This travel blog has stories back to 1985 and is being updated with new travels on a regular basis. Click the icons and look into my three media channels: Blog, photo album and videos.
Portal to my media channels
Portal to my world regions
There are also other doorways to my blog. An easy way in is to click on the "Table of contents" icon to the right and browse all posts in a chronological order. Another portal is to follow the sign below and read how I have structured the blog in terms of world regions.
Most of my blog posts are describing actual trips. Some articles have a different perspective, but are all related to travelling. They are tagged and are introduced below.
|"Been there, done that... There is SO much left to explore..." But what and where? Read more about the bright future.||The "hows" of travelling. Have you ever wondered how far you've travelled, how you got there, for how long, and to how many countries? Well, I have. My answer is here.||I am posting all "my" World Heritage Sites. Get an overview and browse them one by one - or just click on the world_heritage_list tag to the right to take your pick.|
|What shapes a traveller? Certainly many things but here you find some of what pushed and pulled me out of a possible armchair future back in 1985.||Where are the good travel blogs? When I started out my own blogging practice in 2011, I asked "What makes a travel blog (good)?". In addition I looked up good blogs. I put up a list in 2011 and updated it in 2012.||The fascinating passports. Browsing through a passport is like opening a book to the world and to the life of the owner. I have, just for the fun of it, scanned my passports.|
|My digital dream. How to incorporate analog and digital media onto a new, integrated platform? Here is how I realised it.||Are there any great songs about travelling? Yes, there are. I have compiled a playlist of songs all conveying moods and stories about travels and travelling.||Travel guidebooks on print are losing popularity, they are meeting increased competition and they have a long and proud history. Do we still need them and in what shape?|
This is my own country, and below is a series of articles of general interest.
|The fjords of Norway. They're famous, they're world class destinations. Have a look at my articles and start here.||The perfect fjord is found in the Lysefjord: Steep mountains, rough scenery, spectacular views, a lot of weather. Check out these hikes.||Stave churces. They are the Norwegian contribution to the world heritage and are described and pictured here.|
|Campsites. This type of vacationing is widespread throughout Norway. Read about their history in the last six decades.||Allotment gardens. They are not particular to Norway, but we have them too. What's so special?||The coast of Jæren consists of long sandy beaches, pebbles and rocks. There are plenty of opportunities for hikes in scenic surroundings.|