10 Feb, 2019 in Ulsan

Ulsan in south eastern South Korea isn’t quite a tourist destination that Busan, Gyeongju and other nearby cities are. It’s mostly industrial, and not quite as charming. Still, there are a few things to see, and during the day stopover that I visited, I got to see a bit of the better parts, like Daewangam […]

1 Feb, 2019 in Around Paris

In my last visit to Paris I was hoping to see something new in the area I haven’t explored yet. That’s becoming increasingly challenging, as I’ve been to Paris quite a few times already, but the Paris region never fails to introduce me to new attractions within a daytrip. Sometimes I get Château overload, but even […]

31 Jan, 2019 in Porto, Visions

Ever since I first visited Portugal, to Lisbon and Sintra, I’ve been meaning to come back and explore more, and this year managed to make my way back and explore more of the north. First stop, Porto, with a grand river set between two hills, connected by a series of bridges. Walkable old town, lots […]

27 Jan, 2019 in Viseu & mountains, Visions

I recently returned to Portugal to do a roadtrip from Porto up north slowly down towards Lisbon, and on the way managed to see beautiful mountain scenery surrounding the area around Viseu, which served as a base for the night. To give you a taste of Portuguese glory, here are my photo summary visions of the […]

21 Jan, 2019 in Guangdong

By now, I’ve explored most of what Hong Kong has to offer and so I find myself venturing out to the nearby mainland China Guangdong province. When I ask my Hong Kong friends if they go travel in Guangdong they usually reply there isn’t much to visit or see there, it’s not like Guangdong is […]

20 Jan, 2019 in Eastern Denmark

To take a trip back in time to experience Denmark in the middle ages go to one of the living history museums around Denmark. I visited the Middelaldercentret Denmark at the south-eastern part in Nykøbing Falster and enjoyed it very much. Lots of actors, old houses, live demonstrations, and thought-provoking life-like exhibits about old ‘technology’ and life back […]

16 Jan, 2019 in Busan

Lots to see and do in Busan, and yet the Gamcheon Culture Village is probably one of the most famous and quirky attractions. In 2009, the government took a slum location on a mountain ridge that has lots of small alleys and narrow streets and renovated everything, transforming this neighborhood to something quite unique, filled with […]

15 Jan, 2019 in Busan

Lots of things to see and do in Busan, including several temple complexes, but perhaps the nicest one I’ve been to which combines some coastline sea views is the Haedong Temple, dating back to the 14th century. A series of mini temples, bridges, and a collection of Buddhas, you can spend a couple of hours walking […]

13 Jan, 2019 in Dambulla and Sigiriya

One of the first stops on my roadtrip around Sri Lanka was to see an old temple Dambulla Rock Temple, a UNESCO heritage site, one of the best preserved cave temples in Sri Lanka, dating back to 1st century BC. There are a series of caves with a large collection of Buddhas, and some great panoramic […]

12 Jan, 2019 in Kunming

Yunnan province was one of my highlights so far touring around China, and the base was Kunming. Dali, Lijiang, and the smaller towns in Yunnan are the real attraction, but Kunming also has a few attractions worth visiting. I spent a day walking around the central area and exploring, the main attraction there – shopping […]

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