In the last 18 months, we have visited 28 countries. We have so many ideas for our Travel Blog posts but would really like to know what you, as our readers, would like to read about.
The island of Utsira, off the western coast of Norway, may be small, but its spirit and soul instantly capture your heart. Utsira, with its wild and rugged landscape, is bound by an enormous community spirit. It is a haven for birdlife and birdwatchers alike, and is so infused with international street art, that the whole island feels like an open-air art exhibition.
In 87-year-old, Johannes Hansen’s café, you’re not just eating a waffle. You’re eating a waffle with a hearty measure of laughter, a good cupful of curiosity and a sprinkling of precious memories.
Transitioning from an iPhone 5s to a Sony a6000 mirrorless camera was akin to stepping from the driver’s seat of a Model T Ford into an Audi R8. Sensory overload. The myriad number of camera settings, lens choices, photo composition, lighting – it all seemed quite daunting. But here I was six months later, feeling […]
It’s a time to let go, a time to find what’s holding you back and, just as the blood moon does so spectacularly, it’s time to shine through your shadow.
Which countries celebrate this mid-year cheer and why? Is the longing for that magical feeling so strong, they can’t wait for December?
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When you hear people talk about bucket list places in Norway, then you can pretty much bet that Preikestolen, also known as Pulpit Rock, is on that list. We set off on this challenging hike to find out why. We had conquered Kjeragbolten earlier in the day and were enjoying the fabulous view and ice […]
Many of us are aware of the latest health fads; the ketogenic diet, super-foods, float tanks and even Netflix and chill (I’m sure that has health benefits), but how often do we pay attention to the time-honoured humble smile? Here are 16 Reasons why brandishing that beam is so good for you and your wellbeing.
And here I was, standing on the ledge with a mind numbed to any thoughts that may deter me. One thousand metres below, the sapphire Norwegian fjord ambled along, unperturbed by its familiar steep and impressive confines either side. Still refusing to think, I stepped out, towards Kjeragbolten.
From the moment we hit the shore we were driving through emerald green pine trees intermingled with alluring glimpses of glass-topped lakes. It was love at first sight. Our travels had brought us to Norway. More specifically, to the western coast, the Island of Karmøy, ‘Homeland of the Viking Kings’.
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