Travel Photo – Musicians in Mali

Mali is a country so rich on musical culture. When you visit the country, be rest assured you will be able to see a concert with one of the talented musicians in the country while in Bamako. Make sure you also follow the sound of any music instrument when you walk in the streets! I […]

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Where to stay – Jumbo Stay (Stockholm, Sweden – 2013)

I had a “flying start” of my trip to Ghana, sleeping in a Jumbo Jet! I was quite excited about this special accommodation, and loved the original idea. Jumbo Stay is a hostel built inside an old Jumbo Jet – including rooms, bathrooms and a restaurant. Arriving I was welcomed by a smiling receptionist, late […]

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Ghanaian recipe: groundnut soup

Groundnut soup is common to find in every chop bar in Ghana, but unfortunately all soups are cooked with meat or fish. To eat great veggie groundnut soup I go to either to Asaase Pa or Rising Phoenix in Accra – or I cook it myself! Just a few weeks ago I got the chance […]

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Adventure junkies climbing Mount Afadjato

Most times when I travel I enjoy the flexibility of being a solo traveler – you make your own plans, and you can change the plan last minute if you feel like. However, sometimes I love to join a group to hook up with other people – but I´m careful when I choose the operators […]

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Travel Photo – Baboon in Mole NP

I visited Mole National Park in northern Ghana last week, and had this baboon trying to visit my room. The baboons were patrolling the veranda of the rooms looking for a possibility to sneak some crackers from hungry visitors – and when you were inside the room they were even knocking the door and glimpsing […]

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Travel Photo – Festival au Desert

The ambience of the desert festival is one of the most amazing things I have experienced – the magic of the desert combined with the rhythms of music and the experience of the Tuareg culture. Unfortunately Festival au Desert has been in exile for a few years now because of the situation in northern Mali […]

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Photo Essay: Chale Wote

Last weekend I visited the Chale Wote street art festival in the streets of James Town, between the Usher Fort and the Light House. This was the third year the festival is on, and the first time the festival had a two days program. Chale Wote means “Man, let´s go!”, or it may also be […]

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A six course vegetarian meal in Stadscafé de Waagh

Some meals are stuck in your memory forever – this six course vegetarian meal in de Waagh in Nijmegen is one of the meals which is still on my mind! In the stylish, but still cozy restaurant, a group of bloggers were delighted over this gourmet meal – the two young trainee chefs who ruled […]

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Travel Photo – Black Market in Durban

Victoria Street Market is a lively market where you can buy anything from clothing, jewelry, souvenirs and off course spices. The market itself is nothing special actually, but a good place to stock up on spices. However, if you pass the bridge over to the black market it is all of a sudden a totally […]

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10 things to do in Bristol

Check out if there are any festivals during your visit Bristol is buzzing with different festivals all the time – when I visited in May I visited the Vegetarian Festival and the Graffiti Festival. It was also at least three other festivals in town at the same time! Check the festival program to see if […]

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