Visiting Denmark, I headed off from Copenhagen towards the southern Møns Klint cliff, and on the way noticed an interesting attraction. A specialty museum featuring a large collection of Danish nostalgia, an opportunity to explore Danish culture and compare their nostalgia to my own. It’s quite a comprehensive collection, with endless exhibits, and the complex is […]

On my recent visit to South Korea I somehow found myself in Gyeongju, a small town with great historical attractions and some wonderful scenic views. One of those is the UNESCO heritage site Bulguksa Temple, dating back to the 8th century and affiliated with the royalty, whose odd large tombs are a grand attraction nearby near […]

Chuncheon in South Korea, is a quick daytrip from Seoul, offering nature, with scenic views, mountains, rivers, and lakes, with Korean countryside atmosphere. It’s all very catered to the Korea tourists, with lots of water sports attractions, cable cars, slides, observation decks, sky walks, and an endless array of food and entertainment options along the […]

Odense is a charming Danish town best known for being the home town of Hans Christian Andersen. You have the Hans Christian Andersen museum, Hans Christian Andersen’s old home, where he grew up, etc. if Hans Christian Andersen did something in that town, then be sure there will be something to commemorate it. His statues are spread throughout town, […]

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