Tired of the continuous stream of people, the steel skyscrapers and the huge shopping centres? Do you feel the need to connect to nature again after having spent some time in the busy metropolis that is Hong Kong? I’ve got some news for you!… Continue reading
“I promise, if you are still hungry after this, you can ask my boss for a refund” says Jacky. Together with 8 other food enthusiasts, I decided to join a Hong Kong food tour with Eating Adventures.
I could do with some insight to be honest, so far I haven’t dared to venture further than wonton noodles and dumplings and, as tasty as they might be, I am looking forward to having a local show me around the vast array of food to try in Hong Kong.… Continue reading
Tel Aviv: to some people the name is synonym with wild nightlife and trendy clubs. Others still associate the place with the conflict of the Middle East… To me, it’s a place I had been dying to see for a very long time!… Continue reading
“We have three major rules here: “no pictures, no running and HAVE FUN!”
I am standing at the entrance of Pusher street, the main thoroughfare of Freetown Christiania and talking is Nina, a 60+ year old woman and one of the first inhabitants of this alternative neighbourhood in Copenhagen.… Continue reading
“Where is everyone?” It is 3pm, Friday afternoon in Faro and I am standing in the main square – Largo da Sé. The square is nearly empty and I have the Cathedral and the blossoming orange trees all to myself…
Strange, since this is supposed to be the main tourist attraction of Faro…
It reminds me of the coastal city of Málaga in southern Spain.… Continue reading
The cafés of “Le Petit Socco” are buzzing as I enjoy my last glass of mint tea. I don’t want to leave Tangier, the city grabbed me from the moment I arrived! Is it its international past with its history of spies and brothels?… Continue reading
The true charm of Marrakech lies inside the medina: a place of endless souks, historical palaces and the famous Djema el Fna square. But Marrakech is also one of Morocco’s most modern cities, home to a yearly international film festival, as well as an arts festival.… Continue reading
“ I hope you are hungry?” Youssef asks me. We meet on the main square, Djemaa el Fna, where, together with 8 other food enthusiasts, I’ll be going on an evening food tour with Marrakech food tours. I’m really looking forward to this; in Europe the knowledge and offerings of Moroccan food is very often limited to tajine and couscous, so I’m curious what lesser known delicacies await us!… Continue reading
Moussaka, slouvaki, Greek salad, … is this what comes to mind when you think of Greek food? Think again! Even if there’s a lot of chance that you will come across these on your trip to Greece, the Greek cuisine is so much more varied than this!… Continue reading
When my friend and Copenhagen-resident Mariel asked me what I wanted to see in the city, I answered: “Anything really, apart from Tivoli and The Little Mermaid”.
Of course I wanted to wander along the oh-so-famous canals and I was definitely curious to check out Copenhagen’s alternative community Christiania, but I was also interested in the “everyday life”.… Continue reading