I´m a kooky girl that likes to travel. I grew up in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA. Then moved to Northern California for about 5 years. But now, it's going on 5 years living in Sweden with my hubby and our furbabies, plus our little boy and my mom has joined our crew! Over the pandemic time, it has been hard to travel. Thus, my travel blog had been at a stand still. I started going to a University and I had a baby. Now I'm on a different kind of adventure. But my family and I plan on traveling when we can still.
Traveling is something I cherish. New adventures is what keeps me moving, that and a stubbornness.
I have a weird sense of humor if you haven´t figured that out from my posts. My writing can be perplexing, but I like to tell stories, and the best way is from my own experiences.
So sit back and relax, as you take a spin through my hikes or enjoy following my footsteps as I wander in different countries! Most of my writings will be focused on hikes and the outdoors in Sweden.
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Keep on trucking Dani, you have the guts and power to do anything you are strong.
Thank you! You know you are strong as well! I bet everything will work out for you!
So proud of you completing the hike. You had a goal and didn’t give up. Keep true to your heart and don’t give up. We love your strength and commitment.
So glad Clyde is back to himself. Enjoy your hiking.
Oh, good for Clyde. What a scare!!!
really cool. loved the videos and great writing!
Dani, Great job. I really like your site.
Thanks! That’s great to hear!
I had a very similar experience in Siem Reap! We also stayed at the Mad Monkey hostel, had a great time but definitely enjoy Angkor Wat so much! So amazing to see the detail in the architecture built so long ago! Loved reading your post
Yeah! It was such an amazing place! It is crazy something from so long ago was still standing! Mad monkey hostel, it has its own world! 😅
Enjoyed reading about your adventure! I’ve never been to Siem Reap before, but my brother has and he loved it. I also enjoyed your pictures! Keep it up!
Why thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it! Maybe in the future you will go and check it out!😃
It was de jevu reading your post. Those busses between Cambodia and Thailand. There are times when you have to really hang on to your sense of humour but afterwards how wonderful the tales we can then tell. Well done with the diving course.
Thanks! Yeah, I sure had to hold on to my sanity for a while there!
What chaos! Haha but sounds like it was all worth it! I have finished the pool dives of my open water diver certification and now need to finish the open water dives. I was actually considering going to Thailand for them!
You should do it! It was awesome!
Do it! You will love it!
Yup! So worth it!
Lovely post. I’m glad you both found each other what a lovely story and some great pictures. Thanks for sharing.
I’m glad you enjoyed it!!
Aww so cute! What a sweet story 🙂
Why thank you!😁
That was a full day.
Yeah! It sure was! Definitely worth it though!
Very tall mountains and a nice-looking hotel.
Yeah! It’s so beautiful there in The Park! I was blown away! Definitely worth a visit!
Wow! There’s a lot of useful information on everything to do with travel in Sweden, not just hiking! Like I didn’t know I was required to have travel insurance when visiting there! (I usually do, but maybe not always. Now I know.) I linked you to my Sweden landing page – You’re info in way more detailed and up-to-date than mine will ever be!
Why thank you! I’m really enjoying living in Sweden since there’s nature all over the place. It has been interesting learning Swedish culture and how they do things here. Hope you’re doing good! Thanks so much for linking me on your page! I hope it helps other travelers in their journeys!
Looks beautiful. Another visit may be in store
Wow, that was a truly amazing article to read! I had no idea where the first ice hotel originated. Thank you for the great info!
I’m glad you enjoyed it!
I have always wanted to stay at an ice house. Now I feel like I know what it would be like. Great post!
That’s great to hear! Hopefully you’ll get the chance to see the ice hotel in person.
Amazing outdoor info!
Why thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it!
What an interesting article. You actually brought the smell of the food and flowers to the reader. But, not the Surstromming. I’ll remember to keep away from that my next trip.