Cambodia is a wonderful country! Full of history – a cruel one, but it hasn’t stopped the locals from getting really friendly. Cambodia is probably what Thailand was like 20 years ago. Here you will find small villages, big cities without skyscrapers, a lush jungle, beautiful beaches and of course Angkor Wat! Seriously, you will find Angkor Wat on everything: the visa for Cambodia, beers, the Cambodian flag, pictures – seriously everywhere! There aren’t as many tourists as in Thailand, so you might end up having the beach for yourself! It is wonderful and a country everyone should visit! See some of my photos from this amazing country! And I can’t wait to revisit this country, hopefully later this year
Når jeg rejser, så prøver jeg altid at se de gode og de dårlige sider af et land, så jeg kan få det mest nuanceret billede af landet. Da jeg besøgte Cambodja besluttede jeg mig for at besøge Killing Fields og S21 lidt udenfor Phnom Pehn.
Det var en dag i rædsel og jeg blev godt deprimeret, men jeg ville ikke have været foruden oplevelsen. Det hjalp mig med at opnå en større forståelse for Cambodja og dets folk!Læs mere
I love people! Meeting new people is the best part of travelling. I love to hear their stories and everyone has a story. So I have dedicated a series of posts to the people – called Faces of the World. All of these photos are taking by me and I might even share their story. Check out part two, three and four for more photos!
This year is going to be amazing! I can’t wait for the travels to begin! I have mainly planned one trip and then I will take things as they come along. Read where this year’s travel plans will take me!
This spring I will be going to Copenhagen at least once. I usually go 3-4 times a year and this year is not exception. I love these small weekend trips away from it all here in Aarhus and is looking forward to a few weekends in Copenhagen 🙂
This summer I will mainly stay in Aarhus in order to work and save up money for my next big trip, but it is not all bad. This year I will be working as a guide at the International Biology Olympiad, which means I will be checked into a nice hotel here in Aarhus and then spend time with bunch of students from all over the world make them have fun and show them some of the Danish tourist attractions 🙂 I might also take a small trip to Manchester to visit a friend or to southern Europe, time will tell 🙂 Read more about my trip to Greece here and my time at the IBO here.
The big trip of the year! After finishing my bachelor in October I will be heading on a plane and flying to South East Asia for 3-3.5 months! I can’t wait! It has been four years since my last visit and I can’t wait to return! The first 3-3.5 weeks I will be travelling Myanmar and Thailand with my mum and then I will be on my own. 🙂 I can’t wait to go see Myanmar and Thailand with my mum as we have been talking about this trip for years, but it has been postpone for other trips until now! I am really looking forward to travelling long term on my own as well!