Happy Easter!

Easter is here again, and many have already started their Easter trips. We’re starting our tomorrow. We’re still open Cachetur.no will of course remain open! So you can continue to plan your trips or use cachetur.no on your ongoing trips. But with limited support on the more difficult cases From Read more…

We’re still growing!

We haven’t done too much development during the last two months, but cachetur.no has continued to grow in other ways. New language and new ambassadors Cachetur.no is now available in Danish! And we have expanded the ambassador team with two Danish ambassadors, , Fam-SC and Team – luf123. Welcome! We would Read more…

Contribution campaign

Cachetur.no is funded by a minority of our users, and that’s why we can manage without ads or membership fees. We are now trying to run a information campaign, which will last one week from midnight March 1st (Central European Time). All users will see a information banner. Users that Read more…

Black Friday

…just like any other day of the year 😀 Black Friday all year long! In Norway, more and more shops have what they call “Black Friday the whole week”, even though a week only have one Friday in it. We do it better, we keep the same great price all Read more…

We are ready for you!

We did not expect to be ready this quick, but cachetur.no (you may use cacheplanner.com if that’s easier for you to remember 😉 ) is now ready for international use! The site itself is fully translated (proofreading and polishing is ongoing), and fully usable in English. We would like to Read more…

Hello World!

This is the first blog post we do in English. And if everything goes well, it won’t be the last! Cachetur.no is being translated! We are currently working on making cachetur.no ready for translation. Our volunteer translators are working in parallell, translating whatever’s ready for translation. Some tings will look Read more…