Blogging break, life and new adventures

For a few months now, I have needed to take a break from blogging. It was a difficult decision I made this summer, after struggling with writing for months. I see now that it was the best decision I could have made at that moment; a few months without thinking about writing, blog posts and […]

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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, it is not often I choose to join a tour or a group when I […]

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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 insider tips! This travel guide to Oslo contains some of my favorite places, […]

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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 Maria de Montserrat, where we spent some time in peace, soaking up the ambience from the sacred place and the […]

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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, and gave me inspiration and tips from others to keep exploring. With so many foodie memories fresh in mind, here is […]

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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 is still none in Africa to my knowledge). I visited one of them when I traveled in Mongolia a few years […]

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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 Borders by Green Global Travel, it is stated that poaching of Rhinos for their horn have reached catastrophic levels, and one Rhino […]

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A vegetarian Sunday brunch in photos

There is only one thing I love more than a lazy Sunday – a lazy Sunday with friends and delicious food! In an attempt of shaking myself out of the winter laziness I invited some friends over for a Sunday brunch, and we had some lovely hours enjoying  good company and food from different cuisines. […]

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Photo Essay – War dance in Ghana

The most fascinating part about travel is to experience how people from different cultures live, and it is a great honor to be invited to special occasions and rituals in other cultures. Make sure not to miss the videos of the war dance in the end of the post! When I was living in Bolgatanga, […]

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Happy New Year and recap of 2014

I hope all of you have had a great start of the New Year. I celebrated the New Year in Ghana, where I was also celebrating last year. Between the two celebrations, a lot has happened though, and it has been a good and exciting year for me with lots of changes. The first five […]

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