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bio website tinybits.dk
location Denmark
age 28
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I am a Norwegian living in Denmark. With parents living far apart, I've been in and out of airplanes since I was four.

I am always planning my next trip somewhere in the world. So far, I've visted:
Denmark, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Spain, Svalbard, Sweden, Thailand and Turkey (not counting countries passed through).

I like history, photography, scuba diving and staying active on my travels, so ideally the trips are a combination of those things.

Countries visited: Norway, Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands, England, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Romania, Greece, Serbia, Egypt and Thailand


Aug
27
comment Identify waterside building / skyline
Two of my friends looked at apartments there when it opened. They looked really nice and at a reasonable price – but they had weird angled walls and corners, plus the immediate location is not fantastic (right now). In fact, the entire harbour and waterfront area in Aarhus is getting a revamp at the moment, with many new projects. Here is the crown jewel, which is being finished right now: urbanmediaspace.dk/en
Aug
18
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
5
answered What places offer both good scuba diving and surfing?
Jul
27
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
26
accepted Forced layover in country for which you have no visa
Jul
26
revised Forced layover in country for which you have no visa
m: Corrected spelling
Jul
26
comment Forced layover in country for which you have no visa
@neo That's true, but maybe they don't know of the delay at the time of boarding. Or perhaps they need to make an emergency stop (in which case I guess very special conditions apply). Also, pnuts' assumption is correct.
Jul
26
revised Forced layover in country for which you have no visa
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Jul
26
asked Forced layover in country for which you have no visa
May
31
comment Minors travelling abroad alone from India
@Andrew Untrue. I've been flying unaccompanied since I was 4. Many airlines have UM programs (Unaccompanied Minor). With SAS, it is mandatory for ages 5-11, and optional for 12-15. flysas.com/en/travel-info/travel-with-children/…
May
29
accepted Can you combine loyalty programs when flying on a multi itinerary flight?
May
26
comment Can you combine loyalty programs when flying on a multi itinerary flight?
@Relaxed Ah, I see, that does look similar. In that case, this might be as close as we get to a generally correct answer.
May
26
comment Can you combine loyalty programs when flying on a multi itinerary flight?
Yes – but there's an added hurdle here, because SAS and KLM are in different alliances, but KLM has interlined (?) part of the journey to ANA (who does share alliance with SAS). The trip as a whole is ordered through KLM directly. Hope that makes sense.
May
26
asked Can you combine loyalty programs when flying on a multi itinerary flight?
May
10
answered How can you buy train tickets at Oslo Airport?
May
2
comment Using an Amazon Kindle onboard a flight?
Ah, yes. A friend of mine had problems convincing the flight attendant that it was indeed turned off, because she could clearly see the screen was on. An honest mistake, we can't expect everyone to be gadget geeks, but a frustrating situation. Hide it during takeoff and landing.
Apr
19
awarded  Critic
Apr
19
answered Is there any plastic wrapping service in Copenhagen airport?
Feb
25
awarded  Commentator
Feb
25
comment How do I minimize the chances of TSA agents confisticating liquids larger than 3 ounces?
I can confirm this answer. I walked through with a full 500mL bottle of it once, and was merely waved through when the agent asked what it was. Generally, if it's medical supplies (such as this), and you don't act too sketchy, the security agent will not bother.