. 12: Mid Morning Chivito
I've been reading the autobiography of the Dalai Lama these past weeks, and my mind has been filled with a litany of thoughts. Perhaps it's in bad taste to discuss the next Dalai Lama already, but since his Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama himself has discussed it publicly (as it will likely prove incredibly controversial),… Continue reading Travel Advent Dec. 11: When Will the Next Dalai Lama Get Their First iPhone?
My favorite way to see a city is by collecting bottles. In Denmark, and in fact most of North-Western Europe, you pay a deposit anytime you buy a drink and can then return those bottles and cans to receive the deposit later. You can do so in any supermarket, and it's a great way to… Continue reading Travel Advent Dec. 10: The Best Unconventional Way to See a City