Hans Christian Andersen statue in Malaga.

Hans Christian Andersen statue in Malaga. One city where he was couchsurfing.

Hans Christian Andersen is mostly known for his fairy tales, but he was also one of the greatest travelers of his time and he never had a permanent home. Large part of his life, he lived for free in peoples houses and castles, making him a 19th century couchsurfer, before anyone had thought about that this would one day be a common thing to do among travelers.

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Selfie stick photo 40 000 feet above the ground.

Selfie stick photo 40 000 feet above the ground.

After a few months of looking at other people using this stick and after meeting a guy who was very creative with his selfie stick, I decided to get one 3 months ago and it has been a fun ride so far with my selfie stick. Just remember to think a little on how to use it and not to use it.

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Living a not so normal life. This week in a borrowed apartment in Paris.

Living a not so normal life. This week in a borrowed apartment in Paris.

I am not living what is thought to be a normal life, but I have chosen that myself and i am very happy about my choices and here is a list of things i have chosen to opt out from and I am not missing any of them.

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Living out of a backpack.

Living out of a backpack.

How do I live as a global nomad and how do I finance it?

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So I’m sitting here at the brink of turning 45 but I do not feel old at all.

Not even middle aged.

Crazy stories.

I have a wine named after me.

I’m still the same crazy old anarchist who roams the globe year after a year and goes crazy with all the funny people I meet around the globe, unless I am busy working as a tour leader so I can save up for the next mad trip of mine. I thought that I would celebrate my 45th birthday by telling you a bit about crazy stuff I have done around the globe.

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