Tag Archives: Traveling

Lost in the Wild

We are not the Robinson family, although we do like to explore. We try to experience something new on our new country, when we leave the house, ever since we moved here.  It has been an absolutely fantastic adventure, despite … Continue reading

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Thank you America!

It is the time of the year where millions of Americans travel across the country to celebrate Thanksgiving.  It is probably the only holiday they can agree to celebrate, no matter which religious belief you might have.  These mass migrations take … Continue reading

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Traffic is Evil

Traffic!  The Devil’s work.  The path to Zen and one of the many Catholic trials.  Once you conquer the road rage you are on the path to eternal glory.  Or at least that what we should believe instead of hammering … Continue reading

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Three Years

It’s not exactly a tale like Brad Pitt’s ‘Seven Years in Tibet”, but I can’t believe it has been three years since we arrived to the US and were greeted by the gorgeous Lady of Liberty.  Greeted by 36 degrees celsius … Continue reading

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Not the Wilderness Family

Although we love being outside and walking in the forest, hiking with the kids has only been a quarterly event at best, with a few small treks into the wilderness with the family St Bernard.  We are not the most … Continue reading

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Demystify the Irish

We’ve been in the US for almost three years and I must admit we are pretty much settled in.  Well, I still don’t understand the bloody health system and slightly overwhelmed with the oversized portions at the restaurants.  No wonder … Continue reading

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Homeland

My boss had kindly asked me to attend a meeting in Copenhagen, so given the distance and time since last visit, I was pretty excited to go. It had been over three years since I visited my homeland.  The last … Continue reading

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2014 – now what?

Let’s just say, 2014 will be awesome for so many reasons, and I’m just very happy to have celebrated the festivities with my family and new friends. It can be difficult at times to celebrate Christmas and New Year far … Continue reading

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Applefest

No, I’m not talking Steve Jobs or any of the Apple products.  This is not some strange fetish nerd post about a party dedicated to various generations of the iPod, where people compare features, size, appearance and capacity.  If you … Continue reading

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Call of the Wildwood

We’ve all seen “Lost Boys” I hope, if not you’d better go watch it.  Not that this post has anything todo with vampires, but the iconic American boardwalk features in our Wildwood adventures. For many the boardwalk is synonymously with … Continue reading

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