Discovering and photographing the unknown beauty of Europe
What is going to change in 2013? We have already decided that we keep our travel philosophy, which is to show you the beauty of places that are less touristic. And what we have learned last year is that we don’t always have to look far to find this beauty.
Some travel plans have already been made. In about 5 weeks we’ll go back to Denmark. But this time we have two special missions in our mind. The first is that we’ll try to show Denmark from a completely different point of view. And second, we would like to go back to the roots of my soul mate. During the Easter vacation we’ll probably go to Hungary and exploring the Baltic countries is our dream for this summer. In the meantime we’ll continue with our Creepy Travels and discover more about Belgium and Brussels in particular.
But there will be changes as well. As you can see, we have already changed the name of our blog. When we started our blogging adventure, it was meant to be a fun project, hence we came up with a fun name. When we started taking our blog more seriously – and that was about a year ago – we were surprised to see many followers from all over the world, people that we didn’t know at all. The number of followers kept growing and the number of “likes” and comments as well and 63.000 views later, we thought it was time for a change. The new name tells you exactly what the blog is about! We were also getting a bit tired of the Viking and the Kitten thing, so we have also decided to use our real names: Lars and Ingrid.
Lars and I also think that it’s not fair that WordPress puts ads on our blog and that we don’t see any money from it! In other words, we would like to start earning money with our blog and as long as we stay here, we are not able to do this. Or so it seems. We are not sure if we are going to go for self-hosting or go back to Blogger. But whichever decision we take, we’ll hope you’ll keep on following us!
The next days I will post about the rest of our German escapade of the beginning of December and afterwards about our visit to Metz and its surroundings!