Super stoked to be heading back to Copenhagen this week to participate in the first ever TBEX on European soil. The first “official” conference was in New York earlier this year, and was more than anything, a chance to hug people I’ve known for years behind avatars.
Some exciting news hit the travel community last week.
I shy away from really old buildings (as in 50 years or older, talk less of 780+ years old) for many reasons. Mostly because I’d rather not share my room with previous residents from generations past.
It’s amazing how sheep in a foreign land take on more significance while one is traveling.
There’s a water shortage. Again. Across the whole campus.
We know what this means – trekking down to the nearby village along the shores of the lagoon with our gray metal pails and plastic buckets…
“Can you see them?” whispers Anna-Carin as we make our way through tall blades of yellowish green grass. We wonder what she’s looking at. All we see is grass. Instinctively, she knows where to look for the three-month old twin calves, Klara and Märta…