New website 

New website 

New Website Finally I’m ready to show you my new website — I hope you like it, and fancy to have a look around! curiousKester is my new website, reflecting my thoughts and experiences when traveling. My main focus will be my encounter with the locals on my...
Danish summer

Danish summer

Can you travel all the time and constantly, all year round? Yes some can, and does it. When I was young; in my 20s, I traveled for years, or half a year at a time. It was extraordinary, and probably it still would be. But I also have so many wonderful things in...
La Paz – part 4

La Paz – part 4

The first to leave traces Neolithic hunter-gatherers were the first to inhabit La Paz, Mexico area at least 10,000 years ago and the first who leaves traces of their presence in form of rock paintings near the city and throughout the Baja California Peninsula.  ...
La Paz – part 3

La Paz – part 3

Dieter and I gets a cup of coffee at the Malecón in La Paz in México. The Malecón is the waterfront, and the one in La Paz is quite spectacular. You can read more about that in my upcoming post. While Dieter fetch the coffee, I wait at the table outside. Enjoying the...
La Paz – part 2

La Paz – part 2

I’m continuing my La Paz series (we are still talking about La Paz in Mexico!). This is part 2 of 4. Did you see part 1? Nature around La Paz is a vibrant and a surprising mixture of some of the most unique marine life in the world and tropical flowering...
La Paz – part 1

La Paz – part 1

Occasionally I’ve called La Paz in Mexico my second home. I have been and lived there several times so it’s not all wrong. La Paz almost at the end of the long narrow peninsula Baja California, dangling down from the state of California, USA is quite...
Rolling hills in Zimbabwe

Rolling hills in Zimbabwe

The Perfect Spot Together with friends we left Harare in Zimbabwe one afternoon to go and find the perfect spot for a wedding. The son of our friend was getting married and our friend wanted to find the perfect spot, the rolling hills in Zimbabwe for his son’s...
Finding a restaurant in Havana

Finding a restaurant in Havana

Finding a restaurant in Havana After a few wonderful weeks around Cuba, we are back in Havana. We live with Nilo and his lovely wife Cary. After taken the backpack to the room, we felt the hunger grow, and went out to look for a restaurant. Two minutes later it...

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