As many of you know, we moved from Aarhus to Randers a few weeks ago. At the moment we’re waiting for our new apartment to get ready so we can move in. I’m really excited about it. It’s cosy and has a HUGE balcony…. I can’t wait for the all those evenings I’m going to spend there with a cold glass of white wine and the sunset –> Hello, perfection!

So, this week I’ve been working on several projects. One being a partnership on social media. Since I started out as a blogger 1,5 years ago I’ve been really picky with sponsorships and advertising as I don’t want to spam you with annoying ads or have my site filled with advertisement. I turn down 99 out of 100 offers I get, but a while back I found a good fit so now I’ve made my first profit. This is a huge milestone for me so I’m really proud!

Since Randers is my new home for now I’d like to show you around the town center. This is an old town with lots of history… In the medieval, Randers was a market town and many of its half-timbered houses dated to the 15th century still remain today. Another sign of history is the cobblestone streets… ridiculously unpractical for heels, but they look charming nonetheless.

That’s all for now. Have a great week, everyone!

The Town Hall

Randers, Denmark

A half-timbered house

Randers, Denmark

And one more

Randers, Denmark

Town Hall

Randers, Denmark

Statue of Niels Ebbesen, a Danish nobleman and national hero

Denmark

This week’s sunset photo

Denmark

How was your week? Did you do anything exciting?

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Miriam

Travel blogger at Adventurous Miriam
I’m Miriam Risager, and this site has been my scrap-book, playground and home since 2013. I launched this blog as a way to share my journey, as well as share the hows, whys and wheres for other travelers.