During my dozens of business trips I was able to explore a bit around, after and next to work. Part I of my best memories below.
With a new role at work came a whole new territory as well. Bangladesh came into play. From a business perspective a country we were not yet active in. According to international security rating, Bangladesh was an “Orange” country, which meant not completely safe to travel in
I found this little gem in a neighboring village by accident. By accident, as it popped by on Pinterest while I was browsing iconic things to go and see. In my backyard??
In parallel with my blog I keep on providing reviews on other sites like TripAdvisor. I use TripAdvisor a lot to plan my trips. Not that I follow blindly the number 1 items to go see and do.
What can I say? If Sifnos is a not too touristy, Serifos is even less.
Trying to understand why this island has been the favorite of my kids and mum above all other islands we visited in the Greek Cyclades.
I often wondered when I was part time living there: if I would need to show someone Oslo, what would I show and do?
While I write this I am wondering why I like the restaurants I like. For sure it is not for the food alone!
Been here so many times. Lived here part-time… flying in on Monday evening and back home on Thursday evening. In my third week the walls of my hotel room started to move in on me… this needed to change.
Around 1999 the travel bug got a complete hold of me. Golden business years. I had to travel to the US several times for training. I figured out that keeping a weekend in between made the flight tickets cheaper… and therefor I could add additional stops for leisure while saving money for the company… I […]
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