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Denmark – Roadtrip through National Park Thy

Denmark – Roadtrip through National Park Thy

In 2008 Denmark got it’s first National Park, National Park Thy. We adore this stretch of land and at least once a year we are road tripping through this outstanding, beautiful and kind of strange landscape. The national park stretches in a strip along the northwest coast of Jutland. Close to the coastline the park mostly consists of sand, sand and sand. In some places, the landscape looks like a desert. The majority of Denmark’s dune area is found here….

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Sweden – Incomparable Småland

Sweden – Incomparable Småland

PassportPlease loves Sweden and especially Småland has conquered our hearts. This beautiful part of the Swedish kingdom lies in the southern part of the country and covers a huge area of almost 30000 square kilometres. Here you will find everything you need to make your holiday one to remember. SmåLand might best be known for its famous glassware from Kosta Boda and Orrefors, IKEA or maybe world-renowned author Astrid Lindgren, mother of Pippi Longstocking. However, we think that Småland’s biggest attractions…

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Argentina – The Iguazu Waterfalls, one of Mother Nature’s most spectacular showcases!

Argentina – The Iguazu Waterfalls, one of Mother Nature’s most spectacular showcases!

An absolutely mandatory spot to visit on your South American Bucket list has to be the giant Iguazu Waterfalls on the border between Argentina and Brazil. These falls will amaze you, surprise you and leave you speechless. Here you will experience one of nature’s most incredible performances. We do get why the falls over and over again are voted to be amongst the most imposing natural wonders of the world. In 2011 The waterfalls were voted to be one of…

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Mauritius – The fabulous Tea Route

Mauritius – The fabulous Tea Route

During our stay in Mauritius, we went road-tripping and we absolutely loved the freedom the car gave us. We didn’t make any plans when we left our apartment in the morning but just saw where the road took us. Some days we drove to the right and some days to the left. This way of exploring the island took us, by accident, along the so-called tea route. And the tea route turned out to be one of our road-trips highlights.The…

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Mauritius – Emerald green paradise

Mauritius – Emerald green paradise

When arriving in Mauritius from a grey and rather pale, deep freezer cold Europe your eyes are in for a colour shock, big time. Shades of green and blue, you didn’t even know existed, are dotted with colours from the rest of the pallet and this colourful patchwork just makes you want to dive into the magnificent island of Mauritius and soak up every bit of it. When we travel, we do not necessarily go for “postcard perfect destinations” but…

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Italy – Trapani pure Sicilian extravaganza

Italy – Trapani pure Sicilian extravaganza

If you are planning a trip to Sicily do consider visiting the northwestern region of this immensely exciting island in the Mediterranean. Here you will find breathtaking beaches, seafood so fresh that it still wriggling on the plate when it reaches your seat, sleepy medieval towns with small cobblestone winding alleys and streets, ancient hilltop villages and small beautiful islands just off the coast. We have visited Trapani more than once and even during high season we have never found…

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Croatia – All I want for summer is Zadar

Croatia – All I want for summer is Zadar

When you first have decided to spend the summer in Croatia the next step is to decide WHERE to spend your vacation in Croatia and that’s a difficult one. There are so many beautiful places in this small country in the Balkans.     If you want to escape the myriads of tourists and the elevated prices in the north and the south, try Zadar. Zadar is a beautiful coastal town with a 3000-year long history and was in 2016…

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Denmark – our Homeland

Denmark – our Homeland

 Welcome to our Homeland – welcome to Denmark     Welcome to the southernmost and smallest of the Scandinavian countries. A country with a thousand years long exciting history. A country with a more than 7300 km long coastline. A country with hundreds of fascinating islands, forests, lakes and fjords and where the highest point is 171 meters above sea level. A country with narrow cobblestone streets and wide boulevards. A country with a thriving music scene, museums and gastronomy…

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