Stressfri Hotelbooking (og Rabat til jer)

Indlægget er sponsoreret af Booking.com. Når nu man rejser så meget som jeg gør (ca. 2 gange om måneden), lærer man hurtigt, hvordan man gør livet nemmere for sig selv, så man så vidt muligt undgår uforudsete komplikationer og hovedpiner. Jeg er sikker på at både folk, der rejser ligeså meget, mere eller mindre end jeg gør, er enige i at det der med at rejse kan være en kompliceret proces. Særligt...

Slow Living on Kos

Slow Living on Kos I must – once again – apologize for being such a terrible blogger these days. I’m back; recharged and ready for more adventures! It’s been a hectic past couple of weeks, but last week I spent 5 days on Kos, surrounded by fellow creatives and travellers and in beautiful (and hot!) surroundings, which was exactly what I was in need of. Just when people were starting to...

5 Travel Reads of The Month

Apologies for yet another belated travel reads post. Now, (at last) here’s a couple of reads to get you set for the weekend: 1. Advice on how to take good travel photos from adventure photographer Jimmy Chin: http://nyti.ms/2wPgkLG 2. Five places to learn to make gelato in Italy (yum): http://nyti.ms/2xSoX63 3. The best cities to visit in the world right now: http://bit.ly/2cWCMu0 4. Travel shows to watch on Netflix right now: http://bit.ly/2wPU6sO 5. What flying was...

Summer Recap

Yesterday marked the end of summer, and the beginning of my favorite season: fall. Now, my summer has been full of extraordinary experiences and first-time visits. In early summer I went to the island of Madeira with my sister to see some whales, eat some delicious foods and drink lots of Madeira wine: A few weeks later I went on a little weekend spa-trip in Sweden with a friend of mine: And not long...

New York City Guide

New York is one of those cities, like Paris or Rome, that I get absolutely high on. The atmosphere, the people, the diversity. And, of course, all those places I’ve seen a million times in films and TV shows. It’s packed with amazing coffeeshops, restaurants and things to see/do, and I don’t think I’ll ever feel like I’ve seen/tasted everything there is to see/taste in the city = always a reason to go back! I...

Travel Essentials

1/ This lint roller from Flint is not only compact (and perfect for any traveler!), it also doesn’t stick to things it shouldn’t – you simply place the roller inside of its (fancy-looking, I might add) cover, et voila! 2/ These magic face wipes cleanse, exfoliate, soothe and hydrate your skin and are packed with ingredients such as Aloe Vera and green tea. Perfect when on the go – especially when flying, as your...

Democratic Coffee (and The Best Croissant in Copenhagen)

Democratic Coffee is where you’ll find me once or twice a week when I’m not traveling. It’s my favorite workspace and coffeeshop in Copenhagen. I usually come here quite early in the morning – before the library-visitors (Democratic Coffee is connected to the public library, which is quite convenient). When I arrive I smell the croissants being prepared, and often there’s this old man playing the piano for half an hour around...

Travel Chic – and Comfortable

Sponsored links/reklamelinks: 1/ Cropped loose fit pants from Zara 2/ Stripy shirt from Zara 3/ Wireless headphones from Marshall 4/ Modern Calligraphy Workshop book by Imogen Owens.

My First Coffee: Introduction

I was recently in Paris working on a major piece about specialty coffee in the french capital. When it comes to specialty coffee – something I’m quite passionate about, as you’ll know if you’ve read my blog, followed my Instagram or simply know me – Paris holds a special place in my heart. Why? Because Paris was where I first started to actually like coffee. A friend of mine took me...

Sonny: Coffee and French Vibes in Copenhagen

It was about time I payed Sonny a visit. I’ve literally wanted to go since they first teased the opening back in February. Oh well, better late than never! And boy was I happy that I finally went! I had just returned home from Paris where I’d spent most of my waking hours in coffeeshops – including Coutume café, where David, the owner of Sonny, apparently used to pull espresso...

Guide: Specialty Coffeeshops in Paris

Specialty Coffeeshops in Paris Today there are well over a hundred specialty coffeeshops in Paris. There wasn’t when I first lived in the city back in 2012. I’ve followed the specialty coffee scene in Paris rather closely since I was first introduced to La Caféothèque by a friend when I lived in Paris a couple of years ago. It’s one of my favorite coffee scenes, along with the ones in Berlin...