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    I was pretty lost when I went to Burning Man back in 2010. I had never even heard of the festival in Nevada until four days prior to arriving at the site. Somehow this big event had escaped my attention, but by chance I met up with some couchsurfers in San Francisco the weekend before, […]...

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    My personal economy is what you might call a disaster. I was (and am) pretty much always skint because I guess I appreciate free time more than money. I don’t know if it’s about battling the way of living forced upon us by society, or if it’s just because having a “proper” job gives me […]...

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    Some people ask me if I always wanted to travel. The truth is I didn’t really look at it that way – I always had a desire to leave Norway, and spend some years in another country, maybe as an exchange student. It was, or still is, very appealing to me to go live somewhere […]...

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I was pretty lost when I went to Burning Man back in 2010. I had never even heard of the festival in Nevada until four days prior to arriving at the site. Somehow this big...

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I like Buenos Aires. I found myself in the Argentinean capital due to a rather impulsive decision; after spending a month in Florida I was supposed to go back to Barcelona, but told myself it would be foolish to leave the western hemisphere without a pit stop in South America. After all, I was in...

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Ryanair often makes the provocative advertising for the president (pay toilets, late copilot distorting subsidies, etc.). However, even if the company is often evidence of practical limitations, it allows, if care, travel cheap and serve some provincial airports formerly deserted. Basically, this is a little Ryanair old great aunt that we do not like to...

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