I went to Hong Kong And Booked a Last-Minute Flight to Seoul (April 2018 Blog Round-Up)

Here’s my April 2018 blog round-up, and it’s quite eventful! As I mentioned in my last round-up, Jim’s parents were in Shanghai all the way from Sweden for almost 2 weeks, so we visited many tourist attractions with them. At the end of the April, we took a three-day trip to Hong Kong, where I…

Music Lover’s Packing List: 10 Travel Essentials for Music-Loving Travelers

As a person who has music involved in my everyday life since I was born, I take music into account in almost anything I do, and of course, that also includes my travels. I enjoy looking for concerts and music-related events when I travel. The 10 travel essentials below are things I am always glad…

How to Find Cheap and Free Concerts in NYC: An Insider’s Guide

As a former conservatory student in New York City, I’ve developed several tricks and ideas on how to find cheap and free concerts in NYC over the years. Of course, I’d like to encourage everyone to buy a ticket to go to concerts as a way to support performing arts, but I understand the price is…

20+ Affordable and Fantastic Things to Do in Copenhagen, Vol. 2

Welcome to the second part of my affordable and fantastic things to do in Copenhagen! You can see the first issue here. In this volume of things to do in Copenhagen, you’ll find: Places to eat, social, and relax in Copenhagen. What and where to shop for souvenirs and designer stuff. Addresses and links to…

20+ Affordable and Fantastic Things to Do in Copenhagen, Vol. 1

Hey, I know. You’re probably thinking: Oh Geez, another “Things to Do in Copenhagen” post out of hundreds of them on the internet! But here we are. I am writing another “things to do in Copenhagen” post. I LOVE Copenhagen so much that I returned to the city few months after my first visit. Also,…