DFDS vs Eurotunnel – TRAVEL TIPS

On my recent trip to Bristol and Bath, we wanted to try out two different modes of crossing the Channel. On the way to Bristol we took the Eurotunnel, and took the DFDS ferry back to Dunkirk. Even though both trips were pleasant, there's things to say for either option. In this blog I will …

Surprising my brother with a day trip to Salzburg – Travel Blog

Really, another day trip? Yup! I've told you before that most smaller sized-cities can be explored within a day. Wasting money on expensive hotels is totally unnecessary for a large share of cities in Europe. Of course, there will always be people telling you you need at least "a couple weeks" to explore their hometown …

A short stay in the South of France – TRAVEL BLOG

Monaco from up the hill In 2017, Joël and I made an European city trip consisting of 4 locations: Lisbon, Nice/Monaco, Rome and Berlin. Our longest stay was in the South of France. Getting into the city is easy and relatively cheap. Many busses leave from the airport to the city centers of surrounding cities. …

How to travel during a virus outbreak? – Travel Tips

In the last weeks the world has gotten to know a new type of Coronaviruses, known as the "Wuhan Virus" or "COVID-19". People in the streets can be seen wearing masks, or even staying inside to be safe. Today, we want to cover recommendations by the World Health Organisation that reduce your exposure to viruses …

A day trip to Cologne, Germany! – Travel Guide

A couple of months back, Jason and I drove to Cologne to eat a schnitzel. Sure, for a little sightseeing as well. Point is; we were only there for a few hours. We drove into town, parked our car at the University, and took the trams into the centre. Here's a few quick spots that …

OUR YEAR – Reflecting on 2019

Today is the last day of 2019. Looking back, this year has been another awesome year filled with school, work and a lot of exploring of the world. In this blog we look back on our top 10 trips this year, acting as an overview of the shit we have done since January 1st. Antwerp, …

Having the time of your life in BERLIN – Travel Guide

BERLIN. Situated on the Spree river, this German city is the second-most populous city in Europe, which automatically makes it a city that attracts many visitors. This blog will guide you through Berlin, discussing everything from places for having a good beer to our favourite sights in the city. Before we dive into all that, let's discuss how …

A short trip to Karlskrona, Sweden – TRAVEL BLOG

The biggest advantage of following an international study is the fact that you get to know people from many nationalities. It's how I "ended" up in Karlskrona, a place I didn't know before. A friend was kind enough to provide me with their place to stay for a weekend during a summer festival (Skärgårdsfest). There …

Why RHODES is the perfect place to relax, even for a short period of time – TRAVEL BLOG

Last July I went to Rhodes for a short getaway, in the end I spent a period of "only" six days in Rhodes. There are two things in particular that made my stay perfect. First, the people, who are always nice and friendly. And second, the food, which was delicious. My stay was on the …

Must-do things in the beautiful city of ROME – Travel Guide

It's been three years since I last set foot in Rome, and I never got around to writing a blog about it. I figured it was still worth discussing my top things to do. Before even going to Rome, be prepared to walk into a busy city. In the busy months, Rome is swarmed by …