Finally, finally, at last. Spring has arrived!

I’m in the countryside, and these days I’m waking up to the sound of bird chirping and sunlight, flowers in the garden… and silence. It’s quiet here. Like, really quiet. Aside from the birds, all I hear is the occasional car and tractors in the field preparing soil for spring planting. The silence and countryside sounds are calming and soothing for my soul.

This week I’m going to show you around my hometown, Harridslev. It’s a small village just outside of Randers where everyone knows everyone, and where it’s near impossible to walk past someone without hearing a cheerful “hello” or “good morning”.

People are friendly. They’re chatty. Welcoming. And although I miss the big city vibe, I absolutely love the community and charm of a small town like this.

That’s it for now, folks. Enjoy the tour around Harridslev and my childhood home. I believe I promised you a post about Siem Reap last week, ahem, and it is on its way. Promise ^^

Talk soon and have a lovely spring week!

The local church

Photo of the Week 18 - My hometown

A traditional Danish cottage

Photo of the Week 18 - My hometown

Photo of the Week 18 - My hometown

Harridslev, Denmark

Harridslev, Denmark

Harridslev, Denmark

The forest

Harridslev, Denmark

My childhood home

Harridslev, Denmark

Harridslev, Denmark
Harridslev, Denmark

Harridslev, Denmark

Harridslev, Denmark

Dad’s birdhouse

Harridslev, Denmark

And a sunset photo. Of course.

Harridslev, Denmark

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