The End Of Blogging?

I started blogging around the year of 2011.  During that time, I had a blog parked under my name, writing various topics including funny / humor, human psychology, music, and more.  Over the years, based on Google Analytics, travel was the most popular topic that was read the most in that blog.  To better focus on this one topic, I decided to transfer all my old blog posts into this blog.

It’s been over eight years now since I have had this blog.  I love travelling, and I think it’s something I won’t ever stop doing.  There’s just so much to see in this world that I highly and always encourage anyone to travel as much as possible, especially when you do not have parents or children to take care of, and especially when you have enough savings and have enough time to do so.  My dream job would be to be able to work remotely while travelling from one country to another during their best seasonal weather. Continue reading The End Of Blogging?

Four Days Itinerary in Copenhagen, Denmark (Part Two)

This is a continuation of my 4 days Copenhagen trip, featuring Days Three and Four.  If you haven’t done so already, you can read about Part one for Days one and two right here.  Some of my thoughts and opinions on Copenhagen were expressed in the previous post, so I highly encourage you to read that post before reading this.  Moving on directly – and again I will post extra photos at the bottom to make the flow of the blog post feel a bit better rather than bombard with loads of photos.  For my Youtube shorts for Copenhagen, click here for shorts.


Day Three

Our first stop was checking out this bakery place called Hart Bageri (website), which was about a 10 min walk from our Coco Hotel.

Hart Bageri

Hart BageriYou can say that my friend really loves pastries, but so do I (mainly in Copenhagen though). Continue reading Four Days Itinerary in Copenhagen, Denmark (Part Two)