Crossing the border from Denmark to Sweden

Travel Date: July 23rd 2016 / Afternoon  Copenhagen is located in such an accessible place to Sweden; with easy connections to Malmö in less time than it takes to get to Central Copenhagen, it's no wonder we took a trip up. After spending a few days in Copenhagen exploring it's Freetown, tasting Danish treats, walking lots and seeing …

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Travelogic: The Lite Backpacker

Hello from two very opposite parts of the world! Earlier this week I, sitting in North Coast of Ireland, had the great pleasure of getting to know someone sitting in "cold" Sydney in Australia. Helen is the author of Travel and Food focused blog The Lite Backpacker; I was keen on interviewing her because this blog shows you how you …

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So You’re in Scotland? Lets just fall in love with Edinburgh, shall we?

Given my trip was short and there was a lot of Edinburgh I didn't see, but what I did see of it made me think "I hate* cities, but can I live here for a while, please?" Besides since I didn't see it all, I have an excuse to go back again! *I don't hate cities, I …

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So You’re In Scotland? Here is Edinburgh’s Royal Mile to Castle

Aside from the accent, Scotland's Capital has plenty more on offer to attract you...  I spent a very short 2-days in Edinburgh, whilst there I visited: Edinburgh Castle, St Giles Cathedral, Royal Mile, Princes St Gardens, Melville Monument of Saint Andrews Square, Scott Monument, Scotman's Steps, did a spot of shopping along Princes Street and walked across …

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So You’re In Scotland? Here is Edinburgh

So I briefly visited Scotland's Capital, here are my thoughts... My flight path took me over the Irish Sea from (Aldergrove) Belfast International (BFS) to  Edinburgh Airport. At a cruising altitude of 11,000ft, the view was spectacular and worth  paying for a window seat if not already allocated one, like I was. Touching down on …

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