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Interview with Kerry King of Slayer

Interview done with guitarist Kerry King of Slayer on the eve of their concert at Sentrum Scene in Oslo, Norway in December 2015. Talking about their new album Repentless, future plans and man as the virus of this planet.

Budapest, beer, baths and beyond

Budapest is one of the classic European cities, situated on the crossroads between east and west it has a bit of everything for everyone. From thermal baths, ruin bars to great food and drinks, Budapest is a mini holiday weekend break dream.

Japan Rail Pass, A Short Guide

The Japan Rail Pass is the most excellent method of transport in Japan. Exceptionally clean, fast and on time the bullet trains are the best method to see Japan and move effectively between destinations.

New York, New York, New York!

The greatest city on earth, celebrated in movies, songs and poems. The ultimate metropolis, shoppers paradise, hipsters birthplace, music mecca and popular culture hub. New York has everything, and then some!

Varm photo on a cold Sunday.

Sunday comes from Old English “Sunnandæg,” which is derived from a Germanic interpretation of the Latin dies solis, “sun’s day.” Germanic and Norse mythology personify the sun as a goddess named Sunna or Sól. The VikingsDays of the Week Our days of the week are named in honor of Norse gods. Sunday (søndag): For Sol, […]

New York City Walks, Central Park

Central Park in New York is the greatest inner city park in the world, filed with history, movie locations, memorials and its very own zoo! A fantastic place to get away from the hectic race of the city and fill your mind and lungs with fresh air and peace.

New York City Walks, The High Line

The High Line in New York is one of the most visited attractions in New York. It is easy to see why if you get there early before the crowds, it is a beautiful park and exceptional art space.

One year ago (traveller’s lament for 2020)

One year ago, we were relaxing a enjoying the last adventure of 2019, a dream return to our favourite island Komandoo in the Maldives. Everything was normal, and no reason to think that the whole world would experience doom within a few months.

Miyajima Island, Japan

Miyajima is a small island less than an hour outside the city of Hiroshima. Most famous for its giant red Torii gate that is ranked as Japans top 3 best views.

New York City Walks, Brooklyn Bridge

Perhaps the most iconic bridge of them all, one of the most beautiful and photographed bridges in the world for sure. Up there with Tower Bridge, Sidney Harbour Bridge and Golden Gate Bridge as icons in the world of bridges. A true icon of New York.

The Las Vegas Loop

Epic Harley Davidson adventure from Las Vegas via Zion National Park – Bryce Canyon – Grand Staircase Escalante – Glen Canyon – Monument Valley – Grand Canyon – Route 66 – Hoover Dam and back to Las Vegas (5 nights)

Florida, the sunshine state!

Florida, the Sunshine State. Experience South Beach, the Overseas Highway to Key West, the Dry Tortugas national park, reef diving at John Pennekamp Reef park and the Gulf Coasts magnificent beaches.

The Galapagos Islands

Galapagos, just saying the name conjures up images of David Attenborough frolicking with giant turtles while surrounded by baby seals and marine iguanas. A must see and must do on many a bucket list. Pure magic.

Svalbard

Visiting the last wildernesss in the arctic, Svalbard is total adventure, from midnight sun to northern lights. Watch out for polarbears!

The perfect moment

Perfect moments and perfect days are often few and far between these days. So much going on in the world, and it is a strange feeling having no trips abroad at all to look forward to. So it is a good thing that the perfect day appears suddenly and brings peace and serenity for a […]

Staycation 2020 part 2

It has been a great start to summer in Norway. Most Norwegians will flock to the great outdoors as soon as the sun shines, because we know that tomorrow it might be gone for the next few weeks, or maybe until July for all we know. One of the main reasons for the average Norwegians […]

Easter Island

If you are thiking about getting isolated, this is the place! Most likely the most magic and otherworldly place we have ever been. One of the more mythical places on earth, those stone statues are engraved in the psyche of anyone remotely interested in the weird and unexplainable. Absolutely in the middle of nowhere, one […]

American Drivers

American drivers, well to be kind, they are not European drivers. Already at the age of 16 they get their drivers licence. The 8 lane Interstate roads can be a bit intimidating going in to or out of a big city. The trick is to stick to your lane, if you know you are taking […]

Konichiwa Japan!

If you are a bit apprehensive about going to Japan, like we were, there is no reason to be we found out. If you like order and cleanliness, you will love it. We found that there were no problems finding reasonably priced hotels, cheap meals and getting to the right destination on the trains and […]

Bikers don’t cry, do they?

There are moments, when I’m riding a Harley, somewhere on the road in the US, that emotions gets the best of me, and I have a little moment, when tears well up in my eyes behind dark sunglasses. These moments are rare, and they are mostly triggered by circumstances, a nice stretch of road, and […]


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