visiting Suchitoto in El Salvador is kind of magic

Suchitoto

There is a certain magic flickering in the air when passing the one storey houses with tiled roofs through the cobbled stone streets of Suchitoto. You will find no glimmering lights or fancy cafes but beautiful old colonial houses and the most charming church, Santa Lucia from 1850. The post-colonial architectural pearl is  at […]

Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Visited by Globetrotter in a Wheelchair

The Petronas Tower

The Petronas Towers are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With 452 meters they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 and remain the tallest twin towers in the world replacing the World Trade Center in New York, according to the Council on Tall […]

solmærket

Smiling Sun

In the 1970’s there were fears of war, environmental disasters and nuclear power. In response to Sweden’s opening of the Barsebäck nuclear power-station in 1975, dreams of a green planet with peace and justice; inspired many to engage in grassroots movements. Individuals protested against the 1973 government plans to start construction of up to […]

KunstAvisen

Kirsten-Marie Hedeland

“The Journey continuous on The Canvas” — about Kirsten K. Kester and her picturesque travel-universe. “Life is my inspiration – my journeys around the world feed my brain with colors and shapes. My working tools my art and lifestyle vary both in terms of my many trips around […]

Reykjavik, Iceland

Kolbrún Stefánsdóttir

“Kirsten K. is one of the fireballs I have met with courage, capability to achieve accomplishments and she took my breath away in that lecture she give us in Sjálfsbjörg the National Association of Physically disabled in Iceland“. 2009 – by – Kolbrún Stefánsdóttir, headmaster at Sjálfsbjörg the […]

trabant

The trabant

Today the Trabant is in some cases, trendy or cult for collectors to buy. Some think of the car as a joke. But I assure you the people in former GDR waiting for a new car up to ten years did not think of it as a joke. Due to the […]

Iguazu

Iguazú

Iguazú Falls, or in Portuguese: Cataratas do Iguaçu and Spanish: Cataratas del Iguazú are easily reached from either side of the Argentine–Brazilian border, as well as from nearby Paraguay. Accessibility with a wheelchair is top notch..!! The falls are nestled in between Brazil and Argentina in a large […]

Christmas 1994 - Sydney

Being away for Christmas

    Being away for the holidays when you’re traveling is for some people very difficult. Especially during Christmas. Despite of all the years my husband and I have been traveling, we have only been away for four Christmases. Before I met my husband, I were traveling in […]

Upington

Flying high

  First of all I want to apologize to you dear reader and follower of Globetrotter in a Wheelchair. For the past weeks I have made my Sunday SnapShots and not much else. At least not as much I would like to. The reason for that is that I’m suffering from […]

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Ramboll

At a Management Consulting course at Ramboll:

“Kirsten knows how to fly with her wings clipped.”

Reykjavik, Iceland

– Kolbrún Stefánsdóttir

“Kirsten K. is one of the fireballs I have met with courage, (more…)

KunstAvisen

Kirsten-Marie Hedeland

“The Journey continuous on The Canvas”
— about Kirsten K. Kester and her picturesque travel-universe. (more…)

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