Travel Advice

Travel Advice

What to pack for a trip to Sri Lanka


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You’ve booked our surf & yoga retreat and the countdown has started. It’s time to think about what you should pack in your bag for Sri Lanka. Here’s a list of what we think you should bring: Sunscreen! Bring more than you think you’ll need. It’s really hard to find good water-resistant sunscreen here. We recommend

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Restaurants, Sri Lanka, Travel Advice

pizza + cider in Thalpe


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Two things that first comes to my mind when someone is asking for tips regarding the little gem Sri Lanka is Wijaya Beach and the Old Railway. This afternoon I had the pleasure of combining them both. Catherine who’s the designer of the Old Railway needed some photos for an upcoming project and we played

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Travel Advice, Travels

Surf friendly airline company!


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We’ve been traveling with many, many airline companies through the years. We’ve been using momondo.com since our first trip to found out which dates are cheapest and in the beginning we just choosed the flights that were just cheapest. That changed pretty quickly. We got very tired of rental boards. It was a hazzle finding the right

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Sweden, Torekov, Travel Advice

first dip out on the island


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The island is Hallands Väderö and is just outside of Torekov. It’s a very special place with a unique fauna and a long history. It actually belongs to the Swedish s´church who got it back as a gift from Denmark hundreds of years ago. This late afternoon was the first time on the island for

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Food, Sri Lanka, Travel Advice

Budget for Sri Lanka


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Here’s are budget for Sri Lanka. We’re surprised over how little things has change since we were here two years ago. Prices are the same, people are the same and we actually forgot how cheap it is to live here even though the prices are a bit increased due to the holidays. Thought you might

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Travel Advice, Travels

Fjällräven Kajka


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I never thought it would be possible for me to backpack like a traditional backpacker.. I have rheumatism that goes up and down, when I was a kid I sat in a wheel chair for periods but now I can go weeks without any pain.. Anyway, on our first trip I bought a back pack

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California, Travel Advice

road trip in the u,s & a


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My bestfriend Isabel is right now roadtripping from Iowa to California and back to Chicago, today I think they are arriving in Las Vegas. She asked us for California tips from the short road trip we did and all I have to say is; Sonoma and Napa Valley, Oyster Bay and grilled oysters, Reedwod trees,

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