Early Mornings in Paris

One of the things I love most about Paris is when I can have the city all to myself. It is a very rare privilege to get to wander the streets of – probably – the most beautiful city in the world, and have all the iconic monuments and picturesque surroundings to yourself. This time, however, I agreed to share it all with one of my oldest friends, Jonas, who’s also...

Postcard from Paris

It’s indescribably good to be back in Paris, and the city is treating me better than ever. It’s not too busy (considering the summer holiday tourists and Tour de France), and I’ve been seeing lots of friends, drinking tons of coffee, and just strolling the picturesque streets of Paris. I’ve been walking about 15 km each day so far, so definitely getting my daily workouts! Friday morning and this (Sunday)...

Sur les Toits de Paris

Mais oui! You guessed right – I’ve arrived in Paris. As you might have also guessed from above and below photos, I’m staying in a typical parisian studio with a beautiful view of the Paris rooftops. I’ll most certainly consume beaucoup de glasses of red wine and cups of coffee on my cute, little balcony while I’m here. Catch up with ya later! X Dansk: Mais oui! Du gættede rigtigt –...

Vegan Open Sandwiches in Copenhagen

This post is sponsored. I visited The Organic Lab back when it had almost just opened last year, and a couple of days ago I came back to taste their smørrebrød (aka. danish open sandwiches) – vegan style of course! I love, love, love smørrebrød, and was super excited to taste The Organic Lab’s take on the danish classic. I had one with avocado, blueberries and pickled red onions, and one with potato...

Rome City Guide

Rome is one of the most charming cities I’ve been to. Old, historical, vibrant, young, magical. Absolutely magical. However, Rome being one of the most popular cities amongst tourists worldwide, houses an awful lot of tourist traps to watch out for – if you’re looking to discover the real Rome, that is. And trust me, the real Rome is a lot better than the tourist-trap one. So here are a couple...