Over the past nine years I have traveled extensively by myself and with groups in India, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Morocco, Brazil and a lot of other developing countries. 1,077 more words
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The latest installment of Winter in the City highlights another of Europe’s great northern cities: Stockholm.
Winter in Stockholm can at first seem unwelcoming. January and February are typically the coldest months, with average temperatures between 24 and 33 degrees Fahrenheit (-4 to 1 degree Celsius). 1,537 more words
Brussels was the last place on our itinerary and I still can’t work out if I loved or hated it. Maybe it was fatigue at the end of a busy trip, but while I enjoyed a few parts of Brussels, there were some bits I would be happy never visiting again. 597 more words
Travel is the spice of life. And how fun is it to mark things off your travel bucket list as you go? In case you’re not familiar with the term, a bucket list is essentially things you would like to do or experience during your lifetime. 591 more words
By Linda Tancs
Helsingør, also known as Elsinore, is a port city in eastern Denmark and home to Kronborg Castle, the purported setting for Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.” These days it also serves as the locale for a community art project at King’s Quay known as “Life in the Sound.” In addition to colorful street murals around town, there’s a curious large fish made entirely of marine waste and miscellaneous garbage. 18 more words