Hello! I´m Elin and my mission is to inspire you to go travel! I believe the best way to travel is to challenge the cult of speed – see and live, not just look. Don´t forget to go green, and go slow. I´m a web content editor in science literature by day, world traveler by heart. My passion for travel, a green life style and vegetarian food inspire me to share my rambling around the world with you, to inspire you and give you practical tips on how to explore the world in a concious way. Read my full bio.

 

 

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Friedrichshain Berlin – the local and vegan way

Friedrichshain Berlin – the local and vegan way

Joining Maja for a vegan food tour in Berlin was a great experience – not only does she show you the most delicious places to eat, she also shares her love for the city and its history. To be honest,[...]
How to explore Oslo on a budget

How to explore Oslo on a budget

Norway is known to be an expensive country for tourists and travelers – but it is possible to have fun here on a low budget as well. As an inhabitant of Oslo the last 15 years, I will give you a few i[...]
Travel Photo – Montserrat

Travel Photo – Montserrat

I recently visited Spain, and the highlight of my trip was the time I spent in Montserrat, a mountain situated near Barcelona. The winding roads up the mountain led us to the Benedictine abbey Santa M[...]
Top five foodie travel moments from the African continent

Top five foodie travel moments from the African continent

Last Wednesday I joined the Twitter chat #AfriTravel, and the subject for the chat was African cuisine. It is my absolute favourite travel topic, and it brought back many nice memories from my travels[...]
Loving Hut – Oslo, Norway

Loving Hut – Oslo, Norway

Peace starts on your plate is the message from Loving Hut Oslo. This vegan food chain has grown international, and despite they are most popular in Asia, they have branches in most continents (there i[...]
Support #JustOneRhino – and WIN great prizes

Support #JustOneRhino – and WIN great prizes

Did you know that already three weeks into 2015, 49 rhinos were poached in South-Africa? Their horn is currently valued at $65 000 per kg! In an interview with Dereck Joubert from Rhinos Without Borde[...]