5 tips to a better holiday
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5 tips to a better holiday

We all want value for money, when we go on holiday right? We want to feel, like this was the best holiday ever when we return home and we want to have stories to tell for years. But how do you get that extra value, without paying more? This guide gives you 5 essential tips,…

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A new era
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A new era

Big changes comming up. We are Danes. We have always been blogging in Danish. But that’s about to change. Or as you can see, it already has. Since we are getting more and more followers from outside Denmark, we began to consider writing in English, and here we are, doing it. Hopefully you’ll just love…

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Pompeii and Vesuvius – An Italian tragedy
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Pompeii and Vesuvius – An Italian tragedy

Pompeii, the city under the ashes. One of our must-see pins on the map was Pompeii and Vesuvius. No matter how bizarre it sounds, we thought it would be exciting to see the destruction the volcano Vesuvius caused in Pompeii almost 2000 years ago. Well, maybe not so much the destruction, but the phenomenon that…

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Capaccio and Paestum – Gods and temples
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Capaccio and Paestum – Gods and temples

Small town Capaccio. Because we had decided to visit Pompeii and Vesuvius, we had found an affordable campsite nearby, in the small town Capaccio. The summer season had started and the prices had gone up, but Villaggio dei Pini had several advantages. The price was fine, the shade from the pine trees was great and…

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Piana delle Orme – Best museum ever
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Piana delle Orme – Best museum ever

Yet another exciting surprise. Piana delle Orme is yet another one of the exciting places, we ended up by accident. We had found a free campsite via Campercontact and it turned out to be right outside a museum. We arrived late at night and what was supposed to be a quiet night, became a night…

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Pisa – And so much more
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Pisa – And so much more

Hugging loved ones. In may we went home to Denmark, to say hello, to all of those we really miss back home. Mr. Hymer, the caravan, is not welcome in Denmark (due to not being taxed in Denmark), so we left him in a very secure parking facility in Schönefeldt, Germany. From there we took…

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Tulips, canals and scooters
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Tulips, canals and scooters

A desire to see tulips. One of our must-see pins had been, that we would like to experience the fields of tulips in the Netherlands in spring. So we left Spain at the beginning of April and set off for the Netherlands. We didn’t make many stops in France and Belgium, because the goal was…

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Beautiful city of Cordoba
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Beautiful city of Cordoba

Following a recommendation. We had been told by several people, to visit Cordoba and so we did. The city is one of Spain’s oldest cities and was founded long before Roman times. Its historic center is on UNESCO’s World Heritage list and one can certainly understand that. Cordoba has so much to offer. Some of…

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Trespassing at an old factory.
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Trespassing at an old factory.

Breaking the rules. Mining and the iron industry were the foundation of the city of Peñarroya-Pueblonuevo from the beginning of the 1900s. During our visit to the city, we could not resist sneaking into the ruins of the giant iron and coal plant. There was something majestic about the tall chimneys and one could almost…

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