There is nothing better than a good fika (= coffee with cinnamon buns) for a Swede on a weekend. I had been recommended Blåbär by a friend and so finally went to check it out. It markets itself as a Nordic lifestyle place and it really does feel like home! You can have breakfast, brunch…
There is nothing better than the magic light in the morning, especially over water. Add some palm trees and a good take away coffee and you have yourself the perfect moment.
If I could choose anywhere to live in the world I would move into The Four Seasons Hotel in Doha. It really does feel like my home away from home.
I found these four photos and they reminded me that I’m clearly drawn to colour when I travel. I find lots of colour rather inspiring and its definetley something I look out for when I’m out and about.
Black and white photography in Prague, Czech Republic.
Chocolate shopping at Demel in Vienna, Austria.
Dubai really is a diet version of the Middle Eastern Gulf countries. Dubai is great for a holiday, but it is like Las Vegas rather than a traditional Middle Eastern culture reflection. But, we all have to start somewhere so here is my tourist guide to “Dubai, Middle East light”.
Dublin is small enough to make you feel at home, but big enough to easily keep you entertained for a weekend. It is therefore the perfect city break when you are out of annual leave days, but still would like a change of scenery.
The Swedes are forward thinking and the work structure (flat and always encouraging team decisions) allows the best ideas to be curated and then actioned. Here are three really cool things happening in Stockholm right now.
Everyone is fascinated by Scandinavian minimalistic design and fashion. This is a guide to shopping in Stockholm if you only have a weekend in the city.
Brighton, England, is not as sleepy as its seaside town neighbors and has still got some of its chic charm left. The town is easily reachable by car or train from London.
Everyone wants a good deal on flights and hotels, so use these methods next time you book! Never pay full price for something you can get at a reduced price.