It has been a while since I posted anything here. This is mainly because this is a travel blog and not much traveling have been done. I went on a short hiking trip in Sweden last month, which was super awesome. I encourage myself, and anyone else, to do short trips like this - no need to wait for that big trip to arrive one day. So status: I just finished my bachelor's degree from Copenhagen Business School, I have a lot of work as a freelance web developer and basically I am…Read more …
I was watching this 20 year old travel documentary with the great Danish adventurer Troels Kløvedal (literally Troels Rivendell, like Lord of the Rings). In this particularly episode, he is sailing his famous ship from India to Oman. Arriving in Salalah, he shares some thoughts about traveling in Arab countries that I found interesting. I tried the best I could to translate it into English, so that I could share it here. In some way, I've always liked to travel in Arab countries. I never really understood why people tend to think that Islam…Read more …
This video is nothing but a small collections of clips that I recorded with my phone during my trip to Dakhla.
This backpack is freaking me out.
I'm pretty excited these days. Quite recently, I bought a ticket to Bangkok. A one-way ticket that is!
It is, beyond all doubt, the worst part about a great adventure. Going back home. In the beginning, you're are tired and exhausted from all the traveling and excited about seeing your friends and relatives. But slowly, you realise that the adventure is over and is not coming back. It sucks.
This post is going to be a short one. I just felt like sharing some of the things that I saw and heard on this (yet another) amazing grand taxi ride from Meknes to Ifrane.
In this post, you will find a short guide to some of the most awesome dishes that you will find in the streets of Morocco. So far, I have found Rabat (the old medina) to be the best place for street food. But be careful. There is a Moroccan saying about how the food vendors will hand you the business card of the nearest hospital together with your food. That being said, I never had any problems.
I love the grand taxis of Morocco. They are incredibly flexible when traveling where other public transportation is limited. During the holidays of Eid Al-Adha, me and a friend did almost a thousand kilometers in these amazing vehicles.
According to everyone I met during my trip to Dakhla, I was in Morocco. According to the UN, I was in the country of Western Sahara. According to every Moroccan I have discussed the topic with, Western Sahara doesn't exist, because the area is part of Morocco and since the majority of my travel companions were Moroccan, I was traveling in a "country" that didn't exist - or at least something like that.