Travel Photo – Bicycling in Soweto

If you want a feel of the history of South Africa, Soweto may be one of the areas you should visit. I went there for a bike ride, and had an interesting time with my guide Nkululeko. Soweto is one of the townships in Johannesburg, and was a township built to house black people who […]

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Adventures ahead: South Africa, TBU Conference and Vegetarian Festival in Bristol

May will be a busy and great month! Already months ago I planned to attend the TBU Conference in Rotterdam and the VegFest in Bristol – and a week ago I got the confirmation for a blog trip to South Africa, and I´m leaving today! South Africa Since the first time I visited Kenya in […]

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Travel Photo – Mongolia in a nutshell

Mongolia is country number one on the list of the least densely populated countries in the world. The Gobi desert is gold and dead for miles and miles, I know because I´ve driven a car from the western side all the way to Ulaanbaatar – and we were driving for hours without any sign of […]

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Welcoming the spring on the feast of San Giorgio

San Giorgio is the patron saint of the farm workers, and the feast of San Giorgio is celebrated the 23rd April every year. This feast is celebrated in several Christian countries in different ways – and last year I took part of a celebration in Torgiano in Italy.

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Travel Photo – Ile de Gorée

While I stayed in Dakar I made a two night trip out to the beautiful and colorful Ile de Gorée just outside the city, it is just a 20 minute boat ride. Most people go here for a day trip, but I would really recommend to spend a few nights here if you like a […]

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Chocolate orange French macarons

The art of French macrons is all about using Italian meringue and to dry them properly before baking. While traditional meringue is made from egg white and sugar (sometimes also salt and lemon), the Italian meringue is made from egg white and sugar syrup. It gives you a stable meringue which will never fall apart. […]

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Lentil pâté

Lentils, especially the red lentils, which is boiled in just 10 minutes, is great food if you travel and want to cook – but have limited kithcen facilities. Lentils can be used for a lot of different things – soups, stews, salads, burgers and also for lentil pâté. Cooking on the road – a series […]

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Travel Photo – Washing machine in the Gobi desert

When you drive through the unspoiled and dry land of the Gobi desert in Mongolia and only spot horses and a few gers now and then, you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. Then all of a sudden you reach a small village, and that is not the only surprise: we had […]

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Mongolia Rally Diary – Isfahan

After some lovely days in Teheran we continued south in Iran to Isfahan, a town known to be the most beautiful in Iran. It is known for its great architecture of buildings and bridges, and it used to be the capital of the Persian Empire.

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Where to eat: Meya Meya – London, England

I have an Egyptian friend in London who showed be one of the hidden gems of the city – a restaurant serving authentic Egyptian food in the heart of London. That´s one of the treasures of having friends popped out all over the world – you get the insider tips and the very best guide! […]

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