On a particularly cold morning my mother asked a friendly Swedish man, (who was part of the team who organized our stand at the tourism trade fair), how they manage to keep warm in this dreadful weather, and he simply replied, “with warm hearts”. Advertisements
There is a street I stumbled upon during one of the free days I had wandering Gothenburg. A series of back street alleyways, that stretch out for miles, filled with small, individualistic stores and cafes, ranging from tea and spice shops, antique stalls, café’s with benches and blankets out. A total hipsters paradise! I was … More Magical Haga
It may be Sweden’s 2nd largest city, but it sure doesn’t feel like it! The lazy (more like icy during the time I was there) Göte channel meanders through the city, cobblestone streets with rows of old buildings and narrow side alleys in-between, winding and intriguing, beckoning you in, the roads covered with the zig … More Big City WIth A Small Town Charm
Packing for a long journey is never easy. To be able to pack everything you might possibly need for any possible situation (sometimes those little hotel shampoo’s and soaps just wont do, especially when you’ll be weeks away from the comforts of home) and still be within the luggage check-in weight limit, (especially when traveling … More Laundromat Drama
Walking through the streets of Berlin for the first time, I can instantly feel that it is a place of great history. Old, refurbished buildings loom over the wide, clean, stone paved streets, casting shadows reminiscent of a time when this city used to be the center stage for a lot of events in German … More A Slice Of Berlin
My trip to Europe could not have come at a better time! Two months back at home, after the excitement of graduation; cabin fever had already started to sink in. I’m not used to the routine homebound lifestyle I’ve had to recently adjust to, even after starting work, the desire to wander was starting to … More Hello Europe!