Sightseer

Paris in 24 hours

Thursday someone said “You know; you can go to London, have a beer and go back home on the same day?!”Friday I started thinking, and in the end of the day I’d bought a ticket and booked a hotel room in Paris for Saturday. Saturday morning – or in the middle of the night – […]

Reykjavik

Saturday November 25th about 10 am I suddenly felt like going to Reykjavik, for no apparent reason. I just needed to go. Now! Unfortunately the flight from Copenhagen leaves at 11.45, and there was no way I could get from Malmö to Copenhagen that fast. So I had to shoot it up to Sunday, which […]

Stockholm

Sail and stroll for days and days, and never get tired of the sights and the endless variations. Stockholm is a two million strong big city spread out on 500 small islands, connected by bridges and small ferries. Each island has its own vibe and charm. Recommendations

Hamburg

After lemming the trend going to super hyped Berlin you will discover that Hamburg is actually the place to go, in Germany. The city center is shaped around the great lake Alster, with several out door serving offers giving you a stress release, looking at the sail boats and cycling boats. There are plenty of […]

Georgetown Penang

Georgetown is located on Penang Island (Pulau Pinang) in Malaysia, but cities by that name can be found in every country ever occupied by the British… This Georgetown, however, really stands out. The ethnic minorities have developed cultures completely unique to the island, and the different religious and cultural festivals are out of this world. […]

Copenhagen

Copenhagen has been a rather insignificant northern European mid size city until recently, attracting only cruise ship pensioners doomed to be disappointed with the Little Mermaid. (“Little” is actually in the name, dumbfuck!) But these last few years the city has exploded with new weird bicycle bridges, interesting street food markets, alternative guided tours, museums […]

Lund

Lund used to be the capitol of Denmark, but the bastards moved the entire city to Sweden in the end of a war. Lund is a cozy and sleepy little town in the southernmost part of Sweden, with a lot of culture, museums and other geeky attractions for its size, on top of a medieval […]

Malmö

Malmö is not just a suburb to Copenhagen, but a small big city in its own right. Difference is that it doesn’t take forever to get from one place to the next. Recommendations

Bangkok

Bangkok is probably the best place in the world to get lost. The real name of the city is Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Ayuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit**, and that basically says it all: This city is large, insane, mind blowing, and endless. […]

Helsingør (Elsinore)

I can’t praise Helsingør enough, and find pleasure in thinking back on the years I had the fortune to live there. If you ask a child to make a toy city they will squeeze all the good stuff into a tiny space, and leave out all the boring stuff, like living, industry and shopping malls. […]