Showing posts from February, 2017

How I Fell In Love With Copenhagen

"To travel is to live" - Hans Christian Andersen

If we think about it logically, visiting a foreign country for the first time is quite a daunting prospect. A different climate, a different currency, a different language, a different travel system, different foods, different customs; a completely different way of life. Yet despite all these differences, many of us are becoming creatures of travel, with statistics showing that on average we each venture abroad 1.4 times per year.

There's a lot to be said for travelling. It's like learning how to live all over again, only with a pre-requisite of knowing how to get by in the world. Seeing how different societies function opens our minds and our hearts to new experiences and teaches us to believe that anything is possible. The world is your oyster, they say - and it really is.

I don't usually make New Year's Resolutions but this year, I made a promise to myself that 2017 was going to be a year of travel. To go p…