Free food with alcohol? Is there such a thing? Yes! In the Andalucian region of Spain there is still the tradition of getting free food with your drink.
Tag Archive for ‘Backpacking’
The Texas Traverse, why everything is bigger in the Lone Star State, and why ghost towns and hipster cities goes well together.
Continuing our roadtrip after doing the El Paso loop on motorbike, we rent a car and traverse Texas. From El Paso via Terlingua Ghost town, the magnificent Big Bend National park, blue bottle blooming in Fredricksburg and ending up in hip Austin.
The El Paso loop, 3 epic days motorbiking in Texas and New Mexico via white deserts, Billy the kid shootouts and alien encounters.
From El Paso, Texas via White Sands National Park- Cloudcroft- Alamogordo- Three Rivers Petroglyphs- Valley Of Fires- Lincoln- Roswell- Carlsbad […]
The North Sea Road (Nordsjøvegen) RV44 from Flekkefjord to Jæren, a Norwegian Scenic Byroad
This road is a gem, running through extremely dramatic mountain coastal landscape. It is designated as the North Sea Road […]
The High Line, how New York repurposed an old elevated railway to become a open air gallery and one of the greatest walks in America
One of the more unique and special city walks in the world must be the High Line in New York. […]
New York’s Central Park, could it be the greatest public park in the world?
Central Park is, in our humble opinion, the greatest inner-city park in the world. Opened in 1876 the park gets […]
Brooklyn Bridge, walking New York’s most iconic river crossing
Perhaps the most iconic bridge of them all, one of the most beautiful and photographed bridges in the world for […]
The spellbinding magic of Miyajima Island, Japan
Just south of Hiroshima lies Miyajima island. Easily reached by local train in about 1 hour from the Hiroshima train […]
New York’s Bleecker Street, a cool cross section of the Big Apple
If you are like us a music fan, movie buff, pizza lover, pop culture afficionado or just an urban rat […]
The pubs of London, where to quench your thirst with a pint of that amber nectar
London is famous for its pubs. A pub is the hub in any local community in Britain. The nectar of […]
New Zealand’s North Island, there and back again (two Norwegians tales)
New Zealand’s North Island is a quite different place to its “little brother” the South Island. Home to about three-quarters […]
Travelling the South Island of New Zealand, the adventure is out there!
Twice we have had the absolute pleasure of visiting New Zealand, or Aotearoa in native Maori meaning the land of […]
New York! A brief guide for first time visitors and those who wish to return and explore more of the Big Apple
New York is the ultimate city, the world’s top metropole, the Big Apple and if you can make it there, […]
Dreaming of South Beach, Miami, our favourite winter destination!
South Beach in Miami is the ultimate winter destination for the frozen people from Europe and northern USA. We love South Beach!
Dry Tortugas, Florida, the least visited national park in USA
The Dry Tortugas 70 miles west of Key West is the least visited national park in the US, and truly unique.
Easter Island, true adventure in the middle of nowhere
If you are thiking about getting isolated, this is the place! Most likely the most magic and otherworldly place we […]
USA Road Trips, tips/tricks and general good advice
How to ride, drive and behave in traffic and on the road in USA, while experiencing some of the most epic roads in the world.
Pulpit rock (Preikestolen) – Norway, the most epic of treks with unsurpassed national romantic views
Exactly one year ago we published our acent to the most iconic of Norwegian sights, the Pulpit rock! The summer […]
The who, the what and the why. Wremer Travels!
Just a quick introduction to who we are, what we do and why we do it.