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View of Saint Peters square

Traveling the world on long weekends

We are a Norwegian couple with two teenagers and we absolutely love to travel – near and far. We work 9-5, teens go to school and we travel only during our vacation time and other days off. And we love our long weekend breaks from everyday’ hassle. We are not digital nomads and nor have we desire to become such. You can read my and other like-minded bloggers’ in-depth interview on this subject HERE.
You can read about our lifestyle and why we are satisfied with the way we travel here.

You might consider us lucky living in one of the worlds best countries when it comes to social welfare. In Norway, we have 5 weeks vacation by law, 10 public holidays and weekends. If we add that up we get 35 days off excluding the weekends.

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But no matter the country you live and work in there is always a way to get you on the road.

Travelletters is all about how to make most out of your precious vacation time. We are all about city travels, beaches, and hiking. If you:

live a corporate life working 9-5
– travel only during your days off 
– want to know where to go on long weekends or a short vacation
– want to know where to stay
– want to know what activities to do and how much they cost
– want tips on best travel accessories

then we definitely can help you by sharing our tips on how we do it. I recommend you start with checking our destinations, activities, accommodation, and travel accessories.

About us

Lena (me) – born in Ukraine and moved to Norway after I met Steinar (my better half). I have just finished my three-year-long study for a Master degree while working full-time. I have always loved to travel and have always been curious about other cultures, history, and languages. I love to write and take pictures and always bring my camera with me – to sometimes huge annoyance to my family.

Steinar – loves his drone and brings it with him where ever and whenever he can. He loves to travel and he also loves to drive, which is perfect because road tripping is my favorite type of travel.

We do love mountains and beaches, but nothing beats the vibes of cities like Paris, Venice or HK.

Despite the final year of study, full-time work and two teenagers at school we managed to travel to 13 new and “old” places. We will do our absolute best to inspire you to travel and show you that it is possible to see a lot in just one weekend.

Ark Beach Apartments in Split
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Lake view in Norway

The 25 countries and three continents we have visited so far will show you that you can see a lot during your vacation.

Grab our free travel planner for a weekend on the road here

You can read a deeper interview with me at http://suitcasesix.com/wow-lena/ – Sarah Swank’s blog who supports female bloggers, or here.

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