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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Travel Photo - Just walking with my camel

Travel Photo - Just walking with my camel

This man walking with his baby camel in the middle of town was such a cute situation, and I loved the fact that he carried the big sack himself! Those two just caught my heart, and luckily I was sitti[...]
Photo Essay - Mountains and fjords in Norway

Photo Essay - Mountains and fjords in Norway

Last weekend I spent in my hometown Ålesund, combining a weekend with my family with a job meeting the two following days. I had some great outdoor trips these days, and I will share some of the wonde[...]
Vegetarian phrases Italian

Vegetarian phrases Italian

Italian is a Romanic language which is the official language of Italy and parts of Switzerland. According to Statistics by EU it is the mother tongue of about 65 million people, and about 29% of the[...]
Sweet potato soup with Thai twist

Sweet potato soup with Thai twist

Have you ever tried to sweet potato soup with lemongrass and coconut milk? If you haven´t, it´s about time you try. This recipe combines sweet potato with traditional Thai ingredients. It is autumn[...]
Feeding the world, caring for the earth

Feeding the world, caring for the earth

The theme of the World Food Day 2014 is family farming with the slogan “feeding the world, caring for the earth”, to draw the attention to the importance of small scale agriculture as a contributor to[...]
Where to eat: Abo Aya – Hurghada, Egypt

Where to eat: Abo Aya – Hurghada, Egypt

One of my favorite foods is falafel, especially the fresh one that you get on the street stalls and local restaurants in many countries. Spicy, soft and with a crisp crust, served with some salad and [...]