Hello everyone! And welcome to my little corner of the Internet.
I’m Zascha and I’m gonna show you the world according to me. After living in Denmark most of my life and then spending five years in England whilst traveling part time, I decided I needed more. So I’m now traveling around the world full time while I freelance and blog – with no return ticket. That’s how life is meant to be lived, right?
My primary focus on this blog is traveling solo. I’m gonna share my travels and adventures from around the globe, so I hope you’ll stick around and follow me as I explore our wonderful, crazy world. You never know, maybe I’ll inspire you to do the same?
Want to know more? Read more about me here. For all blog posts click here.
18th March 2017: I’m having a blast in Malaysia. My 6th country on my trip around the world – yes, I know, I’m a bit slow but I’ve got all the time in the world. Where in the world are you?
24th December 2016: I’m wishing all of you beautiful people a very merry Christmas. Hope, all of your wishes come true and you’ll have a fabulous time with your loved ones. Thanks for being one of my awesome readers on According to Zascha!
I have said this before: Denmark is so much more than just Copenhagen. Of course I understand why Copenhagen (and other capitals in general) are so appealing to tourist and travelers, but believe me, Denmark has a lot more to offer than just our bustling capital. One day in Odense - The Fairy Tale City … Continue Reading
One problem with planning a trip to the states is that there are too many cool destinations to choose from! Not sure where you want to visit? Hopefully, this A to Z of the USA will help you figure it out. A - Alaska. Sure, it’ll be cold, but imagine exploring that great landscape! B … Continue Reading
France, the city of lights and love, attracts millions of tourists every year. It’s one such country in the world where the tourists outnumber the locals. The European country is famous for its scrumptious food, exotic language, heritage sites and eccentric artists. As the cities and towns are well-connected by a high-speed train system, the … Continue Reading
If art and architecture is your thing then Barcelona in Spain is the place where you belong. There are so many incredible landmarks to be found in this city, but the most notable ones are without a doubt the ones designed by Antoni Gaudí. Antoni was a Spanish architect known for his Catalan modernism and … Continue Reading
A traveler has many homes. But what is home, really? To me, home is a lot of places. Home is on a street cafe in Bologna. Home is in the jungle outside Chiang Mai. Home is when I'm walking through the colourful Riomaggiore. Home is with the Orangutans in Borneo. Home is in a cheap … Continue Reading
For many, travel seems like an unattainable luxury, left for only those who have the extra income to afford it. But that’s simply not true. Traveling can work for almost any budget. In some cases, it can even be free! The United States is a particularly budget-friendly travel destination. It’s a veritable playground of places … Continue Reading
There is absolutely no doubt that the US is worth more than one visit. One of the big reasons for that is that there are few places in the world with quite as much to offer in terms of a rich history. The country has people from hundreds of corners of the world, of varying … Continue Reading
Being back in Denmark has honestly been a bit of a 'culture shock' in some ways. This country is so different from countries in Southeast Asia - in good ways and in bad ways. The differences also mean that there are things I now need to get used to again. Here are some of them: … Continue Reading