Usamos cookies propias y de terceros para mejorar la navegación y mostrar publicidad personalizada según su navegación. Si continua navegando consideramos que acepta nuestra política de cookies.
Register your Blog
( What is this? )
travel blogs
I Home I More views Today I Travel TV I xxx I xxx I xxx I xxx I Register your Blog I

Love Puffins" Go to Mykines

Travels News
Add to Flipboard Magazine. Fuente: A Dangerous Business - View all news from this site
Love Puffins" Go to Mykines Love Puffins" Go to Mykines

Love Puffins" Go to Mykines

The first thing you do upon arriving to the island of Mykines is look up. Your eyes are automatically drawn in that direction for...
The post Love Puffins" Go to Mykines appeared first on A Dangerous Business Travel Blog.

articulo visto
veces, esta semana
Love Puffins" Go to Mykines Love Puffins" Go to Mykines


Source of news: A Dangerous Business
Source of publication: 04-09-2017 16:10
visto: 5

If you liked this article you might be interested in these..

Recommended Video section of our Travels Videos - Watch More Videos in Travels Videos

Man v. Food: Big Texan Steak Challenge

Go TO TV Travels Videos

If you liked this article you might be interested in these..

Why The Lofoten Islands Should Be On Your Bucket List

The Lofoten Islands in Norway, comprised of Austvĺgřy, Flakstadřy Vestvĺgřy, Moskenesřy, Gimsřy, and many smaller islands, has been a dream travel des ...
21-06-2018 16:07

Weekend in Wichita: Uncovering the Fun in Kansas’ Larg

America’s largest cities get so much press, but many cool small cities fly under the radar. I’ve made it a mission to discover some of these littl ...
21-06-2018 16:07

TravelCon: Updates and New Ticket Information!!!

Hey all! There are only three more months to TravelCon! (Time flies, huh") This is going to be an amazing event, so I want to share some more updates ...
21-06-2018 16:07

Lady’s Beautiful Guide to London’s Richmond

I can’t think of a better way to spend a day in London than exploring one of the city’s many neighborhoods. Today my wanderlust has brought me to ...
21-06-2018 16:07

War Begets Hope at Orkney?s Italian Chapel

The Orkney Islands are home to some of the most wonderful ancient monuments in the world, from Skara Brae and the Ring of Brodgar to lesser-known wond ...
21-06-2018 16:07

Peru’s must-visit hidden gems, according to an Intrepi

Daniel Ramos, one of Intrepid?s longest working guides (15 years to be exact), can tell you pretty much everything you\'d want to know about Peru. The ...
21-06-2018 16:07

Introducing Neighborhood Safety Scores and International Tra

How much do I tip in Lisbon" What kind of plugs should I bring to Singapore" How safe is the San Telmo neighborhood of Buenos Aires" You?ll know the a ...
21-06-2018 16:06

Where to Rent Camping Gear in Reykjavik

One of the most popular ways to see Iceland is to do a camping road trip around the country?s Ring Road. But it\'s a bit of a hassle to lug all of you ...
21-06-2018 16:05

Secret Solstice Music Festival is Here

We are only one day away from the official start of summer. Every year around June 21st, people breath a little easier knowing that the days are going ...
21-06-2018 16:05

Bergius Botanical Gardens

I was out on another adventure with my visiting parents the other day. This time we visited the Bergius Botanical Gardens (or Bergianska Trädgĺrden). ...
21-06-2018 16:04

Central Vietnam (2018): Hue Beaulieu Boutique Hotel & Imperi

OUR HOTEL IN HUEThe private transfer that we engaged from Hoi An to Hue dropped us right in front of Beaulieu Boutique Hotel, which is the hotel we s ...
21-06-2018 16:04

How to Make an Road Trip Emergency Kit - Travel Channel

Find out which items you should pack for your road trip emergency kit. Find more great content from Travel Channel: Travel Channel YouTube Channel: h ...
20-06-2018 16:08

7 Things to do in Hanoi – Complete Guide To A Kid-frie

Family travel expert Karin Louzado shares the best things to do in Hanoi with the kids after taking the family on a business trip to Vietnam. 7 Things ...
20-06-2018 16:08

In the studio with Ferran Capo, illustrator for Lonely Plane

Illustrator Ferran Capo hard at work © Anna Izquierdo The latest US edition of Lonely Planet Magazine has hit the shelves, so here\'s a behind-t ...
20-06-2018 16:07

Our ultimate guide to island hopping in Italy

Italy?s famous coastline may be one of the world?s most exclusive and glamorous travel destinations, but you don?t have to be rich or famous to see it ...
20-06-2018 16:07

South India in one week: The ultimate guide

Although it\'s second time visitors that often choose to head to South India, this welcoming part of the country is great for everyone, whether you?re ...
20-06-2018 16:07

On Visiting Every European Country, and Goals that Matter

I landed in Cyprus with a smile. More than 17 years after I first set foot on the European continent, I had visited every country in Europe. (47 count ...
20-06-2018 16:07

6 Travel Photography Tips for Iceland

Iceland is probably one of the most photographable places on earth. Its varied landscapes provide the perfect backdrops for your travel photos. Some s ...
20-06-2018 16:06

Impromptu Toronto

It can be impromptu visit to Toronto with no planning and that\'s what makes it so adventurous and spontaneous. Twice in less than a year ...
20-06-2018 16:05

Berns Asiatiska- Asian Fusion Restaurant

Entrance to BernsI had the opportunity to dine at Berns Asiatiska last week with my fellow Stockholm Concierges. Berns is an historic Stockholm entert ...
20-06-2018 16:05

53 Best Things to do in Toronto – A Complete Guide to

There are so many things to do in Toronto it can be difficult to know where to start. Being one of the most multiculturally diverse cities on the plan ...
19-06-2018 16:07

How to Stop Making Excuses When it Comes to Travel (or Anyth

Note: Six months ago, I read Ramit’s “Manifesto for 2018” and got inspired. I ended up cranking this out. Remember New Year?s" When you were g ...
19-06-2018 16:07

Gushing at glow worms: a tubing adventure through New Zealan

It\'s one of the North Island\'s most unique and dazzling experiences. The post Gushing at glow worms: a tubing adventure through New Zealand’s Wait ...
19-06-2018 16:06

Why you should visit Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, the secret s

Little did I know that there was a whole Caribbean coastline to explore and on this particular itinerary, my perceptions would change after spending a ...
19-06-2018 16:06

Lovely Lunch Place in Sarajevo: Dveri

I am one lady who always looks for nice and cute places to eat at!The little entrance to Dveri. Isn't this place just lovely"In Sarajevo Old Town, ...
19-06-2018 16:05

Cruising from Durban to Pomene.

With over 2000 passengers waiting to board the MSC Sinfonia you would think the embarkation at Durban port would be a tedious, ...
18-06-2018 16:07

5 Fairytale Destinations to Visit in Europe

While there are many places to see in Europe whose grandeur will inspire feelings of awe, if pure magic is what you?re looking for, then check out fiv ...
18-06-2018 16:07

Water Fun in the Florida Keys - Travel Channel

Dip your toes in the water of the Florida Keys! From snorkeling in Big Pine Key to kayaking in Islamorada, here are three fun activities to try. Find ...
18-06-2018 16:07

5 Surprising Reasons why you Should Visit the Small Town of

If Kansas is the state that you drive through on the way from point A to point B, it is time to hop off of Interstate 70 and explore. I admit, I drove ...
18-06-2018 16:06

Just back from: Nepal

Angela hiking through the stunning Himalayas © Angela Tinson Angela Tinson, Associate Product Director in Lonely Planet?s Dublin office, recentl ...
18-06-2018 16:06

Lady’s Guide to a Lovely Walk in South Kensington

One of the best things about blogging is hearing that I’ve inspired people to get out and do the things I’ve written about. And nothing has inspir ...
18-06-2018 16:06

How to sound like a local in India: Your guide to Delhi slan

What?s one of the best ways to immerse yourself in a new culture" Study up on the local lingo so that you go in with a couple of slang words up your s ...
18-06-2018 16:06

The interesting story of Greenland and Iceland and its hidde

While many of us have heard the names Greenland and Iceland, something both places have in common is they are almost entirely unknown to the general p ...
18-06-2018 16:05

Sipping and Surfing" Colchagua to Pichilemu

Two hours south of Santiago, as I leave the freeway, trucks with bins of grapes slow the traffic on the westbound two-lane road toward the town of San ...
18-06-2018 16:05

Seabourn Sojourn in Alaska - Part I (Getting There)

My Alaska cruise on the Seabourn Sojourn will be my third trip visiting the Inside Passage.  I previously sailed on the Regent Seven Seas Mariner in ...
18-06-2018 16:05

Weekend With Friends

We spent Thursday through Father\'s day at Farragut State Park with our friends Raina & Dean and Bridget & Dennis. Buttonhook Bay, Lake Pend OreilleL ...
18-06-2018 16:04

Central Vietnam (2018): My Son Sanctuary, Marble Mountains &

Hoi An is indeed one enchanting ancient town and we really enjoyed visiting it. As much as we don\'t feel like want to leave this town, we had too as ...
18-06-2018 16:04

The top 10 destinations for travel in September 2018

Whether you?ve always wanted to sink your teeth into a juicy souvlaki in Cyprus, spot black and white rhinos in Zimbabwe or stroll along a section of ...
17-06-2018 16:06

Miljacka River Bank and the Sarajevo Assassination

The Miljacka River flows through the capital, dividing Sarajevo into 2 parts, the southern side and the northern side.The Seher-Cehaja Bridge near Vij ...
17-06-2018 16:05

Myanmar: Photo Essay Part 3

The Road to MandalayWe arrived in Mandalay by plane, but it was a long highway from the airport before seeing the ?Welcome to Mandalay? sign. The driv ...
17-06-2018 16:04

I came to Cuba for the cars and cigars, but it’s the p

I imagined riding in the back of a classic car and salsa dancing in the streets of Havana. These things did happen, but I was pleased to discover that ...
16-06-2018 16:06

Best Carry-on: Frequent Travelers Share Advice

As a frequent traveler, you want a carry-on bag that works as hard as you do. You don?t have time for disruptions, and you need your bag to keep up wi ...
16-06-2018 16:06

Your Unofficial Guide to Iceland in July

You know the feeling. Spring is in full force and you can see summer right around the corner. You?re getting restless and those itchy feet just can\'t ...
16-06-2018 16:05

Photos of the Sarajevo City Hall and City Library aka Vijecn

This is perhaps the piece of architecture and national monument that truly stands out in Sarajevo.The beautiful building was built during the Austro-H ...
16-06-2018 16:05

Walk, Jog or Bike Around Djurgĺrd Canal

Canal with pathways on either side.Did you know that 95% of the population of Stockholm live within 300 meters of a green area (park, forest, etc.)" M ...
16-06-2018 16:04

Pack Like a Pro With One Bag - One Bag and You're Out - Trav

Don\'t be that person who holds up the airport security line by rifling through an unorganized bag. Upgrade your luggage and pack like a pro with thes ...
15-06-2018 16:08

48-hour fling in… Barcelona

Amazing galleries, mind-bending architecture, foodie havens, some of the best nightlife and music festivals in the world… and a beach" There­­­?s g ...
15-06-2018 16:07

Wandering the Winterless North: a day in New Zealand’s

Calling the Bay of Islands the ?Winterless North? is a big statement, but this stunning, summery and historic destination is one of the highlights of ...
15-06-2018 16:07

Beyond hiking: What you should see, eat and drink in Cinque

After exploring the area on my Highlights of Italy tour, I left with memories of one of the most fulfilling 48-hours full of food, sunshine and challe ...
15-06-2018 16:07

2018 World Cup: Smite the World, Iceland!

Comb your beards, grab your Viking horns, and put on the war paint because the thunderclap is back! The World Cup is nearly here and so too is the tou ...
15-06-2018 16:05

Silversea Cruises & Royal Caribbean - Synergies Both Financi

It was announced today that Royal Caribbean Cruises will acquire 66% of Silversea Cruises, bringing both something each needed.  I think it is going ...
15-06-2018 16:05

Central Vietnam (2018): What I Ate In Hoi An

My previous post on How To Get From Da Nang Airport To Hoi An Old Town.#nonhalalpostNow, let me share with you of what I had when I was in Hoi An for ...
15-06-2018 16:05

How to stop sucking at budgeting so you can travel more ? pa

Your lack of budget is giving me anxiety. Help me help you. The post How to stop sucking at budgeting so you can travel more – part 1 appeared f ...
14-06-2018 16:09

Northern California Packing Guide for Women

Whether you\'re headed to Napa for the wine, Tahoe for the snow, Yosemite for the hiking or Santa Cruz for the ocean, there\'s a handful of essentials ...
14-06-2018 16:09

DIY No-Sew Scarf With a Hidden Pocket - Travel Channel

Say hello to your new favorite travel accessory! Learn how to add a secret pocket to a scarf, perfect for storing your passport, cash and other valuab ...
14-06-2018 16:08

Things to do in Isle of Man: 3 Adventures You Have to Try

Off the west coast of England, nestled halfway between the shores of Cumbria and Northern Ireland, the cliffs, beaches and seaside towns of the Isle o ...
14-06-2018 16:08

Getting a Taste of Music History in Nashville

New Orleans is the home of jazz music; Detroit the home of Motown. Memphis gave us Elvis, Seattle gave us grunge, and the Bronx gave... The post Getti ...
14-06-2018 16:08

48 Hours in Taipei

Written by James Wong Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, is a colorful mess of mazes and packed markets, hipster hangouts, thermal valleys and towering ma ...
14-06-2018 16:08

7 Must-See Cultural Gems in Taipei

With more than 15,000 temples across the country, you could spend a whole year visiting each one. But to make the most of your vacation time (so you s ...
14-06-2018 16:08

7 Foods You NEED to Try at Taiwan’s Night Markets

We love a good food market, heck, we love food, period. So wandering the streets of Taipei had our noses tingling and our bellies grumbling (that was ...
14-06-2018 16:08



Would you like your blog and posts leave here?



News most viewed Today

Goldring Travel's 2016 Culinary & Cultural (Food & Wine) Cruise on the Seabourn Quest - Part II (British Wine Tour and More)

Goldring Travel's 2016 Culinary & Cultural (F...

And so the 2016 Goldring Travel Culinary & Cultural Cruise begins!Bacchus Grapes - Chapel Down WineryMy flight on United arrived a bit early in London; in fact, too early.  I had originally booked a later flight, but for logistical reasons (that... -
Avalon Waterways - Myanmar - Part IX (The Ship: Avalon Myanmar)

Avalon Waterways - Myanmar - Part IX (The Shi...

Avalon MyanmarAvalon Waterways? Myanmar (Burma) river cruise is, in my opinion, the best overall Irrawaddy River cruise product today.  There is no question, as the only river cruise that sails north of Mandalay, that its itinerary ? especially if... -
GUEST BLOG: Mobility-as-a-Service: Buzzword or Business Strategy"

GUEST BLOG: Mobility-as-a-Service: Buzzword o...

Last February when we attended the Business Travel Show to reveal our new app ? Mobilleo - we were constantly being asked to explain Mobility-as-a-Service. Industry knowledge about the term seemed restricted to ?that?s about driverless cars? or... -
Goldring Travel Revisits Regent Seven Seas Cruises (Seven Seas Voyager: Rome to Barcelona - August 1, 2017) - Part V (Antibes and Marseilles: The Ensemble Experience, Cultural Wine "Tasting" and Sette Mari - Luxury Experiences for Sure)

Goldring Travel Revisits Regent Seven Seas Cr...

Our cruise on the Regent Seven Seas Voyager continued with our arrival in Antibes, France to partly cloudy skies, which was quite a relief from the 90+ degree days were have experienced so far.  My continued plan was to experience Regent Seven Seas... -
Antarctica and Patagonia: An Adventure on the Seabourn Quest - Part VI (Captain Larsen and Class, Crossing the Southern Polar Circle & Breaking Records)

Antarctica and Patagonia: An Adventure on the...

Captain Bjarne Larsen is the master of the Seabourn Quest for her Antarctic cruises.  He has been doing this since Seabourn started the program five years ago. Seabourn Quest Captain Bjarne LarsenOn this cruise something very special happened. ... -
Goldring Travel's 2015 Culinary & Cultural (formerly Food & Wine) Cruise - Seabourn Quest - Part V (Honningsvag) - Ventures By Seabourn

Goldring Travel's 2015 Culinary & Cultural (f...

The 2015 Goldring Travel Culinary and Cultural Cruise on the Seabourn Quest took a marked turn away from the standard travel activities when we reached Honningsvag, Norway as we approached the most northern tip of Europe well above the Arctic... -
Antarctica and Patagonia: An Adventure on the Seabourn Quest - Part XI (Reflections + Puerto Montt and Heading Home)

Antarctica and Patagonia: An Adventure on the...

It is hard to express the emotional and learning journeys I encountered over my 21 day Antarctica and Patagonia Adventure on the Seabourn Quest. Seabourn Quest in Neko Harbor, AntarcticaWhat I do know is that after:The anticipationGathering up my... -
Bath, England: Pulteney Bridge and the Riverside Cafe

Bath, England: Pulteney Bridge and the Rivers...

The late 18th century Pulteney Bridge spanning the River Avon is one of the dramatic sights in Georgian Bath. The bridge is designed in Palladian style - Georgian architecture and is a bit similar in terms of concept to the bridges in Italy, the... -
It's a Sale!  It's a Deal. It's on Miles! - Seabourn, Crystal, Silversea, Oceania"  It Doesn't Matter!  You Need a Travel Agent!!!!

It's a Sale! It's a Deal. It's on Miles! - S...

Eric J. GoldringNot Your Ordinary Travel Agent!Earlier this week I was contacted by someone looking to book their honeymoon and had focused on a Seabourn cruise.  One would think the approach would be, "Easy. Book him and be done!" But that is... -
Windstar Cruises - Going "All Inclusive"  in Tahiti, Caribbean, Costa Rica & Panama -For a Limited Time

Windstar Cruises - Going "All Inclusive&...

Windstar Cruises has put together some very impressive packages to go along with its premium product with prices starting as low as $2,499 per person (double occupancy) + taxes.From today through September 18, 2015 if you book your Windstar cruise... -

More Blogs

Thenexttravel Directory
- Insert Blog


[email protected]