I have travelled a lot, and visited a number of countries. Not as much as I’d like, because family and especially work have had to be taking care for.
To travel is to live – it is a quote by the illustrious writer Hans Christian Andersen – almost like grabbed out of an adventure.
I’ve made Traveling is living, to share some of the travel experiences I have had, and to to tell about some of my experiences.
Just to say “be careful with…” but also to give good advice along the way so you can find some of the tourist pearls I have experienced.
But why Traveling is living?
Is everyday life so boring? Is work and family life really worth nothing?
Of course I enjoy my family and my everyday life and I have always been proud of my work wherever I have been, but there is still something about traveling.
So work and daily life are still a form of preparation to get out and travel again.
Plan your next vacation before you leave
My first piece of advice to you is: Always have a plan for the next travel ready. That way you can always look forward to leaving again, and there is always a measure of the sour days when time drags on, with tedious chores.
Think of the next holiday you are going on and enjoy life.
Jeg elsker at rejse, og holde ferie, og så er jeg vild med at dele mine oplevelser med andre.
Jeg er far til fem, hvor den sidste er en pige, så jeg har prøvet at være på en del børneferier, og kan give nogle tips til hvordan det kan forløbe nogenlunde glat.
Hav en fortsat fantastisk god dag