804 reputation
215
bio website tinybits.dk
location Denmark
age 28
visits member for 1 year, 10 months
seen 2 hours ago

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


Nov
19
awarded  Curious
Nov
18
comment Name on RyanAir ticket abbreviated in passport
I contacted them, and they said he would not need to change it for a minor administration fee of €10. He will need to present his birth certificate and have it sorted before going to the airport. How he will present the birth certificate before going to the airport, I do not know.
Nov
18
revised Name on RyanAir ticket abbreviated in passport
Clarified the thing about family names
Nov
18
comment Name on RyanAir ticket abbreviated in passport
The passenger has two family names – Doe Smith. I have used only "Doe" as the last name on the ticket, but it happens to be abbreviated in the passport. The "D." may even be in a different field e.g. "Given names: Oliver D." or as a middle initial – I am unsure how exactly it is written, only that it is not written in full.
Nov
18
asked Name on RyanAir ticket abbreviated in passport
Sep
13
comment dual citizen and indefinite leave to remain
Can you not just use your British passport? Also, if your Nigerian passport is more than 15 years old, is it even valid?
Sep
9
comment Why can two different airlines have different travel durations for the same itinerary?
EDIT: Delta also considers CDG a hub, although with much fewer routes than Air France. They land at the same terminal. Delta considers BOS their hub also, and depart from a different gate than Air France. Thus, gate location is likely not the answer in this example.
Sep
9
comment Why can two different airlines have different travel durations for the same itinerary?
I assume it may be due to gate location. Since CDG is the main hub of Air France, they likely have the "best" gates, which don't require a lot of taxxing. Or perhaps they have their own terminal, which means they don't have to cue up in the more crowded runways (speculation).
Sep
8
comment Going to Japan for 2 weeks, vaccinations
Hmm, yes, and they mention polio instead. I think you should simply ask your doctor.
Sep
8
answered Going to Japan for 2 weeks, vaccinations
Sep
8
comment Going to Japan for 2 weeks, vaccinations
I think this depends on where you are from. Here in Denmark, we have a site for this specific purpose. For Japan, there are several comon diseases to be vaccinated against, but people here are usually already vaccinated in school or from previous trips. Other countries probably have similar sites.
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
added 187 characters in body
Jul
26
asked Forced layover in country for which you have no visa