Happy Easter!

This post is WAY overdue, I know. I can’t exactly say that I’ve been busy because these past days I’ve been doing absolutely nothing. But with a clear conscience. During the holiday, I’ve just relaxed and spent time with family.

In Denmark, Easter is a happy holiday where we mostly eat a lot. Some families hide Easter chocolate eggs in the garden and then the kids have to find them. Funny enough, I had never heard of this tradition until last week when my sister-in-law told me about it. And now… I’ve found out that many Danes do it. Well, what do you know! In my family, we just give each other Easter eggs of chocolate or marzipan. I like this tradition!

I hope you’ve all had a great Easter whereever you are in the world. I have one more day off before I have to get back to work.

By the way, I have a post coming up about the war museum in Siem Reap and this is my last post from Cambodia. Next up is my favorite country, Thailand. Stay tuned, peeps, and stay cool. Talk soon x

Spring chickens

Photo of the Week 21 - Easter in Denmark

Photo of the Week 21 - Easter in Denmark

This week’s stunning sunsets

Photo of the Week 21 - Easter in Denmark

Photo of the Week 21 - Easter in Denmark

Do you have any Easter traditions?

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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.