Welcome to Your Unexpected Travel Inspiration

I travelled the world for four years.

And I can inspire you to do the same.

I share with you my unexpected adventures around the world. Fun, Inspiring, Bizarre, Lad.

Prepare to come with me…

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Latest Blog Posts

Handsome Travel Blogger at Helsingor, Denmark

  Did you know that at Helsingor, right at the northern tip of Zealand island, you can see two countries at once? I’m not kidding you. First off, wherever you are, you’re standing on a country so this time around it is Denmark. But across the strait... read more

10 Hilarious Reasons Why You Should Visit Copenhagen

‘Do you think I can become the Queen of Denmark to live in an Amalienborg Palace here please?’  My tour guide looked back at me, bemused, at the gasping wondrous comment I made. I grinned and looked around again at the centrepiece of Copenhagen where the... read more

Copenhagen is the happiest capital in the world?

Did you know Denmark is the happiest country in the world? That’s according to the United Nations World Happiness Report and I was very intrigued to find out why for myself. So, the week before Easter, when Spring started to make its presence known (warm weather... read more

Richmond Park: Europe’s Biggest Urban Park

‘So. that was the right bus to Richmond Park…’ I scratched my head looking at the departing bus from our Wimbledon bus stop and looked, with a big grin, at my friend who glared back. We had been waiting at the bus stop for a while that Sunday morning... read more

About Me

Ed Rex

Ed Rex

Travel Editor

Hello, I’m Ed and welcome to RexyEdventures.com!

Jacking in my corporate job in 2011, I went on a Round the World Trip and I had never stopped travelling since. From then, I started a travel blog, Rexy Edventures, that chronicles the  ‘Adventures of a Deaf and Handsome Luxury Backpacker Travelling the Unexpected.’

Find out more about me here: Ed Rex

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