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Pulpit rock (Preikestolen) – Norway, one of the most spectacular treks and sights in the world
Pulpit rock is probably one of the most iconic destinations in Norway. On par with Munch’s “Scream”, Grieg’s “Morning Song”, […]
London for 8 year olds, a brief guide from uncle and auntie from our visits with 3 nephews and one niece, all aged 8 at the time
We know this is a very specific age and topic, but we have only been with 8-year-old kids to London. […]
Route 66, the epic western parts of The Mother Road, USA!
Riding the western parts of Historic Route 66 in USA. It’s THE American dream, it’s the backbone of the world’s […]
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 […]
New York’s Bleecker Street, the coolest cross section of the Big Apple
Bleecker Street on Manhattan is one of the coolest streets to walk while in New York. Filled with historic landmarks and great spots for drinks and food, it is a must do on your NYC bucket list.
Another epic 5 day motorbike adventure looping from Las Vegas via awesome roads and sights (and some snow).
Another epic roadtrip on motorbikes starting and ending in Las Vegas via some epic roads and world class wonders like Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley, Route 66 and the awesome Moki Dugway.
Norwegian scenic byroads, want to drive on a road with 20 feet of snow on each side? May and June are the best months!
May and June are the best months to experience the newly opened scenic byroads in the Norwegian mountains. The roads are cleared of snow, and you can drive with meters of snow on each side of the road. Very spectacular!
5 day roadtrip on motorbikes from Phoenix to San Diego via some of the most spectacular roads and sights in western USA
A 5 day roadtrip on Harley Davidson motorbikes from Phoenix to San Diego via some of the most spectacular roads, sights and landscapes of the western USA.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Coda.
That was it! These are the highlights from our 19 part around the world 1997 travel diaries. Thank you for reading, liking and commenting! It has been epic!
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 19, Fiji!
Part 19 of our around the world travel diaries ends our adventure in Fiji, we find a nice beach, play cards and have a near death experience on a ferry in a cyclone!
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 18, Tonga!
The penultimate post from our travel diaries from 1997. We arrived in Tonga with high hopes but our plans did not work out like we had hoped. And home sickness starts to set in.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 17, Auckland and the tropical north
Last entries from New Zealand in part 17 of our around the world 1997 travel diaries. We go from Auckland to the tropical north and see very few dolphins, cape Reinga and magnificent Kauri trees.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 16, the best day ever! Black Water Rafting in Waitomo, New Zealand.
The best day ever! Part 16 of our around the world travel diaries from 1997 is spent underground in Waitomos wast underground cave network. It is Tanjas birthday, and she gets to spend the whole day in a wetsuit underground!
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 15, the North Island! Taupo, Napier and thermal parks
Part 15 of our travel diaries from 1997, we get to the North Island of New Zealand and we visit a thermal park.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 14, nearly bungee jumping in Queenstown
Part 14 of the now slightly epic travel diaries from 1997 takes place on New Zealands south island, we do not have the money to bungee jump, and miss out on swimming with dolphins.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 13, hello New Zealand! Arriving in Christchurch, and having a bad taste party in the bush!
Part 13 of the epic around the world 1997 travel diaries. Leaving Australia and arriving in a slightly chillier New Zealand, having a bad taste party and being cold for the first time in a long while.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 12, the Blue Mountains, Sydney and farewell Australia!
Last days and chapter 12 of our travel diaries from 1997 we spend in Sydney and the Blue Mountains.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 11, learning to surf in Byron Bay!
Part 11 of the travel diaries from 1997 shows that we try to learn how to surf in Byron Bay, who knew it would be that hard?
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 10, the unnecessary outback stop and Frasier Island.
Part 10 of the vintage backpacking adventure takes us off the beaten path to a dusty outback ranch and back to the coast to visit the stunning Frasier Island.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 9, the Great Barier reef and Pricilla, Queen of the Desert!
Part 9 of our vintage 1997 travel diaries is spent in Airlie Beach and snorkelling the awesome Great Barrier Reef by the Whitsunday Islands.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 8, seeing koalas for the first time and driving a Moke!
Part 8 of the around the world 1997 travel diaries continues down the eastern coast of Australia to Magnetic Island where we see koalas in the wild and get to drive a Moke!
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 7, Cairns, Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest
Part 7 of our travel diaries from 1997 takes place north of Cairns in the amazing Daintree rainforest and Cape Tribulation area.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 6, Kings Canyon, climbing Uluru and walking with giants in the Kata Tjutas
Pat 6 of the travel diaries from 1997 takes place with the epic backdrop of Ayers Rock and the Olgas in the mighty red centre of Australia. Ørjan climbs Ayers Rock in the dark and Tanja gets blisters.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 5, Australia! Going to the red centre
Part 5 of our around the world 1997 travel diaries, we land in Darwin, Australia. Tanja is still sick, and we book a trip by bus down the Stuart Highway to Alice Springs. We spend out first night in a swag and see our first marsupial.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 4, back at the beach and leaving Bali with an amoeba
Part 4 of our around the world 1997 travel diaries sees us back at Sengigi Beach in Lombok, and Tanja falling ill. We decide for a quick escape to Australia.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 3, The Gilli Islands, oh the disappointment!
Part 3 of our around the world 1997 travel diaries. Everybody said we HAD to see the Gilli Island, sadly we were bitterly disappointed by the filth and the blatant disregard for the coral reefs.
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 2, Bali and Lombok, it feels like a holiday at last!
Part 2 of our around the world 1997 travel diaries will see us in Bali and mainly settling down for a little while in Lombok, and it finally feels a bit like a holiday!
Around the World 1997 Travel Diaries. Part 1, Jetlagged in Bangkok
Part 1 of our around the world 1997 travel diaries, culture shock and jetlag in Bangkok.
Go to Karpathos! Our favourite Greek island!
Some years ago we went to a travel fair in Oslo, it is always nice to talk to the different […]
The Sakura, Japan’s Cherry Blossoming Season
The cherry blossom is Japan’s unofficial national flower. It holds a prominent position in Japanese culture. There are many dozens […]
Everything is totally Texas! The Lone Star state delivers epic roadtrip moments!
In Norwegian there is a word, that means that something is crazy, off the hook and states that something is […]
This year, you should go and celebrate easter in Alicante, Spain
For most northern Europeans Alicante is a well-known charter destination for the sun worshipping sun starved northerners. It is more […]
Costa Brava, our favourite part of Spain!
Costa Brava is our favourite part of the Spanish mainland coast. Costa Brava boasts some of the best beaches in […]
The Galapagos Islands, the most enchanted place on earth
Galapagos, just saying the name conjures up images of David Attenborough frolicking with giant turtles while surrounded by baby seals […]
Easter Island, the most isolated inhabited island on the planet
If you are thiking about getting isolated, this is the place! Most likely the most magic and otherworldly place we […]
New York, November 2000
It was our first visit to the most enthralling cities of them all, New York. It was a dream come […]
The Who, the What and the Why. Wremer Travels!
Wremer Travels, yes we do! We are Ørjan and Tanja Wremer, and we travel. To put it simply, Wremer Travels. […]
Coasteering in Abereiddy Bay, probably the most fun you can have in a wet suit in Wales
Coasteering is probably the most fun activity we have done the past years of travelling. We did an extensive road […]
Japan Rail Pass, A Short Guide
On our Japan In 9 Days trip we booked a 7-day Green (first class) rail pass for 2. It may […]
Top 5 epic moments on the road in USA
There are som many epic moments to be had while on the road in the US. We have done a […]
A brief guide to driving in USA. Roadtrip hints and tricks for the novice road warrior.
USA is THE place to go for a great roadtrip. Since our first adventure around 20 years ago, we have […]
The Norwegian hyperloop, how to see some of the best fjords and sights in less than 48 hrs
Welcome To Norway and the Norwegian hyperloop! This is how you can start in Oslo and see some of the […]
Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa, a dream safari destination!
Our second safari trip to Africa took us to South Africa, and the northern part of the country, to Madikwe […]
From Seattle to San Francisco, The Pacific Coast Highway is the ultimate coastal drive
This trip was done by car in July, just to be sure of nice weather. We started by flying into […]
Driving from Denver to Santa Fe via Great Sand Dunes National Park and Taos Pueblo
We flew into Denver with Icelandair, a convenient hop via Iceland (you could do a stopover for free in Iceland […]
Dreaming of the perfect safari destination? Go to Masai Mara, Kenya!
We have been so lucky that we have had the opportunity of going to Africa twice. Two very different places, […]
Why visit Kyoto? The Philosopher’s Path, Fushimi Inari Temple and the Golden Pavillion are just a few good reasons to see the ancient capital of Japan!
Kyoto is one of the best-preserved Japanese cities, due to not being fire-bombed like so many other Japanese cities in […]
The best Navajo frybread in the US via the magnificent Turquoise Highway to Colorado Springs
Last day on our magnificent Harleys. Previous posts will give you the first parts from Denver to Santa Fe, via […]
Why Monument Valley, Arches National Park and Mesa Verde to Durango should be your next roadtrip destinations!
This is the continuation of our epic roadtrips in the US, first chapter was Roadtrip from Denver to Santa Fe […]